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ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

Dec. 22, i960 



Dear Peter and Enne: 

Enclosed are two dollars — and that's no truffling matter. 
Also: merry Christmas. I played the 3tan ^^^^J^^S recording o. 
Green Christmas to my senior English class. All tiie students founa 
it amusing, save the daughter of a local busmessman. 

Aside from teaching, cold weather and the sale of wild rice 
Christmas packages there is nothing nev; here. Paul's rabbits 
are neuiotito -- they bopulate with vigor, but not a damn thing 
happens! oJ^e in a while there is a litter, just often enough to 
maklit a certainty that the bück is not impotent. OthervJise they 
?as? enjoy Semselves. Birth control? It's sad v.hen even r^bbits 
assume human characteristics. 

Nancv enlovs her school work. 3he is an honor Student -- a re- 
f e^enclnot to her character but to the grades she gets for school 
Srk? T^e boys are busier than ever. Derek is in so many activi- 
t?es it takes an office st.ff to keep everything o^<i«^ • ^f ^udent 
Council dramatics, 4-H treasurer, boy scouts (heaven help little 
old ladieB crossing the street if they don't move fast enough), 
libra^y Sub, etc. Paul keeps busy, too, and is grov/ing so fast 
that I don't dare take my eyes away for fear he will put an 
another two inches during the lapse. Smithy is shaping up well 
these days — he bought a car, but sold it again shortly after, 
sadder but wiser in the knowledge that it costs money Jo driye. 
He is a better driver than he was last summer (heaven help littie 
old ladies crossing the street if they don't move fast enough), 
and I have come to the hopeful conclusion that he may be a pretty 
nice Person. Some day. Gigi is her usual, ebullient seif and 
Ullis with vira, vigor and vitality all day. I went deer huntmg 
and bagged several hunters, two game wardens and a pure-bred 
Jersey cow. I missed the deer. 

One morning during deer season I took the canoe down-river in 
tSe early J^wilight. The mist was rising (it ^^f ^ery cold) 
just 33 a great gold ball of sun emerged — and for/ifteen 
minutes the freezing world in ray Vision was bathed in .-old. 



I like teaching at Caas Lake. The town is poor, or course — 
it has been chronically depressed for oyer a G^^^^^JJ^'^» °^%„^ 
sees malnutrition, vitamin defieiency ulcers, hardship; the town 
r:minds one of th4 Tabacco Road of the «orth But the teaching 
Situation is stimulating and rewarding, especially since .he 
school SSard pays us regularly (even though we receive bank 
drafts not pay checks, against a balance it xS hoped will some 
day coAe to ?oost in that%enerable institution; 1 do my banking 
in Bemidji, as a conseciuence) • 

The little boy I tutored last summer has made a fine a^^^ftment to 
schooi ii Bemidji, but the girl from Detroit is still having diMicultx^. 



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My parents are Coming up for Christmas. Nancy and I ta/üI drive 
them back to Minneapolis, then spend a few days a deux doing 
things that are uplifting. I even hope to get a little writing 
done this Christmas, after we get through uplifting. 

Deck the halls v^ith advertising, etc. 




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Dear Peter and Enne: 

Enclosed are some snapshots of our place now; the house, as seen 
from the back through the ice-covered honeysuckle; the little gravel 
road in front of our place; the garage (formerly poultry house and 
destined to beconie also our Workshop) and the Granary, our Main Guest 
House • Last of all, our outdoor privy — and therein hangs a tale« 

This privy is the coldest one of its kinö. It is situated so that 
its back is to the north, thus giving an Illusion of shelter from the 
elements« Conditioned by bitter experience, the initiate delays his 
trip there. Vüien the demands of nature cami no longer be ignored 
one bundles up and walks, waltzes, prances out there. One enters and 
closes the door — and lol no wind, no breeze. It is comfortable and 
hope Springs eternal in the breast of man. This won*t be half bad, 
you say to yourself , as you disrobe. You then gingerly lift the 
celotex lid that has been between you and the abyss. A cold wind 
comes roaring, charging, blast ing out of the hole. All the winde 
of the northern hemisphere roll into one and funnel out through that 
small aperture. They whisk and gambol between your unprotected legs. 
They inflict unspeakable indignities to you. They are streng winde, 
believe me, and they set one 's cheeks to Chattering, ^uickly you 
clamp dovm the lid and pull on your clothes. You dash back to the 
warmth of the house when you remember — godammit, you forgot to do 
what you intended to in the f irst place. 

I am proud to inform you, therefore, that we have succMeded in 
obtaining and installing indoor plumbing, as well as hot ^ cold 
running water. This is a real accomplishment , believe me. and a 
few alterations were called for before I could Claim victory. At 
first the shower turned on whenever anyone opened the back door. 
This was inconvenient for the cat, who liked the sleep there. 
Then the flush mechanism on the teilet acted up — and v;hen you 
pushed the lever, the kitchen sink filled with hot water. But all 
is well now because we have learned the Slam the door hard and plunge 
into the shower »ery well, and we have cut a convenient hole through 
the wall so we can fill the sink by pushin^ the lever whenever we need 
to. 

Seriously, we are remarkably coxafor table and got much more done since 
last *^une than we anticipated. We enjoy our neighbors and the clcse 
family relationship. I worked in Wisconsin for one month. doing 
Publicity during the redent (and phenominally sucoessful) political 
campaign — but was so homesick that I couldn't wait to get baßk. 

Nancy was one of two delegates from our Farmers Union local to the 
statewide Convention in Minneapolis recently. 3he came back with 
laryngitis and a million things to talk about — what a predicament. 
The Co-op movement in the State is very strong, a multi-million dollar 
business. with a giant Wholesale co-op to supply the consumer organiza- 
tions. In addition, the Farmers Union has a very large grain terminal 
and other facilities — in all, a much larger Organization than one 
initially assumes. V/e are being pounced upon as "new blood*' by the 
local farmers union and DFL, but are restricting our activity to 
the FU and trying to learn a bit. 

(over ) 



There is a local weekly here In need of an editor and manager (for the 
Job süop), which one mlght consider, especially since the Fü is anxious 
to have aggressive editorsliip in the paper — which is privately owned 
but sympathetic. I would much prefer to seil Short stories and articles 
and am working on a non-fiction piece at the moment taking a look at ' 
the governmenfs Indian policies and how they are working out. 

Went deer hunting this year — for the first tiine — but did not have 
much luck. Gk>t one quarter of one, result of teaming up with some 
neighbors who got one bück, so we have been enjoying a fev/ venison 
roasts 8c stews. Also had some snowshoe rabbit, Twhich I like very 
much done up Hosenpfeffer style. 

If you have a snapshot around of the kids, we*d be anxious to see 
what they look like. Our off spring are thriving here, active in 
school and 4-H; with loads of friends. I think that Sheboygan was 
harder on them than auy of us realized. 



Drop US a line. As ever, 




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Lay 9, 1958 




Dear Peter und iijnne: 

I v^asnH hurtin,-;^ a fly 
listening to Yivaldi's 
füll of burstinß promis 
his riute practiciriti — 
I closod the door to ixi 
turned lay dismpted att 
droiTis and becan his pra 
fartliest corner, and th 
floor — oov/erins is luo 
and retreating from the 



toniclit; sitting in self-contained rapture, 

"oeasons,^^ It was Suimiier — poignant, lush, 

e, ouddenly came the onslaught, Paul began 

discordant tootles of a penetrating pitch. 



room. closed my left ear. t-nd onoe 



again 



ention to Vivaldi. Then Derek hauled oat his 
cticing, At this point xi I ran for the 
at is vvhere you now find irie, squatting on the 
re accurate — covering my head \;ith my arms 
cruel World» 



Life is like that, so.iietimes, as you \;ill see# 



Your t endered inq_uiry about sammer plans comes at a prägnant moment, 
Lilce a pachyderm at the end of the il-^-h mai.th et gestation, we are 
about to blossem forth» VVe have bcught 200 acres in northern Minnesota, 
about 9 miles east of Bemidji, The land touches on the Ivlississippi at 
one Corner» It oontains about 25 acres of wooded groves — s ome with 
lovely, tall Norway pine. There must be about an acre of arbutus in 



There are buildings: house, barn, v;oodshed, collapsing blacksmith Shop, 
poultry house and granary, not to omit silo and milk house. The buildi^ 
ränge, in Status of repair, from lousy to horrible. .J.1 ure steeped in 
a thick mattress of filth and debris. 



Idings 



Ensconced in the 200 acres, however, uro li snall l.ikes (the 1 vhole one 
is n^med, for the moi.ient, "LcGil^icuddy^s Tool.'^ There is substantial 
Wildlife — many deer, fox, muskrat. In the v/inter there are wolves — 
both the big timber and the smaller variety. The bird population is 
sizeable. Red-tailed hawk are nesting in the poplars across the read 
from the house (dirt read — no paved highways anywhere near the place). 
The place is so wild and woolly, that a chipping sparrow and a kingbird 
sat in the front yard's black ash v/hiaüa I was trimming the tree with a 
pole-saw. V'/e vmere up there last week-end, puttering around. Not h^ving 
made the final payment we didn't want to start \;ork on the house. ijut v/e 
planted three trees, transplanted from a wood lot, for mother's day. 



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Two v;ere white birches — about 4 feet high. The third 

old h'orway pine. \ie also cut out about -J a >cord of scrub oak from 

the backyard, revealing an imposing stand of norv/ays. 

How can I describe the folds of the land? The miles and miles of 
highway through pine, spruce, hemlock and birch forests leading there? 
About being 2 hours drive from International J'alls and canoe country? 

But before you think we are ready to walden it, let me add a more 
practical note. .^nough Jchv^ärmerei. Under the Benson soll bank, we 
v;ill receive „10 per acre for ten years for every cultivated -ocre taken 
out of production. This amounts to about ÖO - 100 acres, providing we 
plant trees. There is an additional subsidy, covering the cost of 
seedlings L cost of planting them. 



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of the farm on a more sane and sensible basis. 



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can now, legitimately, prove that we are not crazy by showing that 




our initial Investment (v:j,400 including all acquisition costs) \;ill be 
covered by the soll bank over a pericd of years (at 80 acres, ^8,000 over 
ten years). Is it any wonder the big Operators bouglit farms and took 
them out of production, thus making a killing? liow stränge and wonderful 
this vorld is. \,e cormit larceny upon ourselves to rrove we are 
level-headed, white-blooded businessmen — and it's all a 'cover* for 
getting what you wqnt. 



..hether this will be possible, or 
e plan to spend the summer there 



liiVentually we want to live up there. 

feasible, irrjnediately is not clear. 

to begin fixing up, remodeling the house, etc. If necessary, Nancy and 

the boys will be able to live there, while I pursue the pay check — an 

item increasingly uncertain. 

It looks as though they want to finally wash out the Aohler strike. The 
UAV. is hard-pressed financially, there are staff cuts, economies, etc. 
V7e are fighting a last-ditch, but apparently hopeless battle to keep the 



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strike and boycott ßolng. This has lonc slnce ceased to be a strike ^ 
to Win improvements for the strikers. Rather, we are striking for pnn- 
ciple inlmical to the entire labor movement, and essential to any future 
labor relations at Köhler and oheboygan County. The handful that is left 
to carry on the fight is willing to do so, bat the luestion now appears 
as to whether the UAV/ considers that handful as expendable in the face 
of something called "recession." L.oritari salutamus. 

This raises the ^uestion of my future with the union. It seems I have 
won spurs, if that is a mark of something desirable, and stand well m 
the eyes of many people. .. l.iost of them, hov/ever, are strikers and as such 
not in a position to employ me* Even in the top echelon of the üüV;, there 
are some who consider my Services desirable. Victor Reuther^f would like 
to use me for the international labor projects he runs, etc. Mowever the 
recession bars any expansion there, at this time. Below the top echelon 
of well-kno\m names there is a fraternity that does most of the actual 
administrqtion and running of the union: the administrative assistants. 
Here v/e have the grey flannel minds of the labor movement: the well 
dressed, calculating young men who talk labor and act business; they 
wield 2t power as you would exppct from a nouveau executive» We used to 
have Organizers — now we have Organization men. This type I inevitably 
fall to please. 

V/ith my Personal future uncertain, and subject to transfer or layoff 
momentarily, we are planning — come hell or high water ~ to Start 
taking the rust off our anchor to windward. If my Job keeps on, I will 



take as 
going. 



much vacation and time off without pay as I can to get the place 



You will be v^armly received should we be able to persuade you to join 
US in Minnesota. Perhaps by the time you could come up, we will have 
taken down the sign that reads: "Be it ever so filthy, there 's no 
place like home." Your kids, too, will be welcome, V/e will have 
electricity and running water by the second week of June, but the 
mosquitoes are identical (in number and size) to those in canoe country 
so tents will have to be mosquito proof. If the rain drips in, it will 
be no Problem — we can pitch the tent in the barn. 

Can you join us in the great adventure? Please say yes and bring a 
hammer. ^»^HoihTih-ih ir^w^ipTiirTrimiri-^i'ii^ir^ Come up und visit. 

I'm sure we can get a bit of canoeing in. 



Nancy thinks I ought to teil you about some MSfiSfifi friends of 
in 3heboygan ~ Boris and Judy Blick. He is in the agonizing p 
finishing his Doctor's in French history, teaches at the Unlver 
tension here. If you ever leave Bowdoin for greener pastures, 
Boris can nlay musical chairs with you (not, heaven forbid, tha 
herel But^hat he go there )l He apparently had sone bum luck 
connections for a job, and plans to stay on in Jheboygan this y 
will be looking even more desperately for next year to provide 
breaks. 



ours here 
rocess of 
sity I^- 
perhaps 
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in making 
ear . but 



some 




May 13. Cot all sapped last night and quit wrlting. V.ent for a walk 
down to the lake with Nancy, and we watched the first coal boats of 
the season pull in. So did a few hundred others. ^e coiamented to each 
other that it is small wonder the Kohler clayboats set off a riot when 
even an ordinary coal boat can draw, without any ballyhoo, a couple 
hundred peonle. Just tense up the Situation, dump the Kohler works 
manager -- a thoroughly hated and controversial person who reputedly 
triggered the 1934 shootings — into the midst of the crowd, and feangl 

V/ell to get to more i. portant things ~ the boys are getting along well. 
Growing taller, filling out, with interests and hobbies branching out 
all over the Dlace. What with taxidermy (bones, cadavers and half-pro- 
cessed items all over the house), rocks, stamps, baseball cards . . . 
\Jhen we were up in Linnesota last weckend, five boys suddenly materia- 
lized. How they knew we were there, or that we had boys their age, 
the great Lanitou only knows. Perhaps the moccasin telegraph told tales. 
'\t any rate, it took all eight of them no time flat to float an old, 
decrepit boat on I.lcCillicuddy« s Pool. Luckily our kids can swim. Derek 
is really marvelous to watch in the vmter. Paul does alright, and 
Smithy, the lazy bum, gets along huffingly. The boat looked as though 
it should come apart, but it didn't 



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Well, this brings you pretty v;ell up to date on our activities« 
Oh yes — my folks are quite unhappy about the LIinnesota venture, 
One hopes they will learn to approve it if (a) it works out and, (b) 
they come up and like it, 

I was very sorry, Pete, to learn of your father's death, I would be 
interested to know how your mother is getting along* You know, I never 
met your parents; but I lieard you speak of them often enough to have a 
feeling of acquaintanceship. 

In our mischpoche, Lary and AI are blossoining forth with their 4tii 
child in xs^Hsi June. ';/e were down to visit them not so long ago, 
and Lary asked me quite a fev/ questions about the ntrike — having read 
the Chicago Tribüne» s Version of the McGlellan hearings into itl I 
tried to answer as best I could, amid obvious lack of interest. She 
then expressed the hope that — admitting lack of knowledge, Tribüne 
blas, etc. — that I had not engaged in any of the violence, etc., or 
had instigated it, that it would certainly have been foolish of me had 
1 done 30« At moments like that I fervently wish that we had done at 
least half the things we are accused of, and that I personally had a 
hand in them. That at least would give the sätisfaction of accomplishm_entI 
iih well; one has no choice of v;ho one's relatives are, but one 
certainly can choose one 's friends — and I hope we get together soon. 




V/e*ll keep you posted of any address changes — but vorite to us 
here in Sheboygan, 7l6 N. 9th 3t., until we let you know otherwise. 




iiobert Treuer 
iioute 3 
Bemidji, ..linn. 

July ö, 19^8 



Deai? Peter and ihnae: 



Vve orten speak oT you, up here in tiie shadow of canoe 
coimtry. We have been iiere a montli now, and although 
it seexiis we are not v.iaklnß any progress v^hen one goes 
from day to day, in retrospect v;e have a ccomplishea a 
great deal, \,e \.oxk liard, but we take tinie olT i'or a 
bit Ol' visiting v;itli noighbors and l'riends* This eve 
Nancy and I took a 1 hour liike around two of our f ields, 
with a few side trips, and it was very lovely. 



The grounds are 



live 



fort 



siiaping up a bit. ..e live m some coni- 
in one of tlie buildings, have a good electric pump 
and l'iot water, all of whioli lias to be carried, and an 
outdoor privy, electric iights, cnd a sink. Mork on the 
main liouse is progressing. Tlie roof is done, the inte- 
rior \;ork underway. '-.'e are up against some real ob- 
stacies here, but ncthing insurnoimtable. 

I have been writing regularly und am about half way in 
a childrens book (9 - 12). ü'aniily pressure is on -le to 
do a chapter a day, because I read each day's doings 
aloud to Nancy and the boys, all of whom v;ant to know 
hat is /:oing to happen next. i^'rankly, sometiries I üo too. 



l.y agent has just returnea from a vacation to California. 
I entertain the hope thi^ti this vacation was possible be- 
cause he sola soraebody's stories in the past year. I 
really hope he v;ill be abie to take a longer and more luxur 
ious vacrtion next year , iiartly on coiiuiissions from 
sales of my st uff. 



I inust get b ck to ficticn nov;, and clthough this letter 
is Vvoefully inaaequate in viev; of the many doings here, 
let it serve as an appoai for a report fro:. the ^xiuann 
front. \^as gibts? 




Liay 31, 1958 



Dear Atnanns 

a Short note, because time presses« Heceived my 
layoff , as expected. Boaglit tiie farm. Lioving up 
cTune 2, Cur address from nov/ on: 

Route 3 

Bemidji, I.Iinnesota 

In case you can join us, enclosed is a map 
showing how to get to the place. 

Iio\7 are tJie Amann plans shaping up? Please 
keep US posted. 

Best of everything! 




Joptember 



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Jcliool must hav 
the second time 
vdll be 
set and 



easier ; 
tiiat ohj 



just about begun again at Bowcoin and one Jiopes that 
'-round the circuit — assu:iinG idontical courses — it 
hat lecture notes, oreparations, etc., are pretty well 



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Con 



ooncentrate luore on the tedching and savor its 



rel':. tively few pleasures to - 
and tal: "our aqnes in vain* 

j^ife here is tou^jh ollAhou.gJti vje 
Cur intricate Goiiinier v7?:catlon n 
becojMGs harder each tiiae to ret 
to Yello\v oprinG'»^ to worii as pr 
with my parents, .^11 told the 
v;ith rauch greater seif confiden 
give-and-take \^]x^ii It coiiies to 
Nancy and I took a one-week can 
(I certainly don'"-t think I wrot 
shock ^nd cha^rin ii I didli 
accountl ) • 



':reater extent. . o often think of you 



seem to cram sojv.a 
lans 'worked out t 
um froiri up north 
inter's dövil at^ 
experience \^orked 
ce, had learned la 
the knock s as \^el 
oe trip into the. 
e you about this, 
ave so offen thou 



fine mornents into it. 

erfection, and it 

• This year Jniithy went 
the Nev;s« d^ stayed 
vonders. ^le came back 
uch inöluding so.ae valuaLle 

1 as the bcosts. 
juetico v'ith Jerek, 
did I? I»ll die of 

-:iit about ßiving you an 



Paul spent the oahoe-tri 
.e drove past Grand x.xara 

•'"'^t ^ '-'"»o;;: * ''^. t Ol,, Oa na da 
x' o • ..Xi-Xj-Uiü, tiien in to 
most of them on gravel, 
It ends at *^tikokan, a n 
20,000 or more shortly d 
Until the discovery it c 
in or out was the railro 



P week with the ii^reirathers here — his choice, 
is to i?'t. ' i-illiam* Camped the first nite out 
. on. the.. iK!xÄa£m..-iü.uBr , iiiaa- .:ipo,t^ . T.hB..n^xi^.day AQ, 
the north end of the -<,uetico — soiae 145 iniles, 

The highway, 3 years pld, is being paved slowly, 
ew boom town which will grov\/ to be a city of 
ue to the newly accessible iron ore deposits. 
onsisted of 400 desolate souls, whose only way 
ad. 



\/e stopped about 30 miles Short of .vtikokan at r'rench Lake — went 
into the northern, then central part of the ^uetico through Pickerel, 
Bud, Beg, Bisk into Jturgeon and had a good look around, coxriing back 
to "Pickerel a different way. ..e had magnificent luck. Despite 2 or 3 
rainy days, we had the fortunes reserved for Ignorant fools who play 
poker the first time. The route took us through the greatest variety 
of scenery yet — everythipg fron fascinating, winding rivers to high 
cliffs, sheltered lakes, big ones, narrow ones. Cne day we had (how 
shockingly unusual!) a tail-wind. lUgged a big poncho to a high mast 
and sailed down the huge lake in three hours (it was Pickerel). ^n the 



way back, in the choppiest, most vicious wind we've ever paddled in 
against us it took us nearly a day across the 



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ame Stretch of water. 



Derek worked out fine. iie had no one to conipete with, caught a lot of 
big ßish (we finally had to restrict his fishing when it got too much 
to eat; vje caught mostly v;Qlleye and they suf f ( r too lauch from the hooks 
and usually die, no matter hov^ careful one tries to be). 

The trip really ran the gamut in variety. .^e shot some rapids, roped 
down others, got hung up, twice and I had to jorup out to shove us off the 
rocks before we swamped — excitements galore. '«e like this part of the 
„uetico even better than around Jag. Let some interesting people — an 
outfitter near Prench Lake particularly, who shares our interests and 
attitudes. Nancy and I look for^ard to a trip a deux, travelling light 
and long, to explore the Indian rock paintings, Visit the Chippewa reser- 



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vation on the Laligne. This tour vvould take about 3 weeks and take us 
through^the loveliest and most untoaclied parts of this country. \ie have 
gained in confidence and know-how. For example the trip from Gunflint 
through big and littl'e Sag, up to Frencli Lake can be negotiated in a 
comfortable, unrusiied 7 days — if one is inclined to make tliis trip, 
and we are not at this time. There are more interesting ones. 

The second week of vacation v;as spent in northern Linnesota v/ith tkncy's 
parents on Cass Lake. \-e had met Paul at the infamous Duluth greVhound 
Station after his solo fron oheboygan to Duluth. 

V/e are now on the veiige of becoming proper ty owners. You have probably 
heard us moan and groBin about tree-farming, etc. ,.ell, we are about to 
take the plunge. I spent most of the Linnesota week with forestry and 
conservation people dp there, and looked over a lot- of land. Beltrami 
County ~ one of the largest in the state ~ has lost many farm families 
(from 2,500 ten years ago down to 1,600 now). The land was always margi- 
nal for farming. It has been raped so many times by the timber people, 
and even in lush years the farmers there have had rough going. Times now 
are disastrous and some farmers literally walk off the land and leave it 
stand. The only thing that ought to be done with sgLOst of this land is to 
grow grees. V/e have our eye on an abandoned 200-acre farm near Bemidji. 
It has about 70 acres of clear (weeds nov/) pasture, the rest is natural 
forest, I2 small lakes, some marsh. One corner is on the Lississippi. 
The rolling hills, big pine and little ponds are awfudily nice. The buil- 
dings are horrible, but unfortunately in sound condltion. I say unfor- 
tunately, because that may raise the price beyond our means. At any rate, 
we'll keep you posted. 

Our idea is to put as much work into the place as v.e can — we would have 
lots of help in tree planting from the conservation people, for example. 
Eventually we want to live up there. If not on the farm itself , then 
nearby. Imagine — a tremendous concentration of bird life; all the 

canoeing,Ä swimming and fishing you wqnt in summer; skiing in the winter 

all in your own backyard. All one needs is to make a living. I'm hoping 
that over a period of years — few, I hope — writing will provide this. 
But this is truly a hope against alll hope, but one woith trying. 

The hawks up there 1 Plenty of eagle, osprey — we are to the point of 
being blase about. ..Imost, but not quite. Incidentally , the place up 
in Minnesota is almost completely ringed by the Chippewa National Forest, 
thus assuring protection against the evils of encroaching civilization. 

Meanwhile, back in Sheboygan, we kx are carrying on a lively correspondence 
to seek purchase of the farm, to learn more about the rudiments of growing 
trees, etc. 



1/Ve recently met — to change th 
operate a hawk banding Station 
even knov; about the place until 
the place is operated und er the 
these volunteers from I.ilwaukee 
nets, using live sparrows, star 
are made of the birds' weights, 
instance, vary), state of molt, 
released. It is a fescinating 
i-iichigan in a flyway bottleneck 
spring and fall. 



e subject — a group of ornithologists who 

about 12 miles from here. And we didn't 
the other day. During the heavy migrations, 
auspices of the conservo tion dept. by 
and Ladison. They trap the hawks in 

lings & pigeons as lures. Careful records 
unusual characteristics (eye colors, for 
age, etc., the birds are then banded :.nd 

place — strategically emplaced near Lake 
where many hundreds of hawks pass eqch 



Page 3 



Turning now to the other sides of life — it seems we are becoming 
Community institiutions here» The strilce goes on and on. An NLRB trial 
examiners ruling luay, or may not, come by Nov. !• If it does (and when) 
it could have some Strategie bearings on the Situation; but until then, 
we carry on. 4t the momgnt we are plagued by investigators for the IviC- 
Clellan Committee. Y^e had delusions at first 6hat this would be a boon, 
that they v;ould help uncover some of the Kohler Co's shenanigans. It has 
now turned out that they are mccarthyite henchmen of GoldwQter, Llundt and 
Curtis whose aim is to v\4iitewash Kohler and give us a black eye. They 
are trying to intimate, even, that our strike is a subversive conspiracy. 
V/e're fighting mad, and doing what we can about it. Meanwhile, we are 
continuing to push on the boycott — with relative success. 

No one knows — or can know — v;hen the break will come. Until then 
we are engaged in a Kafkaesque struggle; in its midst, among the convo- 
lutions, the subcurrents and involvements, it is dijffficult to remember 
that it's all about a very simple and basic thing — human dignity in 
its most elementary, every-day ways» 

I knov; the Kohler strike will never be over. It will live on in 
the memory of the people who had part in it; it will live on in fable 
and labor history and it will be used for years to come as a point to 
prove many conflicting assertions. That is inevitable. But I hope the 
settlement comes soon; after than posterity can do v;ith it as it pleases, 
and retailor it to their black hearts* content. 

V/ell, this is xlong, but then — it's been a long time between letters. 




<:!S 




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®yJ 



TREUERS' 
-PLACE 



City of 
Beraid Ji 



© 




Distance from Bemidji to Treuers - 
a little over 9 miles. 

1 - Railroad Crossing Just south of 

Bemidji, Small, paved road turns 
east just south of the cDossing. 

2 - Paved road turns left, follov/ it. 

3 - County Road #12 starts, by turning rif,ht. 
h - Big white pine on right of road, keep on going. 

5 - State fish hatchery. Keep on going, 

6 - Pavement ends, gravel starjts, From here 

it's 1 mile to turnoff, 

7 - Turnoff, Big ads on left sign pointing 

to resorts, etc. Turn right. 

8 - One mile from turnoff to little pond on 

right side of road, V/hen even with the 
pond, you v/ill see; 

9 - Driveway to our farm, with 2 mailboxes 
at entrano^i. One says "Gregerson", the 




other is 




irs. Welcome i 



To Cass Lake 



N 



Sepoemoer 22, 1958 



Dear Peoer and Em»ti: 

H«v/ happy we arel Tüati ya nave your aocuor^oe. lu was suc|i a long 
aaa s©mebiiiies weariseme eij.©ru. Tn« way you kepü up tJüat susbainea 
eiiorxi nas long v;on our acuniraulon* Nov; y©u nave somebning more tan- 
giDle bJian zne Treuera eoüereai x^ülings — onao sneepskin. 

We pr#gresö si©wxy, duu öurei.y, in ©ur larm ren^Dllibaulon« Nexx* 
spring we piant our iirsb uaoon ©i trees — kiu,Ouu Norwaya — an 
•raereü rr©m tne soaoe nur sexy ana paiu i©r oui» ox ©ur n©w uecimaiiea 
pre-unempi©yjnenb savings ($iu per tn©usana) bretjs)« Actiually v/e wilx 
reimouröea i©r hiie purcnase ©i trees, pianting c©siis, plus getLlng 



oe 

an acreage ailfwance unuer tüie soll 

De paia un^bil laii ©i lypy» 



DanK — Duu unab m©ney w©n'ti 



V/© live ©n xny unempi^ymenb c©mpensablön oi $4^ a weeic. Our savings — 
ana we were never b©© g©©a in bnab ueparbmenb, spenuing lor bnis büab 
ana tne ©uner tning insbeaa ©i oelng wise ana patitiing it» in ztie socK — 
©ur savings nave oeen sbrebcneu b© an unüeiiev&üie baubness. Our larm 
is all paia r©r, anu we nave paia xor all maberials necessary b© 
reüulla zhe n©use bo uSbe« We ao viruualiy all w©rk ©urseives ana 
nave a nealbny ecnange sysbem wibn one neigliD©rs — züey lena us 
equipmenb ©r glye us a nana as neeaea, ana we vice versa. Lasb Saturaay 
we neipeu a neignü©r r©una up nis cabble, ouii oun bne calves ana 
i©aa them on a bruoK: i©r snipmenb.^ Tnen we wenb t© an©bner neion©!, 
pickea 200 p©unas ©r p©bab©eö (b© aaa b© an ©ariier 20u) xor ©ur 
winber supply* It b©©K ©nly ip minubes, wibn an or us pitcning in. 
Cosb: $1 per luo p©unas« 

I»ve als© narvesbea wila rice, a g©©a s©urce or casn inc©iiie, ax- 
bnougn mucn naraer ana m©re uisagreeaDle pnysicaliy blian anbicipateu. 
Got s©me rioe r©r ©urseives — xlnisnea xcr us ab a l©cal pr©cessor 
very reasonaoiy. T©aay we pub up bne rlce, ana Nancy (in ancienb Inaian i 
xashi©n) wlnn©wea s©me '/ ©r b p©unaö ox "seconas" — Dr©Ken kerneis, 
ebc#, wnicn we D©uglib x©r ip^ a p©una. Tne numoer one rioe bliis year 
will seil xor aD©ub $2.po. üarvesbers geb rr©m 3:> ^* :>P* a p©una x©r 
the green rlce, ana ib talces aD©Ub 2^ p©unas ©x green rice t© mako i p©una 
©X büe finisnea svuxx« 

W©rk ©n bn© n©use xinas us pubbing ©n bne insiae paneiing — kn©titiy 
ceaar (anobger oargaiml). Tne w©©a was Grade k — soi^ebning wrong 
wibn ©acn D©ara sucn as a cracK, a l©sb ^ofx,, ©r someuning ©x bne 
s©rb. Tne l©cal lumuer yara nad D©ugnb bne paneiing in cari©aa i©bs, 
s©ia tne b©p bnree graues in a nurry x©r suüSbanbiai sums. However n© 
©ne wantea the Grade i*. V;© b©©k ib ab a oargaln, ana ib suibs us 
xine. Slnce we a© ©ur ©wn w©rK, we can bake bne pains b© nanaie ©acn 
üoara pr©periy, ana as a resulb ©ur inberlor aec©r is sbunning. 
Ceaar is sucn a l©vely, xine-grainea w©©u. Tne c©i©rs ränge ir©m 
pale yeli©w ana pinks b© ©cnre ana Dr©wn, ano ib is sucn resp©nsivo 
w©©a Z9 w©ric wibn. 

I nave d©ne no wrlbing xor several weeks, üUb pub in all aay ana 
m©Sb evenings w©rking ©n bne n©use. Oniy tne xi©ors & ceilings re- 

laain ana zhe plumoing — ana we can m©v© in. On© sn©rü 3b©ry, 

cii».^/x .^ "Swank." My lirsb saie. I 

are m©vea mb© bne n©use. 



wribben eariier, nas s©ia xor >f»i:>ü 
plan t© resume con orl© as s©on as 



b© 

we 



Page 2. 

Tne gamüJLe is uig, I suppose. I iiave t^uxAea aowa hv^m joü oiiers 
one ireiu tiJie Y/c#QworKerö, lAtie ©tner rrom uüe lUE, aÄU on±y i^ime 
will teil li tiüe uecision was wis©. Meanwnile we enj0y une nara wmJc 
ana ge^bie oeauty oi oux lana« Vve relssn t^Jie warmun •! our neigüDors 
in c^norasb uo üüe sullemess or Süeooygam« Tne pollblcax eppriii ue 
Corps is reiresning ais# — 9ux bownsnip musi^erea mnly ö RepuDlicaÄ 
vax^es in IUI e Jlxjul primary last weeK as againsii a ncutarea or mere 
DFL voii^es (bW9 Ol tüem ours)« V/e oeiong uo one Parmers Unien locax, 
Liie kius go be /f-H (Smiüiiy will raise sneep, Paui takes loresury, 
Dereic nome aaa snop)« Farmers Ualon nas aeolaea tne Deso way ror nie 
hm gex, acqualntea nereaDOuts was h% elecb mu seore^ary ana, everiaiag 
my pruüesTis, aci»ea lortnwibn« 

Tne D#ys love Iv nere, aespiue tne nara w©rK. Tney onarge aown «ur 
pine-iiree ariveway b« üne scnooi dos every morning, escsruea oy Crigi, 
©ur Dlomu goiuen rex»riever, ana c©al-Diacic V/nislcers, tne kiboen. 
Tnen ensues tne sonaggie ts» get; aooara ^ibn#ub uüe pei^s« Tne dus 
r#ars ©xi, Gigi ana Whisicers rac© Dacic u© tne n©use t© see ii tjney 
can*t Dum s©me m©re oreaicxasb — aiter an, BoD ana Nancy naige sec©na 
cups ©1 c©ijLoe, vhy not \:^ji&y t©©? 

We relisn tne relativ© simpiicity ©i our lives, ana l©©k lorwara 
t© some preauctive writing one© tne nuriy-ouriy ©i pr©viaing a 
snelter is unaer contr©!« I hope it will never again be necessary 
xor me t© g© t© w©ric x©r s©xne©ne eise — tnis lix© is s© perxectxy 
suitea to ©n© lacking m ©rganizationai aiscipiine.nna 

I see it is getting late: b:4:p^ S©©n Nancy ana I snali taKe our 
evening walle, past tne littie lake ana up tne roaa t© the nili wnero 

tne r©x n©wis wnen tne m©©n is xuli« 

♦ 
It is go©a tnat you naa a l©Teiy summer ana enj©yea tne outa©©rs; 
tnat y©u canoea ana swam ana reiisnea living» Isn*t tnat a wonaer- 
xui luxury axter a stmt sucn as yours? Inciaentaxly, I trust y©u 
can get tne GBO ©ver your raai© ana near s©me or tne g©©a Canaaian 
Dr©aacasts. We snare y©ur viows in regara to can©ös — out ar© 
giaa, nevertneiess, t© nave ©ur aluminum tin can« It t©©is: mucn 
aüuse auring tne ricing seas©n ana went places the ©tner can©^s 
enterea witn mucn greater aixxiculty* H©w©ver when one ©x my d©©K:s 
sexls, we nope t© get a ceaar strip can©© -- witn one ancient 
im© Ol aesign ana conseqtuent speea ana silence« 

V/rite again s©©a ana, ©n yes: nave you consiaerea making inquiry 
©X Bemiaji State Teacliers G©llege? Rapiaiy expanalng, stuaent üoay 
c©-ea ©X i,2uum; ©ne ©x nignest auaaemic stanalngs in Minnesota. 
We naven^t Maine« s üign mountains — but tnen, wn© wants perxection 
an the* tim©? 



Waboose V/oods 
Route 3 
Bemidji, Minn. 

Dec. 17, 1958 



Dear Pete and ^nne: 

Our appreciation of your ^iiristmas checks to the boys is matcbed 
only by that of the boys theiuselves, as you will note when they write 
you (this they do with varying degrees of enthusiasm) . V^e sent you a 
small package the other day and, if modest, it has the dubious distinc- 
tion of being entirely home-made, We harvested the rice and processed 
it ourselves. 

In case you have receiv ed bad ^dvice on the preparation of 
wild ric e, permit us to furnish cur favorite (that 's a lie -- it's 
our ohly ) recipe» Never soak ric e. VVash it thoroughly several times 
until clean. The foreign matter (chaff, small stalks) will rise to 
the surface and wash out easily. V/hen clean, drain off water« Then 
put clean water on rice, place hand in bottom of pan onjk top of the 
rice, the hand resting flat on the rice, the arm turned up. Notice 
the wrinkles on wrist, Water should come up to first wrinkle of any 
size. Put on the fire, about medium. Let water boil away. V«hen water 
has boiled down level with rice, turn fire very low so that the rice 



Stearns the rest of the way • 
absorbed, the rice is done# 



^ühen all water has ev aporated or been 



There are many ways to eat rice — as dressing for fowl, the 

way I have described above, half a handful tossed into vegetable soup, 

etc. It*s a good food because none of the food value has been polished 
off or destroyed. 

Nancy now bakes our bread* V/e stqrted this because we were under 
the Impression it would prov ide a saving, but were mistaken. 'i'he 
bread is so good that we eat twice as much. Nancy uses unbleached 
flour and does things to the dough that no automated bakery would 
think of doing. The result is a gourmet's delight but has sent me 
flying to the typewriter. 

"•e are considering buying a small weekly newspaper here, un- 
daunted by the fact that we have no money. If this sounds typical 
Treuer, let me hasten to assure you that I hope to complete the 
transaction by persuading JüaiJfexiÄXÄ^^K.» tlie x^^resunt owner that Lord 
Keynes knew more about financing than he does. 

It's a different world up here in winter; crystal clear, cold 
and clean. One*s Standards and values change, and enjoyment of life 
goes up several notches. You assume that a suit of long johns will 
keep you warm, so you wear them all the time and are about ^Ofo correct. 
You assume that in the course of any given day something mechAaical 
will go wrong — the car won't Start, the pump v;ill feeeze or an axe 
handle will break — and you will be 100% ?uEt correct. do you accept 
these things, do your best to fix them, and relish and wallow in the 
knowledge that you are really smart to anticipate life's little Problems. 



year. 



Hope you have a nice ^hristmas and much to lock forv/qrd to next 



Jan. 9, 1959 



Dear Peter and Enne: 

I am taking ti:.ae out (and it is the middle of a sunshiny 
crisp afternoon) from my writing to send greetings and a fe^^ ^^^^Xl 
baked thcushts. -ctually it is so beautiful outside ^^f ^ °^^^^. 
to be skiins or cutting firewood for tHe ^anary. ihe J^d sjuir 
rel is eatini the bird's suet. A few moments ago the tree was 
Toll of'foii^y-eyed^hickadees and nathatchesjatchineas^^ 

hliie iav PoTAm' himself. But if I so skims, 1 won x> ^ex. üaoK. 
?or tioMnsTtiSe? and ny eager public must not ^"^.f J^ w^^J^^^* 
Come to think of it, my public isn't half as eager .o read my 
stuff as I am to seil it. 

TtvP mana^ed to turn out some Short stories and, recently 

r.c?5nerv.i?h Sr^c^arafter^f^t^hV'u'r/iresfd'e^t, since he re- 

pr esen^s the depth to v.hi ch the ^1^"^--^-^/-,^!^^^^^^' '^^^ 
vdth the congressional investigators or the victlm, 

uthpr ^tuff I've «vorked on has dealt a bit vdth adventure, 
phantasy'Sf I'5f run'thl g^ut of -ntemporary emot Ions all the way 
from Y to Z, with the exception of sex and love, which I don t 
seem to able to write about, 

Presently I'm v^orking on tv» items; °"«' f ^f^^^^.^J^/ 1°""'^ 
ur.r.u, nni-11 it's don 6 . in the form of a novelette, the other a 
^hnrt arilcle (for once on a coirmiission basis for a fr^ternal or- 

c 



must be straightened out -i*n^d.oi^ hero, 
them. A few businessmen aiZ xriends do j. 



sudi as he is — is 
t quite nicely. 



T realize I'm taking a calculated risk in talking about a 
Story I Lven't compTetfdt^ This is usually bad ^-finess for me . 
fuJ'^'m^oping that this one is -^3^,^-13^ ?V|e^%rerbLcfing 
TJsr.oT^l^HZ Xritl^s r/etl\:Tef\o be roinng along. 

üur first vdnter here has been a revelation to me . The 
viiole character of the -o^t/^-i<i,^,^f3\2«|t'5Sj ac'cess'in simSer 

^B ^^^^ k^snn-ueh.-irÄVg^t^to- 
sen'soie?AinS before my inemployment compensati„n rui.s out. 





Jan. 17, 1959 



Dear Pete and Knne: 

Hope you aon't nind being used as a long-dis tance soundinii board, 
but I feel a laoinentary need to energ© (v.hile still sitting at the 
tyiz^writer) froia my dreaiavvorld üf an iiaaginary town and ixiia^nary 
peoi:le vvho are so real tha t for an instant it vvas i'rigiitening 
and I took a aalf-finisiied stieet of paper out of Uie typewriter. 



V<ork progresses slowly on the piece; vvliile I'm working on it , the 



is "The 



Hvvinging. Cat," since sone cats 



svving and others 



title 

don't -- but txiat is laore for my private amusement than permanent 
labeling. The third chapter was finisiied at 2 a.m. (it's mid- 
morning novv and I've begun the 4th) . 



Many corollary ideas and relationships are firning up nuw, and 
I may take a break after anot.ier few chapters to do an article 
around the speculation that the middle class are becoming the 
disinherited and disposessed of the future, (Econonics being 
a strictly subjective field v>,ith a self-conscious veneer of 
statistics and other objective folderol) , it may be tlia t this 
Uiesis Ccin be made to look as valid as many others. Gtod f or bid 
this comes true, for the prcspect of know-nothing co.,inunis4 



w o u Id b e \v or s e t ha n 
dialectical materialism. 



comraunism 



based on the sophistries of 



Well, enough of that. I have nov; relieved myself of enough 
pomposity to face my va'-iting v;i th renevv'ed clriagrin. 



V<e've had s 
not much sn 
with foot t 
A week ago 
to help pul 
undesir able 
our help to 
»iranary (pa 
the garage 
ture. 



ome 
ow. 
raiis 
tod ay 
1 fir 
tree 
him 
ruon 
v.hen 



old spells lately; 32 belovv last nigtit, but 
•^^'S a result the tincient bl^^nket is crisscrossed 
, Ski trails, dog trails and v^iat have you. 
a neighbor cme over v.i tr^ his horse and sked 
e wood out of our v.oodland (vve had to cleun out 
s & brush). This v;as repayment, on nis part, for 
in sawing up his firevjood. \*e burn wood in the 
me, Truest House) , and will cilso be burning it in 
I get around to fixing up that venerable struc- 



My libido is making noises ^nd I shall tuke advantage of 
its unfettereu proiiiitings to get back to v.ork. 



P.^ 






o.: The manager of this estaOlishment informs me that our 
granary (pardon me , r;uest House) ..i 11 be occupied July 15 to ^ug. 1. 
Can you let us know tentatively wiien you iaigl:it coüie to visit (de- 
pending of course on Uievagaries of academic administrators) . 
P.o."^.: That "academic administrators" is a plixase Cxilbert .,i£l 
Sullivan should havo used; or did they? 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 



^ebruary 10, 1959 



Greetings, Oh J^'avorite l^'ailing '»^all: 

Had a letter from Boris Blick's wife, recording the 
fact that you, Pete, and Boris met at the historical Con- 
vention, vv'hat are the job prospects? 

I am advancing in the writing trade, having graduated 
froiri the impersonal, printed rejection slips to typewritten 
notes explaining that them managing editor liked thestory, 
but couldnH convince the publisher to go along. My agent 
is beginning to be polite to me, as a result, 

Three pieces of more, or less, solid fiction are cur- 
rently making the rounds. I'm waiting with les and less 
hope for a .^100 check from a small magazine Tor an article 
on U.S. indian policy. und, I'm v;orking dai ly on the book. 
um about 25,000 vvords into it , and have suddenly lost all 
conscious critical sense. 

It*s an odd thing, and difficult to explain, but I 
mentally reject or accept ideas, phrases, wüole sentences, 
but otherwise have no feelin,^.'; at all, and keep on writing 
with a sense of plodding and (occasional, very occasional) 
exhilaration. V^ill this mean that the book turns out to 
be a plodding thing? '^^ell, v;e have matches enough to burn 
it page by page, vdriich I'll do retroa ctively staring from 
the end to the point where it started to plod. It doesn't 
do much good to have someone eise read it and criticize. 
-^^fter all, my ideas of how to develop it grow from chapter 
to chapter. The only trouble is that I have no way of 
knowing if feuspenee and interest are maintained; I live 
and think the thing continually. Nancy gets to read only 
completed chapters, as soon as they are done, and therefore 
also suffers from a segmented reception. Jhe Claims the 
pace is brisk and is being maintained — how I love that gal» 

Your kids are permanently enshrined in our photo album. 
I hope they are properly impressed. — v.e often wonder about 
you and how future plans are sha ping up. In all likelihood 
you are v«/ondering about the same thing. Keep us posted« 



^ 



/ 



7.1 



\ 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WCX)DS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 



April 7, 1959 



Dear Pete and Enne: 

\v'e're so happy that you have found a roost for next 
ye^r and, we hope, some years to come. Alt±LOUgh we are 
disappointed tliat you won't be able to come out our way 
this^year, v;e imow there v^ill be other years — tiraes, we 
hopei^ when we'll be better situated to do justice to the 
countryside, B est of luck in the nevv Job, and congratu- 
lationsl 

The awin^^ing Cat is finiahed, Short novel format, and 
in the hands of the agent Tor eventual sale to a publisher 
(v;e hope). It turned out well, I think, but left me sapped 
and w33ung out like a rag after steadily writing, then re- 
writing and typing clean. I found a job as lab orer on a 
construction job, which was heavy work but aidn't last long 
since I hqve a big mouth and they were going to use Kohler 
plumbing. ivlso, they don't particularly lov e unions around 
here — either one or the other, or both , resulted in a peremp- 
tory layoff. I am casting about, with increasing frenzy, for 
other employment • 

We thank you for your off er of help — but äre confident 
it will not be necessary. Sooner or later n^ writing will 
catch on, or at least seil in a sufficient dribble, to keep 
US going. Until then I will be sule to do carpentry and other 
work to slide along on. 

Our first major tree planting pro je et looms large this 
m onth — 20,000 norway pine around -^».pril 23. Vv'e will use 
a neighbor's tractor to pull the County tree planting mach ine. 
oeedlings come from the state nursery at ^10 per thousand. 

Meanvhile we are hand-planting trees, transplanted from 
our own v^oods, to fill in bare spots in the v^ods we have 
bruahed, cleaned out and pruned during the vdnter. The weather 
has US all on tenter-hooks, because it is so nice. Too damn 
dry; if we don't get substantial rains soon we will have a 
serious drought, and that's bad for the trees. You can help 
by tossing salt into the atmosphere; they say that produces 
rain sooner or later. 

Our big bircs have returned; the hawks (red tailed & 
marsh most prominent) and bald ea>gles are floating around in 
the air. Nancy saw a big flock of red polls the ot.xer day; 



geese, ducks and great blue herons are back too. 
missed them over the winter. 



Keep US posted so that when we do get together we won't 
have to talk too much about past history, but can concentrate 
on the here-and-now« ^ 



P.S.: -^njoyed your poem. I bet you find it mach inore 
amusing now üiat you have found a Job, than when you wrote 
it. 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

October 28, 1959 



Dear Peter and Zune: 

1 

VJhere on this spinning little pellet are you? I have begun to 
fear tiiey have inade you head of a department er, "worse yet, some 
kind of a dean* -^Speak to us mortals! 



I've never 

Job. I ha 

report. Gl 

does and read th-© last 



sent you my book manuscript because it is too poor a 

gress 
usually 



ve a z^Äjor revyrite to do. Lieanwhile, here is a j^ro 
limax coiiies at the end, so please don't do as Nancy 

c apter fir st. 



I began vvorking at a little dinky \ve 
last April, aftex an unlamented st in 
My functions, like a Gilbert & dulli 
and ranged from editing and managing 
There is a daily newspaper here, too 
the ground — not hy competition — 
but by sheer laziliess and ineptitude 
Nancy and I alinost bou^t the paper, 
raised the money and made excellent 
sensing our ahxiejty — raised tjie an 
end. 



ekly called the Northland Times 
t as a construction laborer, 
van character's, -were varied 

to setting type and sweepin^ up, 
, and the ^;eekly had been run into 
for the daily is to letharfeic, 
• To make* a long stcry short: 

änd were to the point of having 
coriimuiiity ties, when the ov;ner — 
te toeyond reason and reach. DeaU ' 



\Ve retreated to ^iboose w'oods and licked our wounds, hunting ducks and 
partrige and Inspiration. It is always a good idea to search for In- 
spiration outdoors; you can run faster and hide in more places from 
the creditors. v.ell, actually there were no credi^ors, althoucji we 
did feel that cur Äily assets were several hundred pounds of potatoes, 
one young pig, two sheep and an inedible dog. Then inspirotion Struck 
and confounded us all. I went back to school — am thus occupied at 
present — to get^ my teacher'a certificate, and will be eligible to 
open up the dear little heads and pour it in starting next fall. 
The lucky hi,gl:i sohoolerar, don't you think? Current educational phi- 
losophy being v;hat it is, the subject matter isri't too important" — 
so long as I use a v;ide enough variety of techni:ue and metb-ods to 
dazzle. This being the case, I shall stick to i^nglish, lapsing into 
Grerman when nedieval -^nglish (such ao in Ghaucer) is called for, 
and also furnish my talents to those hungry for history. Those wishing 
for an abridged course may be interested in Treuer 's Guaranteed 
Historoctomy. I will be only too glad to teil anyone about hov/ 
Thos. Jef fersen sat up all night to write the Llagna Carta, whic ^^ 
then tied to a bull by the name of John, who was hfindicapped by 
ten meniiiens hanging on ti^;lit. iiiventually I shall write a text book, 
entitle it: iiasy liistory /or -^kvid Tclevision Vio^vers ^^ged 12-lß and 
put color photo of ->rigitte Bncdot on the fly-leaf. 

dorne of our frieids on the Bemidji '-»täte College ^aculty vie, ith 
enVj j our new job, Jcuttle-butt (sp.?) has it that you are most 
lucky. Local f;^ulty find it dif^'^ult to work up enthusiasm for 
li.';^ "^elow zero '1 th^ • inter time, .ao spoof poor -^r . ^attgast, t 
prcoicient of tx.t.| collü^^e — who is ix^st aptly named. let the sciiool 



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Dear Pete & Ennc — v:i3J. you ever forgive my lonr silence? Of courne 
we'd love to have you visit. V-'e can even put you up in a separate 
house, our place having two« And hov7 we hoT^ you can make itl 

Life 's been hectic and busy, though the scramble for grocerj'' money 
has left no time for writing the past three months« Am manage r of a 
very dinl<3'' and small print shop and vjeekly nevrspaper, all very run dovjn 
and unromantic. '«''hat matters more is that we *ve gotten our first 30,000 
trees planted, that our place is shaping up, and that V7e*re quite happy. 
Somehow x-je shall, in the years ahead, reconcile writing and eating. 

Nancy and the boys are very well — and we're crossing our finge rs 
hoping we can get together. 

Flease forgive the ^revity; we*re going through the vjeekly agony of 
getting the dismal little paper out, and this is a challenge to our 
ancient press — a nrototype for Gutenberg 's« 




«»' 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS. ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

iJec. 9, 1959 



Dear Peter oc iiinne: 



..e are so liapiDy to have lieard 



Trom 



house, 



you, Rochester sounds 
llkQ nice livin-, and the job stiiaulating, (.^s I sit, v.riting 
this, tJTiere is a f rothing turiiioil aboat the bird feeder: 
chickadees, evening grosbeaks, 2 varieties nuthatches, infernal 
bluejays and hairy v;oodpeckers. üut in the yard a large flock 
of red polls and, in the near field, snow buntings). 
\Ye have a cocky pileated on the first hill near the : 
and occasionally he buzzes the yard. 

Life here, right now, is very sweet. uherever you look — 
out of the Windows or if one is outside — it is beautiful. 
There are no great stresses or strains, only minor ruffles. 
Last week we butchered our pig and one sheep; the local locker 
plant takes care of smoking harns 6. bacon. No luck during deer 
season, bat ^uite a fev; ducks and soine partrige. 

1 begin practice teaching today, hope to get a job lined up 
in a nearby high school next fall and have begun visiting such 
schools systematically to .introduce myself. .;ancy has begun 
a^fev; courses at school also, with an eye on a toacher's cer- 
tificate, ^adually we are inaking friends, have Company, an 
occasional chess club raeeting here. 

3ir.ithy had phenomenal luck with his 4-H project this year. 
Ilis two lainb entries in the county fair both won blue ribbons, 
and one of the lambs v;as judged eligible to enter coLipetition 
in the regional livestock exhibition at Duluth. There he took 
5th place ainong 52 entries, saw his lainb auctioned off for 
^100, Now he is planning to use a portion of the loot to 
buy a regist er ed ewe, is expanding slowly. In the spring his 
two ewes will have laiibs, and Jmithy is gleefully planning 
further conjuests. Paul, meanwhile, is raising rabbits. 
There were 7 this morning. lie will also start raising pigs 
in the SMing. Lerek has too many hcbbies and activities for 
me to even begin an inventory. 

Lur tree order ror next spring has been approved, and we an- 
ticipate another planting bee of 20 to 30 thousand. 

I wish you cculd see our boys. omitiiy is about as tall as 1, 
and streng as an ox. On week-ends now there is usually ouite 
a crew of kids playing ice-hockey on the little pond across 
the dirt road from our yard. omithy also, \^hen the spirit 
iaoves hira, cuts pulpvjood on our land (we are systematically 
getting rid of popple in order to make room for pine). **e 
continue, meanwhile, a more slow-paced but persistent program 
of renovating and construction. 



Page 2 



It's nice that you'll be Jiaving an additioii to the faiaily; 
I'm all for it — bat t-.en of course, I»ve never been very 
pregnant and can cheer from the sidelines witii iiapunity. 
-1. Ivlarcii or ^pril delivery date at least takes you out of the 
hüt-vveather dif f iculties , althougli it still is no Solution 
to the perennial problem of finding a dropped toothbrush 
during tlie last few weeks« 

In response to your question about the \vhy*s and v;herefore's 
of teachihg: the original intcnt was to find a tenable way 
of living and staying up here, I think I'm going to enjoy it 
as vvell, and hope to find time for systenatic writing — if not 
during the schcol year, then during the suimners« 



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P.O.: j^y tine you can make it up here, uith or vathout 
warning, cone. Over i^ew Year * s? V/ial send decipherable 
road directions at the drop of a hint. 






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I-'arch 27, 19^0 



D««r Bob and Ntnoy, 

Wh«n T look at your Dtoe^-.ber 9 Bemiajl d^^tollna, my vlt»! juleet cjrdl« 
In ihama, ry ovcruiz^d «tonsach 'fitherc an^ all that retiain« ie an over/helmlng ly bad 
connclenoe, I »hall not try to aliöl ee to why I hav« not ritten elnco I ccnnot 
flüyaalf think of ono ein?l« ton?3blÄ rasen. The ta,<rue«t hint of lllusory proxlmity 
(thöoretic^lly, ^hat , ^fter all, l« 700 mileef) m»y heve o- ntrlbut:<?<i to iry ln<*rtia. 
In any cae«, «ay 1 eay for the defenee that at ieaet t>fice beforo in the laet two 
wontha 1 wa« jÜet about to» writ^ v#han» Snouqhi 

Aotuallv rarddln*^ your Tjeoffßber letter, olther you 'niet have boon In 
ona hell of an Idylllc mood or olae your llf« in them there -abooto '4oode reölly Jj^ 
a «ymphonle partoral« or whatöver th'» crooer latin for treofarT.ln? ie. '-9 are really 
very f^Tad and fatntl-- envione wh^n wo thlnk cf your scenery« '^6 do not lova eouthem 
Vich1?^«\n an'^ in Cact hcve verv fow Icln^? vcrf^i to tnv for it. \ ■ 1 it baß done for ua 
ie to nroirldo ue wUh ch^cadaaa «ind titTwloa for rur feedlr^ etfit^on and tMe ie not 
anou^h. tnnti olaiTca to ba hsrdened alroady and to y^^am no iLora but I cannot eay tha 
9B^Q. ^verv day ^hile (".rlvln^r to achocl T fu>fiö at the houslnjr projecta, one rt^ora 
pretentiotiB and bad t ata than the oVer, and breatha daeply whan T aas tb« fav# 
rerpinln^ earri-wild araae whlch -^fill soon fnll viotlrri to Tcan'e 1nhuT.!?.nUy to 
Mchi^^an. 'Mithin tan yoare, eo tbev eay, thle wbole da»:^« area vlll bc cc-^^pletely 
bullt up# I bonaetly don *t know If tbe aarete of our preeent Situation r.^Me u? for 
thif »^nr liabllity. 

It ie nloe to hear that your kide are re^lly tq^cin-^ to a^rlcultural 
life 'vfith ft ven^jeanoe, wh.it wlth comnarclal atoc): re.ieirf e,nl /ihat have you. It 
will r<*nlly br' fun to eoe thaiE *j ein iftor all t'-.eee yrara. Cure aro aleo ri?rht 
nov# both in rathar nlco ota^ffc. r9uxla»^*-»5'lte the f^ct tr.at her echool ie in our 
aetlraticn the bntto^ o? the barral , is rl-ht now vcry thrllled at lo^rnlnr to read. 
'*a juet ^ot har her firet Dr. "ouae readar and ehe doee -uite virell and ie very oroud 
of hercelf. 3he ia füll of unaaeirrnad echool proiacta, makin~ booke and picturae 
all over tha nlaca. Sandra, who If a much leaa draatiy and auch rr.cre conalFtantly 
chearful littla ncraon, oozaa v/ith oharm -rfhich aa yot ie not yat dellberata. Sha 
adora« l*aula ^.ni theraforo ia tan-'entlally involvad in all that Paula doee Includln? 
lattarin«? etc. but 9he bae har nuraery achool and alao playa by hereolf very vell. 
Cn the 4hole they cre recllv -uite nice kida if v#e do aay ao ourpolvee 9ven thouiTh 
both of theii oan be really pilla «»ithout half trv*n|7. 

^na'n bab: ie now dua b'" April 15 — off letal döte — 4hioh rreena 
of boviree any t^tra« She Ie pretty thorourhlv eic'< of h^iv^nr a vaterr^elon aa a 
permanent boaotB ocrpanio^n Oir^d it wil"^ be nlca to dlepall all the unoert !ntiaa that 
praomanciea are heir to. .\fter rruoh public debate 49 nov hava na?naa that everyona 
in ih^ family at lea?t aecepta. 3oth kide ara ver/ intareeted in all tha dat^ila, 
oartlciilarly Paula and thara ie an at»roaphar^ of intenee apeculatlon laonir thaoi 
fronr ti^a to tl'^. I a^. ,crlad thav havan 't resched tha bettln^? atafra or 'j#a'd hava 
a r^-^l bork^aker'a -^atabllchmant bare. Aeide from tha pra^nanoy, cur aocial lifa 
hare h^a baan oulte rleaear.t wlthout bainr overV' denrandlng. The'e are q numbar of 
paopla on t!ie facultr* fho*r ve lika «»ni «fho are at leaft in tha 'ood aeouaintMnaa 
alaaa. r;o'>ahow we faal tuc'^ nore at aaaa and pari of t'iin^e f lan >ie dld at 3owdoin 
>*hare *^a knajf frc- the beTinnln.^ that ojr ''aya »are numb-rad. Cna of tha rrora In- 
tareetlng" sruyt on the faculty is a Tan by tha naT^e ^f Tor ''itzelmnone who t'^raa or 
four vf»ara bac'^ wae one of tha criaf ataff -^rltara for t'«- Yla^ I^«^ public 9^nA «ibo 



?r«duate 4ork re'^lly 1' a w«.rv«IlotJ8 oondjtlon^n?' In plcayuna thlnklnf. 



A« far ae the lob Is concemod v^e ara of two tslnd« «yon thou^h tha 
ayea atlll have lt. Cn tha poaltlv« aida, T*vf anjoyad my teao' in» T«ry rruoh ayen 
thou'^h any reeafbl^^-ioo to hletory oT tb«5la Colu^.bla V aat^rn Tnetitution« cojrta 
la barely dlecornlbl«« Mao on thff oositive, as oV April I aii Rottin!' % 7?C0 
whloh, f3!nce va 'iav^ b^.^r h^^^n^ tiT.a oayrtiantB of about h l^) a ^nnth, me'in» thal 
for thf» **lrat tl^a \f«*ll b« a llttle laa« amiaamad* Incidant^lly if you »et into 
a plnch, le% u» >ne'.'». üp to no^^ y^t^oiit any axtr^vafeanoö on cur oart, we althar 
Juat ?nad6 It or '^ant \y>to SMono^. ^^n«? ohanka frc^ nrjy ?ood motber. Alao T've re lly 
baan hpvlnir a aa'^e«» of fr^iado^r In doln? raea^roh. I don't -^het^ffr the and ^roduot 
juatlflea tha la^^or »nd cloi^tared-ln—cy office-naae, but I have baan havln?» all 
klnda o^ llluslone of* aoco-^pllahfTiant • Rlirht now I am anFllns' — probablv in valn — 
for aot^-e popul^riza^ histor; articlaa for a -^©«razlna t-'at ^aya qnd j*hioh hai a 
an art and cultüre elqnt , Hori^on, 8y tha t.v, h<iva vo\j avf»r thourht» of tryinr 
anythin<r for 'VTnerlcan H aritar^e ? Yo»i »hould inke a look et it. They h'i^e 9 lot of 
looal blatory vilth tna ütraee on the ploturaaoua ^.nd »urely yr^o ^<^ust hava local 
hiatory up thera to run out of your eara. So »rnjch for the poaitivQ« The na^'ative 
as of now Ip two foldi the l'^val of our atudentf le pratty dieiial. l'of»t of them 
are wlllin», but at leaet a third roallv hHVo no buslneas in colle-^e. 31noa at tha 
aame t^i:^e our r-ro-ra^r i? je^rad fairly hl;^h, f'^ia ref^lly re-^uirae a Ivind of oar- 
oatual alai?^ht-or--handa ^hare you conv'nco yourpaif that theee IriJe raally do hava 
the abilitv to frTn9v %>uaraau or I'arx whan In noint of oold faot you cnovf da~tn well 
they d'^n't. Thie kind of ma^ric (or eelC-intoxication) oan kaap eoirjc' for t\ year or 
two bi' inlaae our etudente It^prove b^' the third yenr «l the Viteat, the pratpure to 
bo^T t'^' t'':*= lovi coTJüon danoTimtor vlll ho over fhel-^ln"^. The eecond problam ie the 
lofirlela!:'„.r<^j T aT all for pionearin» but ona aepaot whicn nelther oT us an:raclataa 
ara the kind of haadlinc« ona ti9€9 whila the et^ta lerlelqtura le at It in Leniinpr 
grindinff uo eut nert yaar*B hud^r^t. ^or th<? eptabliehod achoole ^^it-i all klndi of 
kittles, t'ile iffn't Ufa or a«*th. ^or ua It la a -ueet^on of becoTiine ^h»4t all 
the blurbe have claiTad or pinVln^ to tha coT^fortsble alouirh of a Community collag-e 
wlth th*» whclQ trndo echool ap^ari^tua th«t thla ueu«illy Impllee. Anyvay we found 
It unrervinr (tha cut our Incc^-^inir frashtuan clae» nuciget-wiaa fron ^CO to U^ v#hlch 
aiay in faot be all to tha »o^d ) to conte'rnlqte thie kind of depandonce of ece of 
the rjcot Ignorant 00 <ar a-t hat -ba yaar after year. ^d6 to t'^la the lao-r of ao^nery 
and \^f} lco?l echoola, .fa do hava ao're re penrat i ona. 

Va ara (^eter^^nad to corra and 99^ vou thia aurii'^ar. Cur auw-^er plana 
are atlll ar^^^^vh^t fluid but it "»oo^'^s aa thou^h «ye'll be tta baok in Brunawlok 
^n th'» houaa oT a forrer oollaa^ua tha ♦'irat nart , naa^ly lata June and July. 
Ho'f about the Icft wae> or two In Äu^'uat o^ q very tent<at^ve baaiß? It ia raally 
r^diouloua that 'e '•'av'rn't aaen aaoh other in at lea^t foür yaara If not lon76r. 
Don't retiliate on the no'^-writ ing. I hava tumad ovar a naw laaf« 



ROBERT TREUER 



WABOOSE WOODS, ,ROUTe.:3 ' 



.iROUTC: 
BEMIDJI, MINN. """"' 



May 13, i960 




•^ear Peter and J^ane: 

CongratulationsJ v^'e are so happy about th e new arrival, even 
if, at the bottom, you feel sorely pressed (Enne). I almost 
Said that we were sore at heart about your teinporary affliction, 
but remembered in time that my sense of an^toioy has always been 
subject to monentary lapses. 

I have found part-time (and for the suinmer full-tlme) v.ork at 
the local radio Station, and signed a contract to teach at 
the Cass Lake high school nexl fall. 'J-'he school is only ten 
miles from the house — closer, even, th^ -^eniidji. I will 
have 11 th & 12th grade "^nglish and the school play. '^he pay 
is not magnaniinous -- but then, no wage scale up here is/ 
4^4,500 per annum to start. 

We look forward to your visit end of -aug. or beginning of 3ept. 
If possible, end of Aug. looks better, because I start teaching 
right after -J-abor Day. 

We have just completed our i960 tree plant ing of 25,000 Korway 
pine — an exhausting but rewarding three days' work . 'i'he weather 
was wet and cold — miserable to work in, but perfect for the 
trees. Now it is hot and dry, with fire wajjnings in the "explo- 
sive»' ränge. Yesterday 1,500 acres northwest of Bemid j i burned — 
the flaraes rofifiing through jackpine and norway forests with the 
sound of an express train, the updraft of heat creating near-tor- 
nado Winds above the fire that sucked the flames on and on. It 
was terrible to see. 70-year old luorris üodfrey, the ccunty land 
commissi oner who has spent his lifetime battling timber i:iterests 
so the Gounty could retain the forests and use inoome from timber 
sales for the school fund — stood by helplessly tinä wept as the 
flames destroyed two sections of prized plantations. Several 
fire-breaks were broached by the flames until, late in the after- 
noon, a last-ditch effcrt mirq.culously halted the onrushing 
blaze. iiad this firebreak failed to hold, another t\;elge miles 
of woods would have been at the mercy of the elemerits on a l-inlle 
Wide front. 



Xeep US posted on v;hat*s what. I'll send you speciflq road 
directions on how to find our place. 




Dear Peter and Enne: 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

Dec. 28, 1961 



Thank you for the Christmas present. Early this mornins it 
buzzed promisingly and we rushed outdoors, \/e had caught a 
passing tourist. \Ihen his family ransoms him we will have 
enough for postage to nail this letter (its arrival therefore, 
will indicate success), thus expressing our gratitude. His too. 



V/e owe you a voluminous progress report, i,e,, 
on the little progress. 



a voluminous renort 



My first year of teaching went well and I enjoyed it. This was 
followed by a six v/eeks course in remedial reading which I taught 
at Cass Lake with Nancy 's help. .,e had expected übout fifteen 
students, were swamped by fifty applications and had a waiting 
list at the end of the summer, This (second) year of teaching 
currently underway is going even better; we are tight^ning Stand- 
ards at school, increasing curriculum content, 

Nancy is starting Student teaching next inonth, will be graduated 
summq cum in June and hopes to find a teaching and/or librarian 
Job hereabouts — ^perhaps in Cass Lake {v;e hope). The boys are 
progressing well — - Derekc^and Paul both doing good work at school, 
Derek in accelerated math and science, Paul taking ^erman, geometry, 
Smith, now a senior, is on a combination classroom and co-op program 
(like ^^ntioch), spending half-days working in a Bemidji stores. 
lle went through a prolonged spell of interest in auto mechanics, 
did substantial repair Jobs (including a complete overhaul of our 
truck laotor). Now »-»mith'a interests ränge more to business and sales, 
Jrie is undecided about his future, but is shaping up well 



as a per 



son. 



V/e planted 67,0^0 trees last spring (unde^ pressure from the f overn- 
ment to complete our planting). All died in the drought lastsummer 
as did most of the previous year 's planting, This spring we start 
over (only 30,000). The first year 's planting is the sole survivor 
among three Starts. 



'..ork around the place: the upstairs of the house i;§ finished; 
substantial storage and closet space is built in the upstairs of 
the granary. Me raised and but eher ed two lambs, two pigs, froze 
a substantial amount of vegetables and bcrries. No wild blueberry 
crop, but the wild rice harvest proved to be a bumper crop and opens 
a nev; chapter in the narrisch. 

Brother in law AI financed several t housand dollars of rice 
buying, and I spent most of the harvest time as purchasing agent, 
supervising the processing. uven though I paid 5^ a pound more 
for green rice, our percentage of thresh was higher than that of 
any other processor. The season, in other woros, a big success 
qnd resuited in tJie e^ab lish^ment of a rice Company, the purpose 
of which is to ooll rice (whole, cooked und instant), gCDw rice, 

g; and soxuehov; I find myself on the board of 



etc« Very interesting 



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-2- 

directors, evon tJiough I cun furnish only knov/-hov; and no nioney. 
There is a real potential hexe -- the Company has a chemist-gcolo^^ist 
working füll tlme in a newly-set up small laboratory in Grand Rapids, 
we spent two days this week planning mer ohandisin/^, research, etc. 
For me the rice venture last suiamer was financially successful — ^ f or 
the first time in over three years my current bills v;ere paid up in 
füll and only a loan (lonc; term) reinained hancins over ny head. 



Other developraents: I finished writing 8c polishing an account, 
color-photo illustrated, of a boy's first canoe trip (as thou^^h 
told by the boy). 3terning liked it, sent it to I.lacmillan — they 
turned it dovm, saying they liked it but had no budget Provision 
left in this category. The book is now' with another publisher, and 
hopex Springs eternal in the stoiaach of yours traly, 

I have, finally, a clear vision of a v^/riting coi^plex that has 
gnawed at me for a long time (the Short, abortive novel of two years 
ago will fit — when re-v\;ritten — into it). By 'conplex' I mean 
an interrelated group of writings, Not a la Darr eil — v^horn I enjoy. 
I find the trend in subjective and stream-of-consciousness too invo- 
luted to be of literary value to lay ends. In a day of fission 
v;e do not need to atonize huioanity and human relations, bat to ex- 
plore what blends are possible, 

Change of topic of Cancer of schöne iHlEllerin . . • back to; 
I v;ould like to tqke a two week canoe trip a deux. Nancy and I 
cannot go together, since one of us ought to be home to keep an 
eye on our rutting bucks. I have in mind an ambitious, but not 
impossible, ten-day to two week safari. Traveling time from our 
house to shoving-off point six hours, Target: the heart of the 
<,uetico. «Vculd something like this be feasible, Pete? Cur res- 
pective families could ajough it at bur place while you and I luxuriate 
in c:::noe country. Think it over» 

Luan\-hile, best wishes, a smelly smoke signal and once ag^in, thanks 
for the Christmas gift. 



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ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS. ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

Feb, 10, 1962 



Dear Peter and -tLrine: 



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V/e*re holding our breath metaphorically await^ news of your new 
prestigium. Michigan' s loss will be someone eise's catastrophe« 
No — somethihg wrong with that. 

You ask what my indoctrine^tion on sex is. It is YES* Incidentally 
I saw Splendor in the Grass and enjoyed tiie movie as a work of art 
and a parental chaTTenge^ It sent me flying back to VVordsworth's 
Ode to Immortality (almost left out the 't*)f source of the title» 
I agree that parents should be stifled at birth, and have proposed 
this to my school board with negligible results. 

I teach llth and 12th grade English, have also an 8th gr^de class 
reputed to be very slow, but which I enjoy, My confluence with 
Cass Lake, the tobacco road of the north, is fortunate« Teaching 
haw, perversely, helped me with my writing. Mj: 

Our Winter has been cold, long and snowy. A couple of weeks ago 
a pack of wild dogs broke into our barn and mutilated the sheep 
(had to kill the sheep). I managed to shoot at least one, possibly 
two of the dogs, The leader of the pack, wounded, turned on me and 
thus made his dispatching more convenient* For several days there- 
after our place looked like an armed camp, I drove to school with a 
gun handy; the neighbors shot another of the pack, and no more has 
been Been of them. 

Apropos canoe trip — I suggested a deux because I had a notion of 
two people, traveling light, covering a substantial distance. I had 
wanted to cover Lakes Agnes, ^^uetico and circuit the heart of the 
park. I thought two people could do this in the span of two weeks, 
or a little less, withoQt major exhaustion, However, a quatre we 
could contemplate a slightly less ambitious route. At present our 
Summer plans are most vague — they depend on our financial straits 
at the time, my writing, wild ricing and Nqncy's Job. I suppose 
I»ll have to teach remedial reading again (June and first half of 
July). This would mean a trip the second half of July or tlie first 
half of August. 

On re-reading your letter, the thought occurs that I misunderstood 
your question about indoctrination on sex. perhaps you meant: how 
do I indoctrinate my own children on such matters. This is very 
simple. I teil them to enjoy masturbation, to see a doctor in case 
of venereal disease and to use Condoms in the event of heterosexual 
relations. The latter (i.e., use of Condoms, not the relations) I 
demonstrate and explain. 

Smithy wqs going 'steady' fo4r quite a while, and a cause of concern. 
I discussed this with him several times — and perhaps not too well. 
One evening he came to me, troubled, fearing the relationship with 
his girl was going to go 'too far.* I took this as a veiled appeal 
for a firm parental policy and ordered him to do what, I think, he 
wanted me to: break it off. (I.e., the relationship, not a part of 



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his anatomy). Reasons: you are growing up lopsided, totally inexperfenced 
in social give-and-take; you are not ready for the responsibility of 
a heterosexual love affair and do not seem to quite v/ant it, anyliow. 

He broke off the »steady», is going out with many different girls now, 
seems to enjoy himself and to be gaining in poise, — 

I discuss various matters of sex frankly with the boys, as their 
interest seems to invite* I must v^/atch myself in such conversations 
that I do not go farther than their interests at the time require. 
Poor «^mith is the experimental whipping post of my acquired parental 
wisdom (?)• 

Incidentally, I was kidding about the VD bit above (though ^ have 
answered their questions about it). Vve have also lightly discussed 
homosexuality (male and female), fellation and, with some emphasis, 
the matter of responsibility in teen-age pregnancy* 

Derek is curcently interested in a harn radio, is picking up Cuba, 
Moscow, countless harn Operators. Eventually he wants to build a 
sending-receiving set. Paul is on the school wrestling squad, has 
grown taller than I (not a gargantuan achievement ) , has a tough 
course load in tenth grade this year including German, geometry, etc. 

Nancy is Student teaching senior ii-nglish at Bemidji and has Job 
applications at all nearby schools for next fall. I have done some 
fairly respectable writing lately, have specific and definitive ideas 
about redoing the earäiy novel next summer. 



Tojours gai. 




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ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

Sept. 4, 1962 



Dear Peter and Erine: 

IVlay the Leprechauiis forgive me, but I»ve lost your aeidress again. 
I promise to write it down« 

Our Summer has been a careening, galloping and eventful progress 
from disaster to mild joy. Nov/ school reopens tomorrow, but for 
the now I look forward to it. 

Late last spring, with Nancy being graduated magna cum laude, 
it appeared impossible for us to obtain a teaching job in the same 
school. Y/e procured, against my better judgment, a College girl 
to stay at our place and went job-hunting in the Cities. V/hile 
there (and Jobs available for both of us), Paul had an accident 
with our pickup truck, which was almost demolished — but by a 
miracle none of the five youngsters aboard was hurt. <^eat relief 
but great financial problem — we need two vehicles up here. 

Then Nancy was offered a lucrative assistantship at Bemidji State. 
Joy. I had, per for ce, to go to work on some business matters 
with brother in law AI (to earn summer income), and there developed 
a series of complicated and unfortunate events which I can not 
detail for lack of spaße and energy, but only describe as having 
been plotted by the Mad Hatter conjointly with the ^ueen of Spades. 

Nancy went on a one-week canoe trip with the wife of a Bemidji 
acquaintance, leaving from Kly. They had a successful voyage and 
upon their return Paul and I went for six days — covering a great 
deal of territory, on an exploratory trip, since this was my first 
time out of Ely (and my first in five years). We traveled light 
and fast, but found several places v;orth further exploration. Paul 
now big enough to carry the canoe, paddle either front or stern. 

Smith, graduated from high school, is working at a hardware störe 
in town, trying to pay off for an automobile he bought, and talking 
in luke-warm fashion of going on to College after Christmas. He is 
sharihg an apartment with a friend (male) in town. 

I feel unhappy about the turn of our correspondence last spring; 
somehow I expressed myself poorly, something I have an occasional 
knack for. 

Our present Status is that we are staying here, I continue at Cass 
Lake vvhile Nancy is at Bemidji State, We are trying to build up 
our wild rice business and I hope to find/make time to do the 
writing that txhe unexpected developments of this summer prevented nie 

from doing. Basically we enjoy our life up here and tiie setting 

we are getting along quite well now, better than we did last year. 

Let US know how things are going with you both and the children. 
And no matter how many different kinds of fool I may seem, write* 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

Sept. 16, 1962 




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Dear Pete and i^nne: 

Realizing that this may set a bad precedent, and one I may repret 
I shall answer your letter promptly. On a lazy. sunny sSday 
^5«^in°°" /''"^^ ?° ^° any lengths to avoid work. Besid^, Jr 
gradmg is done for once (quite an accoxaplislament for en inglish 

^o^^AA®^®'^ 'i^^stion department. Nancy 's assistantship is for 
*2,000 per year — for two years, if she wants it. In return she 
teaches two freshinan -nglish classes. can take gr^duate coursefjf 
she so desires — and ahe does. 

I enjoy my teaching at Cass Lake; this is the start of my tliird year 
rnf hi^^^^'""? <3nd crowding for curriculum enrichment, were tempora- 
rily blocked xn mdyear last year, but are more than xtaking up for 
it tnis year. I have two sections apiece of llth and 12th>rade 
Pnfnl^^'^Ü f °'' section of 8th grqde that I could do without, but 
enjoy. .Ira doing sone v;ork in remedial reading and. in general 
making a nuisance of myself on such matters as iucvk lib?ary books 
new desks, dictionar ies, etc. I like it. "ooks, 

In re rice. No harvest tiiis year; crop failure due to high water 
T L^o.*^^?^ ''";}^ ""^""f growing cycle. The Company is still läm^img, 
I am still sellmg via mail order. Summer misadventure due t? AI' s 
inyolvement in somethlng viewed by some, including an Illinois dis- 
trict attorney, as shady dealing. Talk of a grand jury fizzled and 
after an uncomfortable two months, it was all over. I was not per-' 
sonally involved. More defails verbally. ^ 

h«v«'^f^^?l^? °u ""^J^.?^^? Island, but if all your other friends 
have it, I'll cheerfully insinuate it ihto the Cass Lake library. 
We have acquired a new(er) truck, but it cost me my summer to pey 
for it ~ a summer I had hoped to devote to writing. 

L^t^ '^fP? T° s^eat out a new novel undef the delusion, as school 
ended, that I cou.d turn my back on the v«rld and my baAker. I was 
mistaken. ^s the summer turned out, I earned enough workinr for AI 
and learned even more. But I would still have preferred to have 
known less, not have had to take a Job, and written. 

I suspect Smith wi 1 end up in the .j^my when his debts (for buyin« 

^.•^h r°^^®' ^""^ "^""'-^^^ ^P ^^^^' ^'^^ interest in mechanics, at 
toich he became very good , has been supplanted by an interest in 
selling and business — in the long run he \vill probably go on to 

Paul, taller than I and {I would guess) stronger, is a junior this 
year - taking 2nd year üerman, chemistry, 2nd ylar algeSa !- and 
on the school wrestling team, stage crew and paper staff. In his 
spare time he likes girls. Derek is in lOth ^ade, takiAg Sd yfar 
Innu".^ l"" r ^'r^^^^f^^f ^«^th class, f r etting becaise there ?s no? 
nnnnMi / w si^ce he is only on stage crew, in dramatics, on studont 
Council 4-H secretary (a Job he loathes) and hqlf a dozeA other 
thmgs 1 can't keep track of. An A Student. He would like to like girls 



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I have thought about gunneling a canoe. I don't think I'll try it, 
because every time I think about it I have a mental picture of 
going ass over teakettle into the vvater» 

Mofte enter taining topio for conversation: have you read Grolding? 
Dürr eil (different genre)? I re-read Tender is the Night recently, 
found it a strenger and rieh er book than I had remembered — 
streng on insigtits, rieh in language, juvenile in approach to 
romantic love. I liked the Dürr eil Alexaniäria ^uartet, not as 
passionately in retrospect as at the time of reading, and am 
frightened by Qolding. 

Seen the Innooents? Childrens Hour? Extent of good movies seen 
by US, except Ingmar Bergman creations. Saw good stage play 
last spring — Bertold Brecht »s R:ivate Lives of the Master Race. 

Overseas fellowship? 



ROBERT TREUER 

WABOOSE WOODS, ROUTE 3 
BEMIDJI, MINN. 

March 4, 1962 



Dear Peter and Enne: 



Both Nancy and I 
to leave the boy 
silly (Nancy and 
my silliness. I 
üiÄÄi time, were 
back to a bad ep 
and I went to th 
thus burdened in 



want to go on a canoe trip, but I am unv/illing 
s without parental supervision. This may sound 

the boys seem to think so), but I»m sticking by 

just wouldn't be comfortable during the entire 
both of US to leave simultaneously. This goes 
isode we had at home a few months ago when Nancy 
e Cities for a week-end. I don't expect to be 

another year» 



\vhen you first suggested a quatre, Nancy was very responsive but 
I was lukewarm* I*m still lukewarm, so I think we'd better forego 
this year. 



Counter 
without 
of hour 
Starts) 
a Serie 
country 
Ca SS La 
premise 
by the 
supervi 



-proposition: would yo 
kids, with us? I expe 
s of writing a day, bet 
J Perhaps a week or mo 
s of delightful excursi 
, 1*11 grant you, but I 
ke being entertained by 
s, or v^hether or not th 
boys (who are to operat 
sion) • 



u care to spend some time, with or 
et to be unoccupied, save for a couple 
ween mid-July and Aug. 20 (when ricing 
re in our deluxe Granary (screened in), 
ons . . • ? Not as good as canoe 
won't have concern about half of 
my eldest son at a beer party on the 
e nightly bank deposit has been made 
e a miniature golf place under my 



The other night, disturbed by an unusual noise, I rose and, grasping 
the '22, dashed into the yard, It was bitterly cold outside. Sensing 
something out of order at the barn, I headed in that direction# 
Black shadows darted everywhere. I fired repeatedly, but apparently 
missed. It turned out that a pack of wild north ern pike had attempted 
to att^ck our rabbits. Only time will teil if there is an issue. 
I tracked the marauders through deep snow to our second lake* It 
was so cold that night that the last of the pike, attempting to 
re-enter the lake through a small hole in the ice, was caught by 
the rapidly freezing water# Solidly frozen, the latter half 
protruded through the ice. It measured three feet, The ice 
thickness, that is. A meese story in return. 

Vve've had -50 on a couple of occasions, plenty of snow and (tonight) 
roads virtually drifted shut. My past two week-ends have been spent 
purchasing wild rice for the instant rice plant at Grand Rapids. 
A grand feeling, spending someone eise's money, ssyliies: All ritslit, 
we'll buy ten thousand pounds if the price is right, Last year's 
was a bumper crop, but I expect something close to a crop failure 
this year. 

I'm sorry Darthmouth displayed its arrogant ignorance. I will never 
contribute to their alumni fundl I am disappointed, of course, since 
the opportunity seemed so matched to your interests and talents. 



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American institutions of higher learning appear so compulsive 
to become more moribund than European Universities. One wonders 
about this headlong plunge into the trappings of decadence. 
Doctorates* Publlcations. Claptrap and f iddle-faddle» How 
many universities or Colleges care how one teaches, what one's 
strengths as an instructor are? 



Just be thankful that itai tricorne hats and gold braid are out of 
fashion, or Professors would advance in direct Proportion to the 
tonnage of gilt their padded Shoulders support. Perhaps ax small 
indication — a subtle hint — of Status: the next time some hallowed 
Institution shows an interest in einploying you, drop a very casual 
mention that your hobbies include x cdllecting ä± Rolls-Royces» 



Ahh. I^in too bitter to v/rite letters today* 
only in published novels. 



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BowDoiN College 

Brunswick, Maine 



DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 



20 Aüril 1961 



Dear Enne & Peter & children, 

Today is our John's 12th birthday and I think it is your youiifrest's 
birthday also. I hope all Amanns are healthy and happy for the occasion. 
How I wDuld like to see you. 

I decided, terribly reluctantly, against going out to the Mississippi 
Valley meeting. It is a major frustration but thsre are just a thousand 
reasons why I feit it would not be wise to go out now. It is not so much 
the financial aspect of the thing, Peter, as your letter would indicate. 
It is partly time, partly health, partly the numerous distractions here 
just now. Partly the fact that Gina has this week off and we h^ve decided 
to put the Weekend to some constructive use. 

I am recovering from my third \rout of the late winter or early spring 
season with a strep throat infection. Every time I get pooped out and 
run down it recurs. And I got through the entd^ winter until the first 
of Maren without even a snifflel It is not that going out to Detroit WDuld 
exhaust me — it is the catching up with affairs here on my return, Beoause 
I am terribly behind in everything. 

Well, the College is moving — slox^ly, like a creaky ox cart, but moving. 
You will.be sad, I am sure, to learn (if you have not alreacfy heard) that 
some weeks ago Ken Boyer was "promoted" to the job of College editor, 
which means that he will edit the catalogue and do various other harmless 
things. The selection of a new librarian is expected to be announced any 
day now. I have not been involved in this and I don*t know who we are 
going to get. But it will be an improvement. The thing that finally did 
it was a series of resolutions introduced in facully meeting by George 
Bearcfe, of all people. They had to do with the desperate need of a new 
library, the poor morale among library oersonnel, and various other 
things that needed correction. The library committee, to whom the reso- 
lutions were referred, had a series of meeting«^, called Boyer in for 
hearings, and the next thing we knew this announcement raome out. 

Coles is now talking in terms of a new library building, instead of 
expanding the present one . The present one might become an administration 
building, which no one likes very much. 

T am chrirman of a committee which is planninpr thd building of the 
new Senior center. I have spent literally more time on this work this 
Semester than on teaching. But if we get (a) some decent architecture, 
and (b) a good orogram for the seniors, it will hpve been worth it, 
There is a oretty good Chance we will get a different architect. The 
senior architect with McKim, Mead, ^ White (that is the senior active 
one), who is now the President of the successor finn of Steinman, 
Cain, and something or other, is a man named Walker Cain. He lectured 

here last.month. It was miserable. Last night we had a lecture by your 



Birmin^am neiphbor, Minoru Yamasaki. He was terrific — articulate, witty, 
willing to Point out some of the mi stak es he thought he had made on the 
slides he showed. T was invited to introduce him, which was fun. And 
there were drinks and conversation afterward. He had a good crowd and a 
sympathetic one« The key question is whether Coles, who says he wants 
to make a break, wants to do it badly enough to build a bonfire under 
his stuf^ trustees and overseers. 

As Ar as the program is concemed, T don'b think most of the upstarts 
care much what we do, just so we do something different and experimental. 
■^^^e are playing around with various ideas — an interdepartmental course, 
a whole pile of brief seminar-type courses on more or less specialized 
subjects, and a number of wild schemes. Paul Hazelton is head of the 
coTTimittee that is working on this aspect of the thing. Tt includes 
Gordon Hiebert, Roy Greason, Bill Shipman, and Ernst Helmreich. Everybody 
except Ernst wants change. 

There have been various traumatic experiences, most notably a Hall- 
Coxe effort to reform the English Dept curriculum, It failed, but for a 
variety of reasons. I think there is just no doubt that the D?^ggett- 
Brown-Noel Little-Helmreich-etc . - grio on this Institution is broken. 
So we will see what hapoens. The Senior Center is not regarded as a 
panacea by anyone, I don't think. But it hapoens to be the only available 
handle to get hold of to shake the place up a bit. It is "available" in 
the sense that Coles is red hot for it. It will weaken the hold of the 
frats on the College and it will enable us to introduce various academic 
experijflents (x-rhich could be introduced without the Senior Center, but 
wouldn^t be.) 

We are stsying here this summer. ^s there any Chance of luring you 
here f or a week or so? I seem to remember that you had mentioned the 
possibility of a western tour comoarable to ours last summer. I have in 
mind the Amann schedule of a 5? 00 a.m, to noon work day and some out-of- 
doors things in the afternoon, }fy friend from Amherst, Ben DeMott, who 
used to spend summer s in Blue Hill, Maine, has given us his hld and 
badly beat-up lU foot catboat. "4; needs all kinds o/ repairs and a new 
sail, but we are going to fix it up and put it in the water. David is 
quite excited about this. As we all are. 

Gina is still teaching, and will teach 7th grade next year. We hope 
no one discover^s that her certificate expired last January. She will 
have to take courses this summer to get it renewed. . ^he has been involved 
in committee work too. She has been working on a study of the entire 
social studies curricuium and textbook Situation from first grade through 
high school. I don*t think any earth-shaking reforms are possible, but 
at least people are thinking critically about the program. 

I am expecting my parents to come east from Chicago to soend some 
time with us, and some with my brother in New York City. They are petting 
pretty old to makp the trio and we are trsn'n^ to nersu^de them to give up 
the apartment out there and relocate in the East near one of us. I don*t 
know what will happen. 

T am sorry about my limitations a» a correspondent. You are not the 
only suffereid. T had a shocking experience when a Student came in to 
thank me for vrriting the U. of Chicago Law School on his behalf, and to 
report that I must have seid the rlght things, because he had been accepted, 
I didn*t teil him that 1 hadn't even gotten rny letter written yet! 

Behave yourselves. And do come East this summer if at all possible. 




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October 22, 1959 



Professor William B. Whiteside 
2k Page Street 
Bninsvick, Maine 

Dear Bill: 



It ie Just about time that I f inally got aroiuid to vriting to you, but not 
having heeurd from you all summer rny sense of guilt is not too cu:ute« At 
the same time, we are now more or less settled, and I can look on oxxr new 
environraent vrlth some^hat less harassed eyes. 

Enne, the kids and I really made the most of our last Maine summer and ve 
axe gleui that we did» Aside from o\ir cemoe trip, we went to the beach and 
driving around whenever we possible coxild, although I did get throxigh my 
remaining microfilms from the French archivea* In any case, we did störe 
t^ memories and sights of Maine \^ich shoiild keep \xß going for a while in 
our present surroundings • Actually, the area aroimd Rochester where we 
live, only falls Short of Maine Standards, but is very pleasant by mid- 
western ones: a rolling kind of country with partly farm, partly suburban 
developments, but enough woods to give you a sense of a nature yet to be 
spoiled. 

We got a large first floor apartmcnt in downtown Rochester which, after all 
kinds of mishaps, we now rather like and have fumished far bcyond our 
ability to pay. We have even boiight a grand piano and Enne will teach voice 
in one of our rooms which is a real natural for a studio. She is xinder tha 
slight handicap, however, of expecting a baby in April« Both of our kids 
are respactively in school and nursery school, the former of which is al- 
right and the latter quite good. Believe it or not, I am even quite active 
in the local PTA of which I am secretary* If you have any ^Bt programs 
from your PTA's which were successful, I would appreciate them greatly. 
The Organization in which I am involved is not overly dynamic and I don*t 
even want to mention the word imaginative. 

I want to tcüic most of all about the school itself for more than academie 
reaAons» l^ere is an opening for an American historian here for next year 
which, I think, you should at least think about. As far as the details of 
the Job are concemed, it would presxunably involve two sections of American 
History and one section of the course which I am now teaching, and in faet 
which we all eure toaching, nmtly Western Institutions and Social Ideas 
which is primarily a history of politieal, philosophical and religious 
thoughts with primary en^hasis on the documents themselves rather than the 
Standard Western Civilisation. While not history, it is fun to teach. As 
far as the Americom historian is concemed, they are willing to go as high 
as associate professor, although I suspect they would prefer getting someone 



ProfeBBor Whlteslde 



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October 22, 1959 



on the asBlstant level. Solar icB are imBettled but, as you know, in my caae I 
got no aBBlBtance in moving but $1,000 more than at Bowdoin vhich of courBe in- 
cluded a Jump in rank. 

Now about iny personal experience here. Ify overall iit^jreBBion iB really quite 
favorable. The school really doeB have a stir of excitement about it dcBpite 
or, I hate to admit it, perhapB becauße of all the deliberate emd scientifically 
deßigned and launched ballyhoo. The curriculum aa set up BtreBBeB general 
education even though concessionB have been made to engineering and buBineBB 
adminißtration. The ßtudent body in terms of teßt ßcoreß iß apparently no 
better tlian that at Michigan State lanßing which iß not ßaying a good deal. On 
the other hand, their attitude toward their work iß an almoßt incredible contraßt 
to that found at Bowdoin. Aß you may remember, my conatant griping on the ßubject 
ßeverely teßted your equanimity, but I am not griping here. Moßt of the studentß, 
and I would ßay thiß iß really an overwhelming percentage of them, do the beßt 
they can or very close to it and are not ashaned to ßhow some intereßt. The beßt 
ßtudents that I have, I voidd say, are better than at Bowdoin, the worst are far 
worse than anything you TOuld encountor. The faculty, my impreßßion is, iß really 
quite outßtanding. While I am not one to make a fetißh of youth, at leaat you do 
not have anyone with veßted intereßt s in a particular ßituation. Everything iß 
fluid and can be influenced and iß ßußceptible to a pxißh in different directionß. 
Hbopeß, the Dean, iß really a man who iß intereßted and who iß primarily a teacher 
and an intellectual. The Chancellor'ß heart iß, I think, in the right place, al- 
though he will obvioußly be under all kinds of conflicting presßures. Anyway, to 
Bum it up, I have enjoyed it here and think that I will continue to do so even 
though at present I am teaching the ßame courße over again. Next yoar we ßhall 
be branching out into actual history ßubjoctß. 

If you are at all actively or paßßively intereßted Bill, I would ßuggeßt that you 
ßend your qualifications to either Robert Hbopeß who iß the Dean, or to George T. 
Matthews who iß in Charge of hißtory recruitmeat. It might do you nc iiarji in any 
caae. 

We would love to find out how all of you are doing, how your ßummer was, etc., 
•tc. How iß my replacement? I shall writo to Emßt very ßhortly. Give our love 
to Gina and your kidß. 



Peter 



Peter Airann 
(until Sept 1) 
c/o Robert Treuer, 
Poute #3, W&boose ^oods, 
Bemidjl, Winn. 

AugUBt 14, i960 
D«Är Whitt^sides, 

Wa feit terrible fonfardlng tl Ib aralancjpre of bilie whlch must have 
greeted Kiiik you with quiet glee al your paient*» house. Judglng fro© your 
letter you people seem to he.ve had a reali-y pieaeaiit trip and In fact, whether 
inspired by you or soire deap subcoriacioua stirringa, Enne is agitating that we 
go on a western trip next siimmer. 

W# are abjut to head for innesota ria. route 17 t. rough Canada and 
Sault St. llÄario, We are sorry that w^a siiai-. ud&a each other. ^e are oiarining 
to Combine the AlIA Convention with pleasure cHid unlike somethint; goes wrong 
? ne pians to coiae bo we may see you then. 

Altogether the sximmer has gone quita nicely and much too fast. We 
bave all enjoyed Maine ==Jid being in yet out of Bowdoin has much bo be sa:^d for 
It, ©one's guitar leaeorR with Lisi Eiloy havö beer, very auccessful f=^i\<i she's 
also sung *i couple of tin^es .-it her old stand &t the Christian Scientiats who 
now pay the raunificent fee of $ 5 a Sunday as against the oaltry $ 4 of yore. 
I hMTe gotten a lot of work done but have gooten on taro many side-tracks ifhich 

are ultinately profitable bat hare prerented iLe finishlng any one thing as I 
bad piaurjed. I dld ^jet word that the Roui^xriic Review (romance iani^ige Journal) 
has accepted ny ::rt1cle on Talne and Tocqueville whlch 1 had sent in at the end 
of Fejruary. TTiat the heil, provided ons does not end up wlth delusions of 
grandöur, I don't mind playing thls Publishing game a nd a gwce It lg, Neediess 
to say w«» have been to Feld, Popham, Sebago and ni>e^» ^d but have abandoned 
the clajr gsx digging aftar overeating the firat/ireMJkMpt^ifß were here. Your 



backyard hae been wonderful and so has your bada nton^ T * 

About our financial arrangements, w« ar« le«vlng the check you sent back 
slnce by non our phone (and western union) oill on xong dist^mc»* stuff is clos« 
to tVis. le would ap reciate your not cashing it ui»tii about Sept. 5. We are 
awar« that we ehall still bo owicg you for one electric for about three weeks or 
2 1/2 so don't have qualü» «bcmt sendlng us a statement ^f our share. A« to the 
BAt#rifi.lB, accordlng to rcy hap-haaard accounting we are just about eve^.. Inciden- 
tally, you may regret oy h.uving J>ought the cheapest (and obviously greeneat) lum- 
ber for the fculkhead uid the siding; both are ooiing sap through the paint, A 
botter i^rtide would, however, have beon twice or more than twlce 'd& much. If you 
feel tha I rave deprived you of your ha py llttle chores für a year, let me re- 
assure you, Bill: after 1 fixed the little gate the big one has br»coroe partly un- 
hinged, there is ü dry-rot in tt-^ posts in the g^rage which shouli Kaep you going 
for a w/.ile. My own ajiibitlons soon reached the prlcked baloon a^age. 



1 aa pfutting a ne?.' tube in the front wheel of David» s Mko (tho oldor one) 
•lnC3 tl e ;ld oßo waii too bad t; patch (1 tried). I ir.ust corfess that so: ethirg 
ha pened to John' 9 pump: as I v.as working it, it suddenly beoasa disassanbled and 
•ven though it appe^^rs to have no mora than four or five parte, 1 häven't been 
abla to gat It to worK. This is a rather sad comr.ent-^ry on my ictallkgance, I am 
afraid. Bana's confession« involved the rubber plant: even though ahe watered 
thMi conscieritiüusiy, they have been losing is'^.ves badly. It may hav.- f&er\ in- 
adäquate lU'bting or oar DDT»ing the house to get rid of Vic^y's hopplrf llttle 
friends (successful on sec nd tryl). Other than that, the place is re/ognisable. 

Peter 



Oc tober 27th »59 



Dear Peter and Enne, 



Many, raany thanks for your letter, Peter. I have had feel- 
ings of gTiilt and regret both about not writing you this summer 
and about not seeing you before you left for Michigan« I am 
about as pokey as letter-writer as article-writer. 

It is fine news that you are expecting an addition. I 
would expact it to be a boy this tiae« But no matter which sex, 
if #3 is as bright, attractive, and charming as Paula and Sandra, 
••if* will be a worthy addition to the Amann clan, I hope you are 
feeling well, Enne, and that all will go easily for you. 

You know, we all thought (or at least I did) that you had 
three children when you were under consideration for the Bowdoin 
Job — or, rather, that you had two and were expecting #3. Peter 's 
papers gave an anticipatory "2" under "nuniber of children", and 
I think in corre^ondence with Ernst you mentioned that the timing 
of your trip east could be awkward for Enne. From which I assumed 
that #3 was on the way. 

Actually I think we got back from Cambridge before your de- 
parture, although I was at the time under the Impression you had 
left. It must have been about the 19th or 20th of August, and 
it seeas to me we called to leam your phone was disconnected. 
But we were almost depperately afraid of being cheated out of a 
Camping trip, since Gina had duties at Coffin School the week 
before Labor Day and it was the last 10 days of August or never. 
We stayed in to«n 2 night s, saw no one, borrowed an outboard motor 
boat, loaded the car, and set out. We had a few days at Mount 
Blue State Park, and then four days at Moosehead Lake. We can^ed 
out, swam and went boating, fished with no exciting results, and 
generally relaxed for the first time in years. David and Jojm 
each brought a friend (David 's friend being the owner of the boat 
and trailerl ) so we really had a carful. For this reason we made 
a less extensive trip than originaLly planned, for we had considered 
going to Baxter State Park and then over to the Coast. But this 
was great, and since it took us to parts of the State we had not 
seen, it was no matter. 

After the retum to Brunswick for the second time I leamed, 
I think from AI King, that you had left, but apparently since our 
first arrival. 

The Summer went fairly well. Gina had a very bu^ time of it. 
There were four practice teachers and one master teacher in her 
fifth-grade class, which met momings five days a week. The chil- 
dren were drawn from towns in Qreater Boston. Most of them were 
well above the average in abilit:^; this was not a session for 
failing Student s to make up deficiencies. I gather that the pro- 
gram has a fairly good reputation. Aftemoons she had lectures, 
etc. Her day started a 8 a.m. and ran until U:30 p.m., and in ad- 
dition she had reading assignments, one tent paper, preparation 



for the practice teaching, etc. Fridays at UOO p.m. we set out 
for East Hampton, Conn., for the weekend / with Gina's family and 
our children. Mondays at 5:00 a.m. we started back. It made a 
hectlc suiraner, b\it lots of fun and quite a change, especially for 
Gina. She had many criticisras of the program, bnt did find it 
worth while, Among other things, she feels freer to open her 
mouth here in Brunswick now that she has had soine work in Bdiication. 
I an glad to report that she gained new respect for the Brunswick 
System and personnel. From what she saw of the Newton System, which 
is supposed to be one of the best in the country, she did not feel 
it was superior to ours at elementaiy leveL at least. 

T worked quite a bit on religious thought— specific ally agnos- 
ticism and the religious response thereto. I am working on an 
article on the varieties of agnosticism current in the 1870 's and 
1880* s, and the religious response thereto. It is practically 
iiapossible to neasure the extoat of agnosticism or the strength of 
its hold in this period as opposed to other periods, but I am 
struggling to come up with either a jt^^^ji/^ means of raeasuring 
it or at least a critique of past generalizations about its hold. 
Most of the work in Am. religious history for this period merely 
includes agnosticism among a nuniber of '•challenges'» that produced 
the Social Gospel as response, and this, I think, is too vague 
and general. I worked mostly in Journals— Standard things like 
North Am. Review and Populär Science Monthly, and a good many 
more or less dreary denorainational quarterlies~and also Pam- 
phlets and books. Widener has a lot, and Boston Public and Andover- 
Harvard have soroe things not in Widener. 

I also got into the papers of Robert A. Woods, settlonent 
house worker of South Knd House, Boston. This Supplement ed work 
the Summer before on Jacob Riis at the Lib. of Congress. Now if 
I can get to Swarthmore for a look at the ffane Addams materials 
I will have a represtotative sampling of social reform opinion 
in New York, Boston, aid Chicago. I am specifically interested 
in criticism of "reform" by reformers— their awareness of llmita- 
tions, objection to over-organization of reform, contempt for 
uninformed and uncritical do-gooders, etc. An article is committedj 
my proposal to present a paper on this siabect at the Mississippi 
Valley meeting next spring has been accepted. 

We are having a pretty good year here so far. S})ike addressed 
the AAÜP chapter on "thB problems facing the College.'' He mentioned 
the need for teaching "efficiency" and the ideas of Beardsley Ruml. 
He exuded good will and most of his listeners seemed to be impressed 
by the sincerity of his efforts to solve the financial problera for 
the decade ahead. But he said he had no specific reforms in mind 
a la Ruml, merely that he hoped the faculty would explore ways of 
teaching that would enable each professor to reach more students, 
thus saving money for higher faculty salaries, which he says must 
be doubled in a very Short time. I objected on one point. He said 
that more efficient use of classrooms might help, but that the 
maintenance of all buildings required only about 20^ of the operating 
budget, so that the chance for saving there was relatively insignifi- 
cant. Ul1LlifiiiWi4^ If yo^ elirainated all buildings, and had 
teachers and students on logs after Mark Hopkins, you would reduce 
your budget by only about 205J. So I asked him what would happen 
if you fired all the faculty, and had only students and buildings. 



He Said this would reducd the budget by about S0%. I asked whether 
this was for teaching faculty or all personnel, and he said teaching 
faculty, although it inclndes in additioniO^ to stlattes certain 
things you have to have for jovr faculty, I sippose he meant Offices, 
OUT piddling secretarial system, fringe benefits, and the like. Even 
so, I don't believe hira. Nevertheless, I think that less evil thoughts 
about OUT President are current than before the ineeting. 

Yoiar successor is all right, but he is no Peter Amann. He is 
enthusiastic , likes Bowdoin, and to my aging seif he seertis a bit im- 
mature. Also he talks too much for the taste of a reserved person 
like myself . He is fairly smart but by no means brilliant. I 
am asking him to do some of thelecturing in History 11, and also 
help with the senior Am. history work. He doesn't come up witb 
interesting and unusual interpretive ideas as you did, but he is 
perfectly adequate. 

Well, I am delighted that you would be willing to consider 
having me as a colleague. I will write Hoopes eaq^ressing interest. 
ünless Bowdoin fires me, I would not go unless I got an associate 
professorship. Thank you very much for telling me about this, 
Peter. I sm going to hedge on how I would react if Michigan State 
Oaklend offered üb a job and Spike met the offer as to rank and 
aalary. I just don't know. A lot would depend upon ray impressions 
of the men other than yourself and Hoopes. And I suppose a lot would 
depend on what happens here duriJig the next few months. I don't 
think I could stand a repeat of some of the nonsense we had here ^ 

last year. )^/'^^ ^^^^"^"^tS^ 

The business of a promotion and tenure schedule here iä not 
settled yet. Spike has indicated his omn general approvalr But he 
wants to discuss it once more with the Dept. chairmen. I don't 
think they will block it, but you raay remember that lawt year they 
were split about 50-50. But I don't think the issue was clear to 
all of thB» (it probably never would be) and you know how an issue 
can get muddled with JSC as presiding of ficer. Ernst, incidentally, 
has been elected to the Advisory Coramittee by the füll professors. 

Well, I have got to get to work. Thank you for writing, and 
please forgive me for my long silence. 




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P.S. We are sticking to a problems approach to History 11, but instead 
of 8 weeks on a textbook we are altemating periods of general studjr 
with Problems. I think that with a more alert student body, the 8 weeks 
thing might have worked. But they seero happier with this, We are 
repeat ing the Constitution problem, will take up Causes of Civil War 
using Kenneth Stampp anthology of readings, then will take up Lincoln 
again, but using a Dell Books anthology on Lincoln plus Bruce Catton's 
U. S. Qrant. I didn't feel I had enough to go on from the questionnaires, 
they were generally favorable, but therc were only 1^ fröre the lii,tle 
bastards, and the specific suggestions weren't terribly imaginative» 
Hell, maybe I will move if I get the chancel 



21 Page St., Brunswick 
Thurs. Jan. 21 '60 




Dear Peter: 

I have no time to write— exam to draft for Hist. 2? tomorrow, some 
Pamphlets from Widener to read for the essay on reform, decide which to 
duplicate on the new gadget, letters of reo. long overdue, kids Coming 
in for Office hour Conference, John home alone with a aLight bug, must 
be checked on from t±nB to time, and other concerns great and trivial. But 
I have just read your letter, which was delivered as I left the house to 
come over to the office. As could have been predicted, I am heartened and 
bouyed up and stimulated and challenged and also I suppose a trifle irritated, 

^«^ Heartened because you approve of the general idea and see what T am driv- 

yN ing at. So far, without exception, all people in two categories share your 
' ^ "^ Views and mine — all junior rank people at Bowdoin, and all non-Bowdoin people 
' who have seen the report. All Deople in a third categoiy are distressed— 
senior rank people at Bowdoin, including Bmst and the three senior members of 
the Committee — H. R. Brown, Athern Daggett, and the Dean of the College. 

But the above generalizations don't mea,n much because I have not given 
the thing wide distribution. I am still in the process of handing it to 
other people here. I want to talk to Shioman about it, but haven't yet. Also 
Pontecorvo et al. 

I am glad to hear what you say about Reed. I will see if I can find 
more out about them. Daggett astonished me in cur last committee meeting by 
venturing (nore dogmatically than he usually does)that interdepartmental courses 
required for all students were the rage for a while but they have not worked 
out well on the whole and are on the decline. Natur ally I asked him for some 
evidence and he didnH have any, except that he understood that Dartmouth and 
Amherst were on the r>oint of giving up such courses (he is wrong about Amherst, 
though there are some faculty feeLings against the soph. Am. Civilization course. 
It may well be revamped but I don't think there is any Chance it will be dropped). 

What I find slightly irritating are your comments on such things as the 
reason for having the committee as ODoosed to the alternative possibility of 
letting the B&G staff work out facilities enlargement, your certainty that 
not only this scheme but no significant change has a Chance here, etc. etc. 
But, since my attitude toward this olace has shifted considerably in your dir- 
ection (as I belle ve I recall confessing to y6^ in Chicago), I am not nearly 
so bothered as I was by your chapel Speech last year. Therefore, no rejoinderi 

Actually, I think some change is not only Dossible but inevi table. I don't 
think Coles would accent adding 2 or 3 new fratemities to accomodate the increase, 
even if our committee or the faculty as a whole favored it. I think there will 
definitely be a commons for one class unless someone comes up with some scheme 
so far not advanced. You are quite right that I haven't a orayer of a chance, 
but I am going to work like mad for a commons arrangement for freshmen or sopho- 
mores on the assumption that we can go on from there to do something interesttag 
with the kids. Actually I think there is a prayer of a chance. If I could just 
set Coles on fire ( what a lot of kindling that would require)| unjte the junior 
faculty plus a few of the füll profs such as üerhaps Root, Leith, Taylor, Gustaf son. 
Hall, Dane, Coxe; generate some student agitationf and hire a brass band I 



116 



P A U L I N E 



BOULEVARD 



ANN 



A R B O R 



MICHIGAN 



29 NovetBber 1959 



Dear Petert 



I dont know whether you will remember mei I am a friend of your father'e 
and it must be quite a long time since we have seen each other. I have, however, 
received news of your carreer from tim^. My firet wife, Gertrud, just wrote me 
after a vieit with your mother, that you are teaching in RScheeter, Yo^ throug^ 
the reversö linee of coranunication, know that I have been here in Ann Arbor at 
the University for the last seven years. I should be very^pleased to renew our 
acquaintance and meet your wife, Are you ever Coming to Ann Arbor? If so let 
me know so that we can get together. I am right now ä« a aabbatical which I am 
spending, rather unceremoniously, at home - at le^st until March or April. This 
gives me also more flexibility than I uaually have, so that I could see you here 
almost at any time* By the way, as a hlstorian you may be interested that I have 
been working on the ai]fl.ication of psychology to historical problems, mostly in 
association with William Willcox of our history department. 

Let me know when you can come to Ann Arbor, In the meantime best 
wishes from house to house, 

Cordiall 





rick Wya^t't 



honestly think something could be done. I am willing to be insubordinate 
enough to publish it for students to see because I am not worried about being 
fired — I don't think I would be, and I wouldn't care if I were. You know, 
Peter, the warst think about really setting out to rouse the rabble is Ernst. 
He has very serious limitations, but for what he is he is terrific and I have 
a lot of respect for him, Moreover, he has been wonderful to me (as you know), 
and he is knocking himself out to get me promoted. It isn't as if he were mad 
at me about this, it is rather that he is a bit hurt by it« After all, it is a 
broadside directed against his course as much as anything eise, Perhaps I only 
imagine his feelings — we haven*t discussed it since his expression of horror 
when he f irst saw ray report. But he is too inflexible to work effectively 
in such a course, and while he would go along with it if the faculty voted it, 
he would never in this world enjoy it. 

One point on which I disagree with you is the nature of our Overseers & 
Trustees, While they are by no means bold policy-makers, I think they will go 
along with anything the faculty and administration come up with. The real 
trouble here is the senior faculty, and that could be overcome if we just had 
a President with some brains and vigor» 

Perhaps the most distressing thing is that too many key senior faculty 
will still be around for 10 to l5 years. The College can't afford to wait 
that long. And even if it could, I see ^/i signs that some of the next-in- 
line men, given another decade of aging in the wood, won*t be much of an im- 
provement, Pols for example, pröbably Dane, Storer, Chittim, Darling is bold 
enough but scatter brained. Carre is a question mark. I am personnlly extremely 
fond of him, but I don't regard him as intellectually very adventurous. 

So, should Whiteside get off his behind and look for greener pastures? 
I blow hot and cold on this one. Two weeks ago I actually sat down at the 
typewriter to write you asking for your man 's füll name and address, assuming 
you haven't hired yet. But I decided not at this time, being a Bowdoin con- 
servative« Let me cook up this book, or at least a half-dozen articles, in the 
peaceful atmosphere of sleepy ol* Bowdoin, and see what I can do after improv- 
ing my raarketability somewhat. The trouble is I am getting so I can't walk 
down the corridor past Daggett's office, and look down toward Herbie*s, without 
feeling a sort of mounting rage and frustration. And as long as I'm here 1*11 
no doubt burn up a lot of energy over tiying to do something. 

A leavc would be the thing. Unfortunately ACIS sent a reject notice. 
Oscar Handlin, whom I saw in Cambridge Monday, expressed surprise~the basis 
for any notion that the thing was in the bag excapes me. But there is one 
more application in the woiks (Howard Foundation at Brown, offers U or 5 
fellowships each year). And Oscar rather cryptically asked me how late in 
the year I could teil Bowdoin I was going to be away for a year, and insisted 
that I notify him immediately when T hear about the Howard. Obviously he has 
some possibility in mind, but he didn^t want to say what. So we'll see, 

Only a supreme egotist could have written such a long letter only about 
himself and his own affairs. I tried to convey your greetings to people here 
who seemed to fit in the category of "everybody.** Larry Hall spoke well of you, 
and commentcd sharply and accurately on the contrast between last year 's and 
this year 's holder of your position. Several of the majore, including Butchman 
and Jones aid I think Kohl, asked whether I had seen you and how you were. 



Enne, I hope you are as comfortable as possible, and that all will go 
well. I was pleased to hear from Peter that you are musically active. 

Gina is working aipfully hard, and except for periods when it gets her 
down she is in veiy good spirits» She is fascinated by teaching, sits up latc 
at night thinking up things, and generally wears her seif out. But enjoys it 
very very much. Public school teaching has its frustrations too, but they are 
not hing compared with Bowdoinl Here in Brunswick the schools are still iraprov- 
ing, in my opinion, although there are some dark spots, Have some fun with 
your Russian classes. 



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Simday April 3 »60 



Dear Peter & Enne, 

Sorry to be pokey aboutp^eplying, especially as I know you 
are anxious to complete arrangements, There are still enough 
iincertainties here that it is hard to know v/hat to say, 

But how does this sound: Our place will be available 
June 16th^ and you can stay until August lOth. It is con- 
ceivable that things will so develop that our return will be 
later than that, in whicb case you are of course welcome to 
stay on — at no extra rent of course. But I don't think we 
had better commit things beyond the lOth, At any event we 
v/ill not be back on the East coast before August Ist, and 
we will plan to spend some time at Gina»s family^s place in 
East Hampton (Conn.), returning to Brunswick on or after Aug. 
llfeh. Let US know whether that would be agreeable with you. 

I got a rejct notice from LeDuc of Oberlin, simply saying 
that the position had been filled. No reference to any second 
vacancy. 

I have not sent Horizon anything yet, but have intentions. 

By all means let me know when you v/ill be in Cambridge. 
Plan to come here if you have time, and if at all possible to 
get away I will go down tp see you in Cambridge. Perhaps 
we could drive \\eicej6<>€u:CkjiyL. Ä^^^ . 

This is an abrupt note but Gina is waiting with coat onJto 
go out, and I want this to make today^s outgoing mail from txie 
P.O. There are more arrangements to talk over but the dates 
are the crucial matter. Be sure to let us know how this strikes 
you. 



I»ll teil 
not entirely a 



you more about the Danforth Conference 
rice-Christian affair. 



It is 



Has the baby come yet? 



Yours, 



ßuje 



<• «■ • 



April 23, 1960 




yOüjL 



Dear Eiine and Peter 
Sandra, Paula, and X 

Any results yet? Surely there njust be, 

Things havti been clarified here somewhat, and we are modi- 

fying the siamiijer plans accordingly. First, I was turned down 

for the Hov\rard fellowship. This, while \ir:ifortiinate, prevents 

financial disaster, as Gina v;ill now presumably sign her 

contract for next year. So a somehhat lüore rash attitude 

tov/ard our si:iii]nier plans becornes possible. Second, there are 

strong riiiDors that my proraotion has gone through. Third, I 

got one of those suüUDer grants of a couple hundred (actually 

this, too, is still a rumor, but Ernst is on the committee)^ 

to pjrmit going on to the Coast, looking in on the Hiintington/^^^^'^''''**^,^ 

Library, getting some slides for a revival of the course in ^f-^^^^^-^^ -^^^^^^^^-^ 

westward expansion this fall, etc. 

All of whicb adds up to this: we will definitely go out to 
California before returning East. Do you want to keep the 
house for the rest of August? No extra cost to you, except 
for electricity and things that you use. 

I*m sorry not to have come to this firm decision earlier, 
but at one point it sjeraed wiser to rush baci: east as soon 
as the Conference is over. 

1*11 talk to Gina this evening (we see so little of each other 
lately) about what arrangements she thinks would be best for 
linen and the like. And write you v/ithin 72 hours v;ith 
propos-^d arrangements, estimated Utility costs to help you 
plan, and the like. What is conv^^nient for you as to payment? 
Have you found a tenant for your place? Does something like 
4 around July Ist, the rest when you leave, sound reasonable? 
I don't want to rush you, and I haven^t worked out the budget 
for things that have to be caught up at various points between 
Commenceiuent and our r^turn. If you have a tenant, let's 
try to work it out so that you don't pay us until you have 
your payment from him. 

I meant to ask Boyer today whether Jae had any objection to 
your using my office. V/ill see him Monday and give you the 
verdict. 



I am exhausted. 
Speech for today, 
sor of psychology 
replac/^ing Munn w 
Munn's v/ife died 
teaching machines 
we all have them. 
films and tape re 

about aoubling or 

uae of machines. 



Sat up raost of last night hacking out a chapel 
anothür rejoinder. This v;as to a füll profes- 
here from U of Ivlinnesota for this y.ar only, 
ho is on leave for writing. (ineidentally 
recently.) Heron, the villain, spoke about 
and how wonderful life will become v;hen 
My Speech was playful about it, praised 
corders and the like, but expressed skepticism 

tripling the teacher-student jratio by wide 
What annoyed me (and soemingly everybody eise) 



was that Coles had this speech (Heron^s) mimeographed and 
mailed to all members of the governing boards and all of the 
faculty. And it was simply an assinine spe-ch. But Coles 

1 go to Louis ville for the meeting liext v/eek. I should have 
sent you a copy for criticism, but didn't. I»ll let you know 
bow it goo^s. It was fun to do. 

Don^t mention the ü rumors wbich I mentioned to anyone. 

It aiauses %t> me to realize that if my promotion do>.;S go through, 

I may get as an associate as much as you will get next yjar 

as an assistant — alnjost certainly no niorel I am at 6400 

tnis year. There are rumors about a general increase, but 

no one knows how much, for next year. Tiiition goes up. 

I told AI King you were pleased with your car job. You know- 
he seemed rather touched, and tickled that you sent the 
message. He has given me some good service this year. 

Supper is ready. I»ll dash out and mail this so you will 
ir^ave it Monday with a little luck, an. add niore soon. 




Monday June 6 



(H 



Ö 



Dear Peter and Enne, 



Your good letter just received. 



It would be wonderful to sponge a night *s lodging off 
you, but I have made plans already for an alternate route. 
We have to deliver the dog and the two c:..ts to Gina's un- 
fortunate cousin in Connecticut, so that takes us a bit to the 
south of the route we would non-nally follov/ (Boston to Albany to 
Buffalo) for the trans-Canada highway north of Lake Erie. 
Besides, I have a cousin in Pittsburgh who has already offered 
to put US up, and I guess we are committed to that. Our 
schedule is necessarily a tight one, and at pres^^nt is as 
follows: Leave here as soon as gina can get away from her 
fifth graders, late afternoon, Tuesday June 14th. Tu^sday 
night in Mi Haddam, Conn.; Wednesday in Pittsburgh; 
Thursday in vicinity of Chicago; Friday somewnere west of ^ 
Omäha; Saturday arrive at Gina's sister's in Boulder. This 
allows one day leeway in case of car trouble or in case we 
can't keep to this 500 miles-a-day pace. I will violate niy 
usual principles ana sqaander funds on turnpikes in the interest 
of speed. We will have to sing rounds to keep the driver awake. 
Fortunately Gina drives so we can take turns. 



There v^^as reference to a check ianclosed in your letter, 
but no check. You need not bother to send this unless you 
prefer to settle up now. I have not budgeted any bills for 
payment out of that until August Ist, although it will prooably 
be needed rather desperately thenl 

I did receive and deposit your first check, but I'ni 
not sure I acknowledged or thanked you for it. 

I visited AI King in the hospital, where he is recuperating 
from having a very bad hernia corrected. Perhaps you knew about 
it; he should never have put it off so long. For some reason 
they removed one testicle while they had him opened up. I 
suppose it was an infection. He was quite touched by your 
report that the oil consumption was not high on your car. I 
don»t think he will be doing much work for the surnnier, at least 

not for six weeks. V/hich m^-^ans I am having Souci«.' s garage 
reline my brakes, daran it. M-^ä^^ -^^ -^ ..^<wi«^^^4u<sr - ,^^^^f 




We have the new lawn mower. It is a sraall one, but 
easy to i^ush, very ruaneuverable, and I think considerably safer 
than the larger, high-powered ones. I will leave you Instruc- 
tions. Bill Coombs, whoni you remember I^m sure — the College 
Kiaintenance foreman — will pick it up about the iniddle of July, 
change the oil, sharpen the blade, check the spark plug and 
points, and generally check it over. I have already paid him 
for this — an extra five bueks v;hen I bought the machine. He will 
also come over if you are having any trouble starting the machine. 
All I have to ask is that you take precautions that nobody gets 
hurt. I will leave several volumes of literature about safety, 
also the Operation of the luower in general. 




If the iiiowing proves too much of a chore, get in touch 
with Daviats friend, Martin Krauter, /fizJ)4 who would love to 
eern a few extra dollars which I will pay him. The lawn 
requires a mowing a week now, but unless it is very rainy 
once every 10 days to 2 weeks should be plenty after you are 
here, 

Gina had tears and general demoralization over the 
Weekend (don't teil her 1 told you) over the condition of 
the house, and over her lack of time to do much about it. 
So don't expect perfection, but I think you will be reascnably 
oool and comfortable for the suraxjer. (We really hoped to get 

\theli ving rm. fixe d ^ut I can^ t ._affard tlmp^ or money to 
I Trav^-'not tried to borrow~a crib— 3.f you would like~ ^~~— 
me to seek one, better let me know right away. Or bathinette, 
or anything, i^o promises, but I can try. 

1 didn»t quite comprehend the roference to Ken Eoyer. 
But apparently Jt has to do with use of my office. The 
awKVifard thing is that our 5th man, Hathaway, has no office, 
and probably if I had realised that before I aade the Suggestion 
about you to iSoyer, I»d have feit obliged to have it turned 
over to him. (I realized he iaad no Office, other than that 
map room with which you have had some experience, but I had 
thought he was going to be away all summer.) I mention this 
now because Ernst is likely to object to one of our full-time 
men having no Office, while one is uade available to you. 
But I think something can be v/orkedout for Dick. He is to be 
away part or all of July, and I think he can take over Brault's 
Office in August, when I understand Jerry ivill be away. 

Take care of yourselves. Your letter did not mention 
the baby, so I assume he is having a normal an-ihineventful 
infancy so far. ^ 






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1794 



BowDoiN College 

Brunswick. Maine 



DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 



6 December 1961 



Ajl (jb(JbL<^ 



Dear Peter, i^nne, and ^hildren, 

Many thanks i'or your good letter, Peter. I have been meaning to 
write for a long time. As you say, I will not win any prizw for letter-writing 
promptness, unless there is a booby prize. It has been a year of infinite distrac- 
tions, sometinies almost literally maddening. I sat down to answer your letter 
with at least a note about the AHA, and every time I got a word down, someone 
Darged in — students, colleagues, anyone. It has become very difficult to work 
at all at the office in the library. Not that this is any great change. 

Before I could sit down again and reply, the miserable flu bug 
caught up with me, Great disaster, but fotunately it seems to have left me 
now, on the mend but still lacking in energy. 

Peter, I am sorry about the AHA be cause nothing would please me 
more than to stay with you at a place of your choosing. But I have already 
agreed to share a room with a Latin iimerica specialist who was my colleague in 
the Peace Corps program, »Ve spoke with the usual vagueness (I thought about 
this when we said good-bye last August. But no sooner did the AHA program 
arrive than I received word that he had made reservations and everything was 
all set. I am sorry about this, but anyway I look forward to seeing you and 
having a meal or two together when we can talk. I am not really terribly 
eager about the meeting itself (is anyone, ever?) and I guess I am not job- 
hunting. But still I will go. 

It seems that every ex-colleague I know is dickering with 
Dartmouth. My Latin-Hmerica friend of the preceding paragraph, for one. 
Colombia history specialist. Grood inan, 35 yrs. old, now at North Carolina 
^tate at Haleigh. Our director of Training in the Peace Corps, Ralph 
Greenlaw, editor of the Heath Series in European history, taught at 
Univ. of Iowa and .Vellesley before taking job with CaRK which got him the 
Peace Corps connection. Now wants to get back into teaching. I'm not sure 
just what his special period is, but I wouldn't be surprised if you and he 
were competing for the same appointment. 

It is very amusing that you would even consider ")artmouth. I 
remember that you didn't care to bot her with those October meetings there, 
and all that. The history departraentlis going through a wave of retirements, 
and I guess Dickey has decided to load up with promising youhg talent. Hill, 
the chairman, must be mid- or late-fifties. He spoke at the meeting last 
Oct. on his uneuccessful Senate campaign against the late lamented Styles 
Bridges, in i960. Fairly witty, did not impress me as being at all profound, 
but ipparently a good ^gg* History at ^armouth certainly looks more interes- 
ting tjan^ it did. but ^X(^is still long on Ivy league atmosphere, rah-rah 
collegiate sTul'r, rraternities, and all that. nhen we were there in ^ct. 
there was vast cheering at sane point, drifting across the campus . I was 
told that the defeated football squad was being welcomed home after valiant 
effort to bring glory. But these thinrs are not too significant. It is a 



Nov. 9 »60 



Dear Peter and Enne, 



Your Card received. No, no one has sinned— no one except the silent 
Whitesides, that is, I hoDe you are not too mad. 



Perhaps T had better explain that silence does not necessarily mean 
brooding sLlence, though. What a grand rush of everything since we retumed 
here« There may have been some brooding this summer, over leaving the 
house for you in such poor shape, At any rate, Gina talked more and more on 
the retum trip about a "crash program" for the house, expecially the living 
room, so we could do occasLonal entertaining without being completely morti- 
fied about the place. We had Professionals price some of the work that 
had to be done, and were so appalled that we ended up doing most of the 
things for ourselves — e.g«, tearing down the living room plaster, putting 
up a new ceiling of ceiling Squares, painfeing same twice (in order to get 
a certain desired blue shade), painting walis white, sanding and re- 
finishing floor, Shopping all over for furnitire, deciding good modern is 
out of our price ränge, buying some interesting vittorian pieces which now 
have to be redone, and that^s about where we now stand, Curtains or drapes 
still to be acquired, and some lamps and things. But the house is in more 
presentable shape, and I only regret that this was not done for you, last 
spring. We have also fixed the rear doorway, going out to the garage, 
and Gina has ricped the walloaper off the bathroom. I guess we will paint 
it, and there is some talk about whethdr the old fixtures will get through 
one more winter. Eventuiljy we will replace them and get a bath tub. Heal 
modern. 

T also did some work getting the Station wagon ready to seil, placed 
several ads, and then got not a nibble. I may yet come down enough in price 
to move it. The old Plymouth is o.k. for the winter, and we would like to 
get various debts paid up and put monthly auto payments into something more 
interesting. 

There have been many other tings. Gina is stuck on a social studies 
committee for the public schools, and she seems to be the only one with any 
convictions about cbing anything — hetter textbooks, and a consideration of 
how the public school soc studies hangs together — or rather, doesn't at 
present. I am on a Senior Commons committee, with Athern as chairman, and 
there are weekly battles to try to get them to see the truth as I see it. 
The great danger is that we will get a physical plant but no really new or 
exciting intellectual program for the seniors. I am, of course, pushing for 
a new type of course, and also for a revamped major program. The enclosed 
may give you some idea. Spike responded rather testily to my strlctures^- 
he oractically accused me of un-committee thinking, or disloyalty, or de- 
k^ ^y-\ t£. ' featisra, or something. 

A^ ^jjf^^^^^^ We also Dlunged into politics. You must have heard the disastrous 
(^^^^"^"^^^^f^ results for Maine. Frank Coffin lost to that oipsqueak Reed for the gover- 

^^cr"^!/ norship, and miserable Reo üb. wretches captured all the 3 House of Rep. 
^^ ' seats. Of course Nixon and Margaret Chase Smith won by large margins in 

Maine. Thank God Kennedy pulled through in this weird election. 

Add three invasions of week-end people, one trip to Boston, one to 
that Dartmouth meeting (ugh), a round of the Brunswick Buj?, Gina*s teaching, 

and a few other things, and you begin to get some picture of the frenzied ac- 






tivity here. ^one of this should be taken as an excuse for not writing. 
But As Ernst said you had observed to him, I am not a greatcorrespondOBt 
anyway, my wife appears to be worse, and I did let the varxoDS dis- 
tractions get the better of me. I am deeply sorry, and I hope you are 
not offended to the point of oermanent alienation. 

The Guggenheim fom came, and I am in the process of trying to 
make you sound scholarly, and tiying to make it seem impressiye lor 
me to be recommending youl This will be in the mail before this week 
is out, and I wish you very good luok on it, Peter. 

Ernst said you mentioned something about a bill. You don't owe 
m for any electricity. If anything I am in your debt for thebulkhead 
iob, which is terrific, or for some of the other work you so kindly 
performed. How veiy nice it was to find the clapboards on the garage 
finished! You left things in veiy good shape, and you should not 
have taken so much of your time to do these extra thxngs. 

Our trip was about the most exciting thing that has happened to us 
since we have been married. The first real, carefree yacation. W^ saw 
so much, spent so much, had such good weather for campxng, feit so good, 
and cane back so relaxed. The pressures since our retum probably put 
US back about where we were last spring-but not really, because I 
think we are still cnjoying a certain physical tone developed during 
the trip. If you go out west, you really must see the desert in the 
Southwest, which we all enjoyed much more than expected. Of the national 
parfcs, don't miss Sequoia Park in the California Sierras.We spent 
a thriUing week or more in the Rockies, too. It wqs worth the time, 
money, and energy — many times over. 

The Mississippi Valley Review tumed down my essay on the reformers. 
T pot Oxcar Handlin toread it. He made various suggestions for a 
revision, on which I am now at work. After I fix it up a bit, I an 
going to try the A.H.A. review, I think, just for the hell of it. 

If you can still bring yourself to write me after the brooding 
«ilence, let us know how the children are, and both of you. I think 
we will manage to get to N.Y.C. forthe history meeting— hope we will 
see both of you there. 

Guess what form our musical activity has taken: John and I are 
startine cello lessons with Mrs. Burnett. What awkward fingers I have. 
But she says my ear is not too bad, because I make such awful grimaces 
when I am flat, which is usually. 



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serious scholarly place, with excellent library, ani I gather good salaries 
and sensible workload. And people who vyant to live among natural toeauty 
could hardly do better than to settle down in that part of the Connecticut 
Valley. It is just unbelievably lovely, and it has a different kind of 
Cham in each season. It is remote and isolated, and Hanover is my idea of 
nothing. But you have a car and the roads to Boston are good. If you and 
Helguera both go there, I think I'll put my bid in. .iiould you like me to write 
Hill on your behalf? I have already written him about Helguera, and received 
a non-coinmittal acknowledgment . Hill doesn't know me and I dcn*t pretend to 
be able to do a great deal. I trust Greenlaw won*t ask me to v^rite . I don't 
want to get drawn into maKing invidious comparisons, but they will be making a 
great mistake if they pass over you and appoint him. 

I think a leave for next year is pretty definite. I have put in 
for AJL3 and GuggenhwiTi fellowships. Don»t expect to get feither. Coles has 
not been specific about what will happen if neither comes through, but he did 
mumble vaguely at one point about the faculty development fund support of men 
on füll salary in case fellowships don't come through. Makes it possible for 
a department to plan definite ly earlier, assuming that a fellowshio will come 
through, and at any rate that a man will be away. I will take a sabbatical at 
half pay if necessary, since I want a füll year. But they teil me that the 
habit of three meals daily is difficult to ^eak. Ani if we relocate for a 
year— probably in Boston area— I don't want ^ina to be tied down to a teaching 
Job. ^»e will have to see what develops. 

You will ncj believe it but I am getting that study in the library 
in some kind of reasonablt order. I was ashamed of it last surriaer. I have 
been throwing away basketfull after basketfull of crao. Desk drawers are neat. 
Class notes and other stuff in filing cabinet Coming along. I have a secretary 
Coming in two or three afternoons a week, doing Senior Center work mostly, but 
I have her do letters etc. A very great help. Also the College favored the 
department with telephones— one number with extensions in Ii;rnst's and Gero^'s 
Office and mine. 

Huge enrollments this year. 88 in Hist. 11, 4I in the social 
and intellectual history course. I must have a reputation for being a softie. 
13 American History seniors, four of whom are trying for honors . Hathaway is 
working with me in Hist. 11 and the major proferam. History has 31 junior majors. 
and we lead the departmental pack. i.ven History 1 is heavily enrolled, up in 
the 90 's I think. George i^earce is in India. ^^ounds from last spring are not 
healing, I would gather from remarks occasionally made by i:^rnst. George '3 
replacement is first rate. Named Hensenbrink, came here from -illiams, and 
is teaching ]fi^)iil as a sort of combined history and government man. Tremendously 
populär with students already. Although I feit George was on the side of the 
gods last spring, it must be said that he had his limitaäions, and that a ruv 
like this breathes a little life into the dept. 

Your letter is at the office, 30 I can't check to see whether I 
have answered all questions. Oh, of course: the paragraph about cleaning the 
Office was suppos.d to say that I had unearthed a folder of yours with fjtUSS 
Strang material. I will try to get it in the mail to you tomorrow so yoiT^ 
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T canH find your last letter, but I remember that it cairie quite a long time 
ago» I am sorry to have lost touch with you# It seems to be a habit with nie, 
Nevertheless, I would like to reestablish contact now and bring you up to date 
on what is going on here at Bowdoin. 

Have there been any more developiwents on the job front? I was sorry that 
Dartmouth did not come through because T would like to have got the four of 
you back into Nevj England where we couH see something of you« Has anything 
eise developed or have you settled down for another year or so at Michigan State 
at Oiiklaid? 

Also, we would like to know ab out your summer plans, because for the first tinß 
in memoiy we will be staying in Maine for the sumrier« Nothing would please us 
more than to have you here while we are here also« 

It must have been at about the time you wrote me last that President Coles 
asked me to become the Director of the Senior Center« I spent about five weeks 
agonizing about this and finally accepted the appointment« The miserable thing 
will not be ready for Operation until Septenber, 196U, at the very earliestj 
and it will be later than that unless the fund-raising campaign goes extremely 
well« We will know the verdict on this by the middle part of the summer« 
Nevertheless, I think the decision to announce the appointment now was a necessary 
one« It has given me considerably more authority in talking about the plans to 
raembers of the faculty, and it has also strengthened my hand in a few wrestling 
bouts with the architect« Things are Coming along pretty well, although I am 
ifrtil^ r"^ n^r^ nervous exhaustion from all the committee meetings, discussions 
with Spike, aid writing of memoranda, etc« As one of the prerogatives of my 
new Station, I even have the Services of a secretary for the first time in ny 
academic career« Can you imagine a young, lovely brünette, sitting in my messy 
Office typing like mad? (She is not blushing but laughing at me as she types 
this«) 

Seriously, Peter, I wish I could have your suggestions about cur new orogram« 
I am enclosing a couple of items about it which may interest you« The Statement 
called "A Rationale for the Senior Center" is something I got up in a terrible 
rush when the Governing Boards met here early in February, at the request of 
Charles Caiy, retired Dupont vice President and chairman of the Governing 
Board *s committee on the Senior Center« It was given out to the members of the 



Mr« Amarai 



April 23, 1962 



Page Two 



Governing Boards to give them some indication of what the faculty meirtoers think 
that we are up to. The report of the Curriculiim Sub-Conimittee, of which Paul 
Hazelton is the chainnan, will give you some indication of the kind of course 
changes that we will mako in the senior year, Do you remeniber your statement 
in chapel about Bowdoin and the conservative condition? As I look back on it, 
I think that rn^f response was wrong; but I hope that this willingness to move 
into sanething new indicates that maybe you were wrong about the place, tooi 
At any rate, we shall see. Our brilliant faculty is being about as balky as 
you can imagine in putting through course changes« The scientists have what I 
suppose is legitimate complaint that we are adding new requirements and making 
it increasingly difficult for them to work in the füll complement of science 
courses, especially for students who are going on to take the Ph. D. in one of 
the science f öelds. Therefore, we have been working for six or eight weeks on 
adjustments in these requirements, attempting to compromise outstanding differ- 
ences and make the report acceptable to as mai^ as possible of the faculty 
members« 

The senior seminars are the most interesting feature of the new program. ¥e are 
insisting that there be two seminars required in the senior year, one per Semes- 
ter, each to last approxlmately twelve weeks. These seminars cannot be in the 
major fieldj and, after an extremely storoy meeting of Paul 's commibtee last week, 
we required that one of the two be not only outside the major field, but outside 
the division in which the major field lies. Our notion, therefore, is that 
scientists would talce a seminar in the Huraanities or Social Studiesj and conversely 
a historian might be expected to talce a seminar in one of the Science fields. 
There are vaiious problems to work out, but I think we have encountered more 
enthusiasm for the seminars, both among our own faculty and on the part of Out- 
siders to whom we have spoken, than for any other element in the senior course 
proposals. 

We have only worked up a few samrole possibilities so far. Bill Geoghegan has set 
up a proposed topic in Existent ialism. Larry Hall has drafted a proposal for a 
seininar in Linguistics. I have worked up one in Social Darvjinism which I think 
looks kind of interesting, and there have been several othere. 

It is a device which will at least loosen up the Bovrdoin curriculuia a little bit— 
not a bad idea, I am sure that you agree. One of the biggest problems at present 
is that the faculty members, not without cause, are susoicious of the President 
vrLth respect to personnel policy and adequate staTfing of a new prograin of this 
kind. Some chickens which were hatched two or three years ago are Coming home to 
roost. The President is giving all kinds of assurances that he does intend to 
increase the staffing of the various departments in order to enable them to cariy 
this new program, but no one believes hin. 

Spike has fallen in love with every sociologist and social psychologist he can 
find. He has been corresponding and talking about the Senior Cenber to people 
like Martin Trow , Nevibt^Sanford, David Riesman, and many others. He is planning 
soiTß sort of convocation here next fall at which sone of these people will be 
present and give papers and participabe in discussions. This will not specifically 
be a seminar on the Senior Center, but a seminar on the problems of contemporary 
education in wliich the *^enior Center can be brought up. David Riesman recently 
inade a talk in Canada in which he referred to the Senior Center, and he sent Soike 



Mp» Amann 



April 23, 1962 



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a copy of a transcript of the talk. I mention it to you because he vas speaking 
to his audience about educational Innovation in the United States, and he men- 
tioned six or eight examples of things that are being done. One of them was 
MSTJO, He appeared to have ^ent some tiire on your campus and to have considerable 
interest in your institution. He went at sditb length into a lecture on Martin 
Luther in the Western Civilizabion course. I couldn't help wondering whether 
you had been the lecturer on the day that he was present. He thought the affair 
was pitched at a very high intellectual level and yet he inade some rather )mi# ^ 
criticisms of the lecture. If you are interested, I will try to fini this thing, 
which I have passed along to sorreone eise, and have the relevant part copied out* 
It is a rather interesting Statement, although I get the impression that Riesman 
is a little bit too quick to fsncy himself an expert on something he may have 
observed only casually« 

Since T am well along toward the half-way point of a second side of dictaphone 
diso, perliaps I had better show my secretary and n^r reader some mercy and stop. 
Please let me know what is happening out your way, and whether there is any 
Chance we will see you this summer. 

Oh, by the way, I raust teil you of our plans for next year. I am still to be on 
Sabbatical leave, as I think I told you at the Convention in Decenber. We are 
wondering how to spend the time. I had been assuming that I would get a place 
to live within reasonable distance of Widemer Library and that we would put the 
children into as good a public school as we could find. A little investigation 
has succeeded in depressing me completely about the prospects of living with iry 
family in greater Boston. The rent and the cost of living are terribly high, 
and I just don't know what to do. Last night, Gina and T discussed wild 
possibilities. We would not go to Caiabridge at all. Rather, we would stay here 
in Brunswick until about the middle of Noveifb er, keep the b oys out of school 
for a year 5 and, in mid-Noveniber, we would sail for Southern Europe. This would 
give me a deadline by which time I would have to stop asseinbling research notesj 
aid, in Europe, presumably, I would do some writing. I can hear you laughing 
derisively. We would stay for four or five months and return to the United 
ntates before the beginning of the tourist rush. This is just a wild scheme, 
and I suppose nothing will cone of it; but it is fun to think about. At any 
rate, our plans are up in the air; and the only thing definite at present is 
that I will be on leave next year. We are sellinp the house. In fact, we made 
a deal yesterday with a woman named Mrs. Elinor Graham. Perhaps you have heard 
of her or met her. She writes on Maine subjects. I suppose she will actually 
buy the house, although I wonH believe that we have the thing sold until the 
deal has been cornplfted« 

Well, as I Said, it has been a long letter. Please do write when you can. 



Love frora all of us to the four of you. 



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TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 



1961 MARCH 1961 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«>.*,.«» 1 2 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 1011 
12131415 1617 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 ** 



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1961 



MAY 1961 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



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7 8 9 1011 1213 
1415 1617 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 «» ^* *» 



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SATURDAY 



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22 



29 



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Cooperation among nations — a League principle since 1920, 




SEPTEMBER 1961 




SUNDAY 



1961 AUGUST 1961 



SUN MON TUE WEO THU FRI SAT 



«» «» i 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 1011 12 
13 1415 1617 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 «» «» 



3 



10 



17 



24 



MONDAY 



4 



UBOtDAT 



11 



ROSRIUnOUH 



18 



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^ 



^ 




TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 



1961 OCTOBER 1961 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRi SAT 



12 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 1011 1213 14 

15 16171819 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

29 30 31 «» •» «» «» 



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SATURDAY 



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Tbe guccess oi democraüc govemment depends on Citizens who care. 



# 



MAY 1961 




SUNDAY 



7 



14 



28 



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1 



8 



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1 



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TUESDAY 



2 



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9 



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23 



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30 



NEHOUAL DAT 



WEDNESDAY 



3 



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17 



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31 



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THURSDAY 



4 



11 




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1961 APRIL 1961 



SUN MON TUC WfO THU FM »AT 



• » «» «» «» «» «» 1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 1011 12131415 

1617 18 19 20 21 22 

Ho 24 25 26 27 28 29 



FRIDAY 



5 



12 



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SATURDAY 



6 



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1961 JUNE 1961 



SUN MON TUC WCD THU FM SAT 



«• «»«»«» 1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 12131415 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 «» 



To neglect our democraüc duiies is to Imperil our democratic rights. 



• 



JUNE 1961 




SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



1961 MAY 1M1 



SUN MON TUE WEO THU HM SAT 



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7 8 9 1011 1113 

1415 1617 18 19 JO 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 31 «» «» «» 



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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 



5 






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THURSDAY 



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SATURDAY 




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10 



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17 






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1961 JULY 1961 



SUN MON Tut WCO THU Htl SAT 



•• «» «» «» «» •. 1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 1011 12131415 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

^io ^Si 25 26 27 28 29 




JULY 1961 



# 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRI DAY 


SATURDAY 














1 


1961 JUNE 1961 


1961 AUGUST 1961 


SUN MON TUE WEO THU FRI SAT 


SUN MON TUE WEO THU FRi SAT 




*.» *» «» *c» 1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 12131415 1617 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 «» 


«» «» 1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 1011 12 
1314151617 1819 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 «» «» 










2 

1 


3 


4 

IHDEPQIOElia DAY 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 © 

• 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 





ErTf vofe couDfs. Make youis count ioi qood qoYeuiment 




JANUARY 1963 



# 



SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



ms DECEMBER ms 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«j» «» «j» «r» «c» «j» ^ 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 1011 1213 1415 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

^io ^1 25 26 27 28 29 



6 



13 



20 



27 



7 



TUESDAY 



1 



NEW TEU3 DAT 



8 






14 






21 



15 



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28 



22 



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29 



WEDNESDAY 



2 



9 



16 



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23 



30 



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THURSDAY 



3 



J 



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7 



10 



17 



24 



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31 




FRIDAY 



4 



11 



18 






25 




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^ 






SATURDAY 



5 



12 



M 



19 



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26 



1963 FEBRUARY i963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«« «• «. .• «• 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
1011 12 13 1415 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 «» «» 



Education is tbe process of transfoTming information into understanding, understanding Into knowledge, and knowledge into wisdom. 



SUNDAY 



1 



8 



15 



22 



29 



# 



DECEMBER 1963 




MONDAY 



2 



TUESDAY 



3 



9 






16 



/ 



10 



WEDNESDAYI THURSDAY 



4 






17 



11 



18 



23 



\j 




30 



25 

CHRISTMAS DAY 



31 



5 




; 30 f^ 



12 



19 



26 



1963 NOVEMBER 1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FKI SAT 



«• «• «. «... 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
1011 12 13 1415 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 




FRIDAY 



6 



13 



20 



27 



1 



y 



0» 



Tbe spiiit oi Ubeity ia tbe sphit which seeks to xinderstand tbe minds ot otbei men. 



SATURDAY 



7 



14 



21 




28 



s/ 



/ 



1964 JANUARy .1964 



SUN MON TUE WEO THU nil SAT 



«•«••• 1 2 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 1011 
12 13 1415 1617 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 



« m 



SUNDAY 



1W3 JANUARy 1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«j. «» 1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 141516171819 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 «» «» 



3 



10 



17 



c 



24 



4 



FEBRUARY 1963 



4 



MONDAY 



4 




11 




r.ß 



4 



18 






25 



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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 



5 



12 

LINCOIN'S BIRTHDAY 



19 



26 



6 



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C /^ /Tf 



13 



20 



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27 

ASH WEDNESDAY 



THURSDAY 




14 



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ANNA HOWARD SHAWS 
^ BIRTHDAY 



v 



21 



28 



FRIDAY 



1 



3 



8 

4 



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15 



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TL 

WASHINGTOH'S BIRTHDAY 



Membeiship in the League oi Women Voteis gives opportunity to exert meaningful iniluence on government. 



SATURDAY 






a--cULfl^ 



9 






-^ 



16 



23 



1963 MARCH 1963 



SUN MON TUE WEO THU »1 SAT 



«• nn «. .• «• 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
^5, 25 26 27 28 29 30 



4 



NOVEMBER 1963 « 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 












1 


2 


1963 OCTOBER 1963 


1963 DECEMBER 19*3 


SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 


SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 




«*»«»! 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 1011 12 
13 1415 1617 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 «« «>> 


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26^27 28 

29 30 31 «» «» «,> «,, 


■ 








3 


4 


5 

• 


6 >< 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 

VEnRANS' DAY 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 

• 


18 

• 


19, 


20 


• 


22 Sdu- 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 

THANUGIVING DAY 


29 


30 



The spiiit o/ liberty is the spirit which is not too sure it is right 



4 



MARCH 1963 



^ 



SUNDAY 



1963 FEBRUARy 1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
1011 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 



3 



10 



17 



24 



31 



« » «CM 



MONDAY 



4 



11 




18 



25 



>»«9 — T^rPRIL 



>AY 



1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«>» 1 2 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 1011 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 



« » «J* «C» «CJ» 



5 







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12 






19 



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WEDNESDAY 



6 



13 



7u^.^ 



20 



<:^vuiU^ 



THURSDAY 



\ 



7, ^äo 



FRIDAY 




H.y> 



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SATURDAY 



2 



9 



15 



\ 




16 



V 




/ ct^t^ — 




The Overseas Education Fund Promotes international Cooperation and 



SUNDAY 



1963 SEPTEMBER ims 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



12 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

29 30 « »> « » « » « » « » 



6 



13 



20 



27 



4 



OaOBER 1963 



4 



MONDAY 



7 



14 



21 



28 



TUESDAY 



I 



8 



15 



22 



29 



WEDNESDAY 



2 



9 



16 



23 



30 



THURSDAY 



3 



10 



11 



17 



18 



lA 




24 



UNie NATIONS' DAY 



25 



FRI DAY 


SATURDAY 


4 


5 



31 



The League o/ Women Voters Is GovernmenVs valuable assistant in getting voters to tbe poUs each election day. 



12 



COLÜMBUS DAY 



19 



26 



1963 NOVEMBER 1963 



«UNMONTUf WCO TMU F«l »AT 



•• «- «. «. «• 1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
1011 12 13 1415 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 | 




APRIL 1963 




SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 



FRIDAY 



SATURDAY 




1963 MAY 1963 

«UM MOW Tm WtO THU FRi SAT 



12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

1213 1415 1617 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 

26 27 28 29 30 31 «» 



The League o/ Women Voters watcbwords are Freedom and Responsibility. 




SEPTEMBER 1963 




SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 


1 


2 

UBOR DAY 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 

ROSH HASHONAH 


20 


21 


22 


23 \^ 


24 


25 


f 

26 


27 


28 

VOM KIPPUR 


29 


30 












1963 AUGUST 1963 

SUN MON TUE WCO THU FKI SAT 


1963 OCTOBER 1WJ 




«» .•«.«• 1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 1213 1415 1617 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 


SUN MON TUC WED THU FRI SAT 

«• «• 1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 -- «• 









The League is a contribution to freedom and justice. 




MAY 1963 



• 



SUNDAY 



1963 APRIL 1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



«>» 1 2 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 1011 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 «» «» «» «» 



5 



f " 



12 

Ü77 



19 










26 




MONDAY 




13 

A 



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TUESDAY 



7 






i2ou-A 







2:(0i>'bo^4' 



i^ 



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N 



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21 



28 




WEDNESDAY 



1 



8 



15 



22 



29 




THURSDAY 



2 




FRIDAY 



'V 



L\.- 



9 



-•/ 



/ 



^<>-<:''"^ 




23 



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30, 



DAT 



3 



?■• 



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10 



"c^L{^ -tC/*^ 



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SATURDAY 




11 



A 



18 



25 



1 



1963 JUNE 1963 



SUN MON TUE WEO THU mi SAT 



«• «» «• «« «» «• 1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 1011 12 13 1415 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

^io 24 25 26 27 28 29 



l)i9 purpose oi the League oi Women Voters is to promote political responsibHity through informed and active parücipation o/ Citizens in government 



4 



JULY 1963 



# 



SUNDAY 



1963 



JUNE 



1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



« n « >y « » « >» « » « » ^ 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

^io 24 25 26 27 28 29 



7 



14 



21 



A 



.•>> 



V 




28/ 



/ 



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i. 



/ 



1 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY 



8 



15 



22 




2 



9 



?'^ 



16 



23 



/ 



/i 






; 



30 



WEDNESDAY 



3 



10 



17 



24 



31 



THURSDAY 



4 



IHDEPOIDENCE DAY 




18 , > 



«>" 



25 



FRI DAY 



rn 








12 r^ 



19 



26 



MemJbership in the League oi V/omen Voters increases political awareness. 



SATURDAY 



6 




20 



27 



1963 AUGUST 1963 



SUN MON Tue WEO THU FRI SAT 



.» «.«•«• 1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 12 13 1415 1617 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 



t 



SUNDAY 



1963 MAY 1963 



SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 



« » « M <c » 1 2 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 
12 13 1415 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 «« 



2 



9 



16 J^ 



23 ^ 



i>^ 



30 



tA 



\ 




MONDAY 



3 



10 



17 



's 



,V^ 



24 



# 



JUNE 1963 



4 



TUESDAY 



1963 



JULY 



1963 



SUN MON TUE WBO THU FRI SAT 



«»> 1 2 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 «»> «<» «» 




11 



18 




25 



WEDNESDAY 



THURSDAY 







FRIDAY 





14 



21 



28 



r^. 



K 



The League o/ Women Voters advocates change not toi itself but for the common good. 



SATURDAY 



1 



J' 



8 



15 




29 




S31I 




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Emie /7m 4 A/ /\/ 

nama — nom — nombr« — nama 



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address — adresse — dlr«ccl6n — adress« 



cXH^te f^ ( C<K ins 



nationality — nationalit6 — nacionalidad — Staatsangehörigkeit 



j^(^ H /xj- 



date of birth — data de naissance — ^fecha de nacimiento— geburtsdatum 
place of birth — • lieu de n^TT^sance — lugar de nacimiento — geburtsort 
Signatare — signature — firma — unterschritt 



Ih« int«rnatienal ttudenl cenferenc« 

la confAranea Intarnatlonala das 4tudlanl* 
4m^^ la cenfarancia intarnaeional da attudlantai 
dia Intarnallenala studantankonfaranz 




field of study 
itudiant en 
estudiante de 
Studienfach 



year of study 
ann^e d'itude 
ano de estudio 
studieniahr 




educational Institution 

itablissom^nt 

universidad, Instituci6n educattva 

art der Hochschule 



address 
situ« A 
direcciön 
hochschulort 



Hflf^iiCi rrci^r Gi ir^ 



Jj lud , A^J/M f ( 



Thl$ Card mus* be validated here by the aforementioned 
educational institution or the appropriate National Union of 
Students. It should be validated for oniy one year at a time. 

Cetfe carte dolt etre validee ici par retablissemeni d'enseigne- 
nnent mentionnS pr6c6demmenf ou par l'Union Nationale 
d'Etudiants du pays. Elle devra etre validee tous les ans. 

Esta Tarjeta carece de validez si no esti legalizada por 
la universidad o la in$tituci6n educativa en donde el poseedor 
de la misma cursa sus estudios o por su Uni6n Nacional 
de Estudiantes correspondiente. Esta Iegalizaci6n tiene que 
ser renovada fodos los anos. 

^Dieser Ausweis ist gültig, wenn er durch die vorher erwähnte 
^Hochschule oder durch den entsprechenden studentischen 
Nationalverband beziehungsweise dessen Studentenausschüsse 
abgestempelt worden ist. Dieser Ausweis soll jedes Jahr von 
neuenl gültig erklärt werden. 



1963 



1964 



OFFICE DU TOURISIVIE UNIVERSITflIRE * SCOLAIfil 
137, B' S-Michel, PARIS V- 



1965 



J - 



Tirr>L»i^fiscal 



ilS 






Signature du titulaire. 





CARTE VAL 



du 50 aoO t 



QU 29 aoOt 



^ ^ 



LIMITE ETUDES ET V «5iA 




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Dellvre le_ 






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par M.Jß:£i-efet d , *^^ ..... 

l) Le 





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NOM. 



AiviAhlN NEE NIE^.I 



Prencms 



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Nationalit^ 



EnNEHv*! R I AM 



a6 ^VRIJ-^ )J;^ 

FAiRP üRT.HAftßüR OHIO 



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Situotion de famiile : (^VOf^^, marie, vXO^^CcMvtiXO^Xi! 

Date d'entree eivi^TOncfi 30 «8» 19^ 3 

Duree de seiouJBVninterrompu en France 



Profession 



DI ANTE 



Adresse 




Place Jussieu 
A RIS 5eme 



(l) PKoyer les mentions inutiles 



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Signature du titulaire, 





CARTE VALABLE 



du 50 AQUT 

nn 29 AOOt 



19 



19 



63 
54 



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LIMITE ETUDES ET VISA 



Delivre le. 



^ntttids^ 



par M. le Prefet d. 




l.e O'röcttur de la Police SAneraie. 




NOM. 



Tonc^ms 



N6 le 
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de. 



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Natlonalite 



CC 2 356 569 



A fy^A NN 



Feter Henry 
J1 M AI 1 927 



OoR A JRAN YI 





SifuGtion de famllle : c^JCbtCWtr», marie, vÄjj^xd^voxg^XU 

Date d'entree en France gO.^, 1963 - 

Duree de s^jour ininterronrxpu en France. 

ProfeGslon__§IUDI ANT " 



Adresse 7t PLA CE JU SSIEU 

PARIS 5eme 



{'} Royer les montions inutiles 



UNION NATIONALE DES ETUDIANTS DE FRANCE 



1963-1964 

le Section 




N5 123716 



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name — nom — nombr« — nam« 

address — adress« — dtracciön — adrass« 

nationallty — natfonalit« — naclonalidad — staatsangahSrtgkalt 



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data 



of birth— data da na 



naissanca— facha da nacImUnto— gaburtsdatum 



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la naissanca -»sjugar ( 



place of birth-jliau de naissanca ^ugar de naclmlento - geburtsort 



signature — signature — firma — Unterschrift 



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la cenfArence Intern allenaU dea AtHdlanls 

eenfereneia inlernaelenai de ealudlantea 
die Internationale atudentenkenferens 



fleld of study 
itudlant en 
estudiante de 
Studienfach 

year of study 
annAe d'itude 
aifo de estudio 
studfenfahr 




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aducatfonal Institution 

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

International Motor Traffic 

INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT 



ConventioD on Road Traffic of 19 September 1949 



LICENSE 

FEE 

$2.00 



Issued at 



NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., U. S. A. 



Dato. 




Uv^.ust 7r? /^^^ ? 



IMPORTANT — This Ueense is not vaUd 
for drivintf in The United States 





Authorized Signatare of the empowered authority 



N? 60212 



This permit is valid in the territory of all the Contracting 
States and their possessions with the exception of the territory of 
the Contracting State where issued, for the period of one year 
from the date of issue, for the driving of vehicles included in the 
category or categories mentioned on the last page of this permit. 

UST OF CONTRACTING STATES 



Argentina 

Australia 

Austria 

Belgium 

Cambodia 

Ceylon ^ 

Chile 

China (National Republic) 

Congo ( Brazzaville) 

Cuba 

Cyprus 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Dominican Republic 

Egypt (U. A. R.) 

Föderation of Malaya 

Finland 

France 

Ghana 

Greece 

Guatemala 

Haiti 

Ireland 

Israel 

Italy 

Jamaica, B. W. L 

Jordan 

Laos 



Luxembourg 
Monaco 
Morocco 
Netherlands 
New Zealand 
Norway 
Peru 

Philippines 

Poland (with translation) 
Portugal (except Macao) 
Romania 
Singapore 
Spain 
Sweden 
Switzerland* 
Syria 
Trinidad 
Tunisia 
Turkey 

Union of South Africa 
(with S. W. Africa) 
United Kingdom 
U.S.A. 
U.S.S.R. 
Vatican City 
Venezuela 
Vict-Nam 
Yugoslavia 



It is understood that this permit shall in no way affect the 
Obligation of the holder to conform strictly to the laws and 
regulations relating to residence or to the exercise of a profession 
which are in force in each country tlu-ough which ho travels. 
* By special agrecment 



Parliculars conceming the Driver: 



I Vehicles for which the permit is valid: 



Surname 1 

Otlier names 2 

Place of birth 3 

Date of birth 4 ij 

Permanent place of residence 5 



Motor cycles, with or without a side-car, invalid carria^res and three-wheeled 
motor vehicles with an unladen weight not exceeding 400 kg (900 Ibs.). 



Motor vehicles used for the transport of passengers and comprising, in addition 
to the driver's seat, at most eight seats, or those used for the transport of 
goods and having a permissible maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg (7,700 
Ibs.). Vehicles in this category may be coupled with a light trailer. 



Motor vehicles used for the transport of goods and of which the permissible 
maximum weight exceeds 3,500 kg (7,700 ibs.). Vehicles in this category roay 
be coupled with a light trailer. 



B 



Motor vehicles used for the transport of passengers and comprising, in: addition 
to the driver's seat, more than eight seats. Vehicles in this category may be 
coupled with a light trailer. 



Motor vehicles of categories B, C or D, as aulhorized above, with other than 
a light trailer. 



"Permissible maximum weight" of a ve- 
hicle means the weight of the vehicle and 
its maximum load when the 'vehicle is 
ready for the road. 

"Maximum load" means the weight of the 
load declared permissible by the competent 



authority of the country of registration of 
the vehicle. 

"Light trailers" shall be those of a per- 
missible maximum weight not exceeding 
750 kg (1.650 Ibs.). 



I 



EXCLUSION 
Holder of this permit is deprived of the right to 

drive in (country) 

by reason of 

S«al or 

itomp of) Place, 
^authority/ ^^^^ 

Signnture 

Should the above space be already filled, use any 
other Space provided for "Exclusioa". 



Exclusions: 

(countries 

I-VIII) 



Indieaciones relativas al condnctor: 



Apellido 1 

Nombres j B;iaAe;ieu paapeiueHHji: 

Lugar de nacimiento 3 



Fecha del nacimiento 4 AbT0M06h;IH, AM ynpaBJieHHJI 

KOTopuMH BbiAaHO HacTOfliuee 

Clase de vchiculos para los cuales es valido el permiso: Domicilio 5 paspeuiCHHe 



4>aMiiJUfl 1 

Ham (HMeua) 8 

MecTo poHCAeHHfl 3 

Aara poiKAeHHfl 4 
MecTO nocTOHHHoro >KHTe^ibCTBa 5 



Motacicletas con o sin sidccar, coches de invälidos y vehiculos automotores de 
tres ruedas cuya tara no exceda de 400 kg. (900 libras). 



Vehiculos automotores dedicados al transporte de personas que tengan, ademas 
del asiento del Conducton, un mäximo de ocho asientos; o usados para el trans- 
porte de mercaderias, que tengan un peso mäximo autorizado no mayor de 
3.500 kg. (7.700 libras). Paede engancharse a los vehiculos automotores de 
esta clase un remolque ligero. 



Vehiculos automotores usados para ef transporte de mercaderias, cuyo peso 
mäximo autorizado exceda de 3.500 kg. (7.700 libras). Puede engancharse a 
los vehiculos automotores de esta clase un remolque ligero. 



Vehiculos automotores dedicados al transporte de personas y que tengan, 
ademäs del asiento del conductor, niäs de ocho asientos. Puede engancharse a 
los vehiculos automotores de esta clase un remolque ligero. 



Vehiculos automotores de las clases B, C o D, para las cuales est4 habilitado 
el conductor con remolques que no sean ligeros. 



B 



I 



I 



MOTOUMK;ibI C K0.a5lCKaMM H.nH 6e3 KOJKICOK, M0T0K0.n5ICKH AJl« HHBa;iHAOB 

M TpexKOJieCHbie aBTOMo6H;iH, c coCctbchhum secoM. hc nneBMiuaiouiHM 
400 KP (900 (t)yHTOB). 



nacca>KHpcKHe aBTOMo6H.nH, HMewiuHe, b AoncnHCHHe k CHAeHHio boahtc- 
.1«, He öonet BocbMM mcct aji« cmachh«, hah rpyaoBbie aBTOMo6n;iM, c ao- 
nyCTMMbiM MaKCHMa;ibHbiM BecoM, hc npeBbiuiaK)u;HM 3 500 kp (7 700 d>.). 
Abtomo6m;ih 2toä KareropHH Moryx HMerb ;ierKHit npHuen. 



B 



rpyaoBbie aBTOMo6H.nH c AonycTHMbm MaKCMMa.nbHbiM bccom b 3 500 kf 
(7 700 ({»yHTOB). Abtomo6h;ih 3toä KareropHH Moryx HMexb iierKHft 
npHuen. 



naccawHpcKHe aBTOMo6H;iH, HMciomHe, b AoncriHeHHc k chachmio boah- 
Tcn«, 6o.nee BocbMH mcct fl,nn CHAeHMfl. ABTOMo6H.aH 3Toft KareropHH mo- 
ryr HMexb ;ierKHft npnuen. 



Abtomo6h;ih KareropHft B, C h D, npeAycMarpHBaeMue Bbiuie, c Apyrn- 
MH, a He ;ierKHMH npnuenaMH. 



La expresion "peso mäximo autorizado" de 
un vehiculo significa el peso del vehiculo 
y de la carga mäxima cuando aquel esta en 
erden de marcha. La expresiön "carga 
mäxima" significa el peso de la carga de- 



^ 



D 



E 



clarado permisible por la autoridad com- 
petente del pais donde estä matriculado el 
vehiculo. Son "remolques ligeros" aquellos 
cuyo peso mäximo autorizado no pasa de 
750 kg. (1.650 libras). 



•cÄonycTHMbift MaKCMMa.nbHbifi Bec» ecTb Bec aBTOMOÖHJi«, h ero MaKCHMajibHoro 
P"py3a, KOPAa aBTOMo6H.nb roTOB a^i AOOorH. «MaKCHMa.nbHbift rpya» ecTb Bec rpysa, 
iPoÖ'BjiB.neHHbiA AonyCTHMbiM KOMnereHTHbiMH B.iaCTtiMH cipaHU, b Koiopcft aBTOMOOH;ib 

3aperHCTpHpoBaH. FIoa «/lerKWM npHuenoM» noHHMaercn npMuen c AonyCTHMWM MaK- 

CMMa;ibHbiM BecoM, hc npeabiiuaiomMM 750 Kr (1 650 ^ymos). 



I' EXCLUSION 

EI titular pierde el derecho de conducir en el terri- 
torio de (pais) 

a causa de 

;mbre d« la] '-"fc'»«" 

lutoridad / f'echa 

Firma 




Inscribir U exciusidn en otro espacio previsto para 
este efecto, si el etpacio reservado arriba esta ya 
utilizado. 



Exciusionea 
(paises 
I-VIII) 



MCK/lIOMEHME 

B;iaAe.neu HacTOfiu;ero paspemeHHii ;iHiiieH npaaa 
ynpaB;]{iTb aBTOMo6H;ieM b (crpanax) 

BBMA] 
^(t>HIU<- ^ 4, 

unhHiU \ (MeCTo) 

nenarfc 1 ^^^^^a) . 

h;ih / *^ / 

^uiraMn y TloAnHCb 



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30BaTbc;i ApyrHMH rpa(t>aMH, npeAycMOTpeHHUMH 

CMCKflIpMeHHÄ». 



l1CK;iK>HeHHii: 
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Categorie de vehicules pour lesquels le pemiis est valable: 



Nom 1 

Prenonis 2 
Lieu de naissance 3 
Date de naissance 4 

Domicile 5 



./9.mf^Mü. 



USA 



Motocycles avec ou sans sidecar, voitures d'infirme et automobiles ä trois 
roues dont le poids 4 vide n'excede pas 400 kg (900 livres). 



Automobiles affectees au transport des personnes et comportant, outre le 
siege du conducteur, huit places assises au maximum ou affectees au transport 
des marchandises et ayant un poids maximum autoris6 qui n'excede pas 3,500 
kg (7.700 livres). Aux automobiles de cette categorie peut etre attelee une 
remorque legere. 



Automobiles affectees au transport des marchandises et dont le poids maximum 
autorise excede 3.500 kg (7.700 livres). Aux automobiles de cette categorie 
peut etre attelee une remorque l^g^re. 



Automobiles aflfectees au transport des oersonnes et comportant, outre le siege 
du conducteur. plus de huit places assises. Aux automobiles de cette categorie 
peut etre attelee une remorque legere. 



Automobiles des categories B, C ou D pour lesquelles le conducteur est 
habilit^, avec remorques autres qu'une remorque legire. 



B 



Le terrae "poids maximum autortsi" d'un 
v6hicule d^stgne le poids du vehicule en 
ordre de marche et de la charge maximum. 
Le terme "charge maximum" dcsigne le 
poids du chargement dicUre admissible par 



Tautoriti comp^tente du pays d'immatri* 
culation du vehicule. Les remorques legeres 
sont Celles dont le poids maximum autorise 
ne d^passe pas 750 kg. (1,650 livres). 



EXCLUSION 
Le titulaire est d6cbu du droit de condutre tur le 

territoire de (pays) 

en raison de 

c*au Ol 

'cochat d«l Lieu: 

J'autorlt^ Date: 

Sigrnature: 

Inscrire Texclusion dans tout autre espace pr^vu i 
cct effet^ «i l'cjpace riwtTvi ci-dessut est di'}k utilia^ 



Exclusions: 

(pays 

I-VIII) 






i/M 




II. 



III. 



IV. 




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{'autoritii 



Signature du titulaire' 



EXCLUSIONS 
<P»ys) 



VI, 



Vir 



VIII. 



•Ou l'empreinte du pouce. 



M^^tUM 



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"""* Indlcations relatives aa condncteur: 



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5 



Categorie de vehicules pour lesquels le permis est valable: 



Nom 1 

Prenoms 2 

Lieu de naissance 3 

Date de naissance 4 

Domicile 5 






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Motocyclcs avec ou sans sidecar, voiturcs d'infirme et automobiles a trois 
roues dont le poids a vide n'excede pas 400 kg (900 livres). 


A 


Automobiles affectees au transport des pcrsonnes et comportant, outre le 
siege du conductcur, huit places assises au maximum ou affectees au transport 
des marchandises et ayant un poids maximum autoris6 qui n'«xcede pas 3,500 
kg (7.700 livres). Aux automobiles de cette categorie peut etre attelee une 
remorque legere. 


B 


Automobiles affectees au trans|>ort des marchandises et dont le poids maximum 
autorise excede 3.500 kg (7.700 livres). Aux automobiles de cette categorie 
peut etre attelee une remorque lagere. 


C 


Automobiles affectees au transport des oersonnes et comportant, outre le siege 
du conducteur, plus de huit places assises. Aux automobiles de cette categorie 
peut etre attelee une remorque legere. 


D 


Automobiles des cat^gories B, C ou D pour lesquelles le conducteur est 
habilit^, avec remorqucs autres qu'une remorque ligire. 


£ 



mLe terrae poids maximum autorise d un lautorite competente du pays d immatri- 

o v^bicule designe le poids du vehicule en culation du vehicule. Les remorques legeres 

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EXCLUSION 
" Le titulatre est d^bu du droit de condutre tur le 

territoire de (pays) 

I en raison de 




Signature: 



Inscrtre Texclusion dans tout autre espace pr^vu i 
cct cgct. ■! Tcspace riaeryi ci-dessus est diji utiliti. 



Exciustons: 

(pays 

IVIII) 



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h.l^./.^.flf?.(^j.A(<i.^:^t/[4L>, 

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II. 



III. 



IV. 




Signature du titulaire* 



EXCLUSIONS 
(pays) 



VI. 



VII. 



VIII. 



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- Llttre 
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- H^aidenoe Montp^uxlaaae 
f^^i- Orfila 

[fO? - Villa St. ?Ioaain 

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6 rue St. Benoit 
21 rue Jaocb 
70 rue d' Aases 

5 ruö ticnor^ Chevalier 
A2 rue d'As3?»s 
78 rue d'Asaaa iS" H WP 
7C ru« d'Asoüts 

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16 rue 3t, Homain 
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I '^9 - Reeidence I f.tour-l'aubcurg 150 ruö de Gri^aelle 



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100 rue de Longch&rap 
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49 rue Aap^re 
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33 citi des Pleura 

83 3d. erthier 
130 «venue de Villiera 




Aa ncBt of the penelons in Paris «re private and have cnly a few rpfMVftA'^y vr ^ 
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tnSIOnS. HOTELS, FAfflfLLES 
• ET FOVERS 

indiquSs par l'Alliance Francaise 





PrUre de bien vonloir ecrirc vous-memcs, de noire pari : 

■" "^^l"mel IS.l'ilr'''""'- ""■ ''"■ ™«- "-16 ifenne du 
fouÄeflfso efl5 NF r'ia ^Z'""'' "' '"""'''^ ' ^'''""'>« 2 per- 

studioV^fl^.lV ans 02 VpVifV. ■''''' P"'-''"""«' <^^t i'^"- Jour - 
-p-o,iiu iiL i,.nns . 4^ Ah + u ">, , Pill- personne et par joiir. 

Residence ^Jeanne (Montparnasse ) : U, rue Stanislas, Vi. ui. 
.^^^ Pension complete : 19/20 NF par jour. 

Pension bomecq : Ij^^ae d'Assas, VI', Tel. LIT. 37-47 (4 chainbres) 
/^^'^p{t^ '' jeunos .llles ; ch^,bre>^c^lr';]&, : 

Les Marrorifffers : 78, nie d'Assas, Vr, Tel /) 1 V S7-71 

U^,u!'-^'Z''^" ' ^^^^ ^our -pens^bn complöte : 17 NF nar 

(30 NF paiir 2 personnes^ - * ••""• 

Residence La Fayetie : 24, nie JiuffauU, IX\ Tel TliV 73 w 
^ ension complete : pour 1 pcM-sonnc, ä parUr ck 17 5(f NF • nour 
■1^ 2 personnes, a partir de 15 NF par personne. - Demlhen^Ton' 

Pension Saint-Germain : <J3, riic du liac. VI\ Tel. LIT. -A'Um 
K / /^ h."r;il"vK'"' '• '''■""-/'^.""•«" ■• 12,50 NF . ohmnb c-s in vUliKlIes • 

) 

Mme Oargouge: 6, nie Gustave-Nadmid, .VI/'. Tel TIIU 4(i Jii 

par ionV: 10 '" "lö % " "<•""-'"■"'""' • V-v nu.is. 350 XF ; 

Pension Nicot : 120, hd liasixiil. VI: Tel. LIT 01.13 

M^l'eusion eomplele : a parlir de 20 a 25 NF par personnt el i.ar 

\ ch T .• rlf in^i- 'vp P"'"""« <^' P^"- J"'"- - j"inw a o.lobre : 
\_ cn. + p. (lej., 10/12 NF par porsonne cl par jour. 



HOTELS 

De l'Avenir : Gö, nie Madame, Paris, VP. Tel. LIT. 84-54. 
D'Orient : 43, nie de l'Abbe-Gregoire, VP. Tel. LIT. 23-28. 
De Suede : 31, nie Vaneaii, VIP. Tel. INV. 18-G5. 
Dagmar : 225, nie Saint-Jacques, V^ Tel. DAN. 22-33. 
Gay-Lussac : 29, nie Gay-Liissac, V^ Tel. ODE. 23-9e>. 
De France : 10, nie de Vaiigirard, VP. Tel. DAN. 08-83. 
University Hotel : IGO, nie Saint-Jacques, V^ Tel. ODE. 76-7». 
De l'Äcademie : 32, nie des Saints-Peres, V^ Tel. LIT. 36-22. 
Des Etrangers : 2, nie Racine, VP. Tel. DAN. 04-39. 
De Champagne : 15, nie Lamartine, IX^ Tel. TRU. 72-19. 
Du Marechal-Ney : 49, nie Henri-Barbusse, V. Tel. ODE. 31-88. 
(Chambrc double ou individuelle et petit dejeiinei'). 

Les prix selon ies höteis, varient de 6 ä 10 NF par jour et por personne 

FAMILLES RECEVANT DES NOTES PAYANTS 



{Les places etant en nomhre tres limite, ecrirc longtemps ä l'avance) 

(soiis enveloppe ferniee) 

Mme Bouis : 62, nie du Fb(/-Poissonniere, X\ Tel. PRO. 78-72. 

Demi-pension : 320 NF par mois et i)ar personne - chambres dou 
bles (poiir deux personnes) : 420/450 NF par mois. 

Mme Cresp : 2, rue des Chatelaines, Meudon (S.-et-O.). Tel. OBS. 20-70 
A partir de novembre, pension i)our jeiines lilles ; en debors des 
vacances, pension eoniplete : 18 a 20 NF par jour - denii-pensio 
15 NF par jour - pendant les vacances, pension complete : 20 
])ar jour. 




FOYERS MIXTES 



Mme Heulot: 16, rue du Fouv, VI. Tel ODE. 60-61. 

A partir de 16/17 ans (chambre et petit dejeuner) : 58 NF par 
semaine. 

Mlle Joyau : 28, rue Vineuse, XVr. Tel. PAS. 13-11. 

.leunes lilles et jeunes j,'ens, demi-pension : 20 NF par jour - pen- 
sion : 23 NF par jour - cbambre 2 lits (pension complete) : 18 NF 
par jour et par personne. 

Mme Lesimple : 11 bis, rue C.-Franck, XV\ Tel. SFF. 97-36. 

Demi-pension : 520 NF par mois (jeunes filles et jeunes gens). 

Mme de Trudon : 157, bd Saint-Gemwin, VII'. Tel. LIT. 94-22. 
Pension complete pour jeunes filles. 



Prix Chambrc + ])elit dejeuner 
moyens 1/2 pension (cb. -f p. dej. -f 1 repas) 
pension complete (eh. -f 3 repas) 



7,50 NF par jour 
16 NF par jour 
20 NF \)dv jour 




^cordia : 41, nie Tournefort, Y\ Tel. GOB. 75-16. 

^ loute lannce (pour jeunes lilles inscrites au IV' degre). Cham- 
IP bre individuelle : 7 NF par jour - cbambre double : 6,50 NF par 
jour et par personne. * 



CItö Uniyersitaire : 19, bd Jourdan, XIV. Tel. GOB. 90-95. 

L niqueinent pendnnt les vacances : cbambres et restauianl. 



FOYERS POUR JEUNES GENS 

Union Chretienne de Jeunes Gens: 14, rue de Trevise, IX\ Tel. PRO. 
90-94. 

Uniqueincnt pour jeunes gens de 17 ä 23 ans. Cbambres ä 1, 2 ou 
3 lits : 6 NF a 12 NF ])ar jour, sans repas, pour etudiant de pas- 
sage - demi-pension : 180 a 240 NF par mois, pour cbambre, 
20 ])e{its dejeuners et 20 diners. 



FOYERS POUR JEUNES FILLES 

Britisii American Y.W.C.A, Hostel : 26, rue d'Anjou, VIII\ Tel. AX.I. 
09-57. 

Demi-pension \muv 3 mois au miniinum. CIiami>res ä 1 lit : 220 NF 
par mois - cliambres a 2 lits : 175 NF par mois - cbambres ä 3 lits: 
170 NF par mois - cbambres a 4 lits : 165 NF par mois. 

Maison Jeanne-d'Arc : 21, rue Bertrand, VIT. Tel. SEG. 75-17. 

Cbambres individuelles. Pension complete : 16 NF par jour - 
demi-pension : 13 NF par jour - chambre -|- petit dejeuner : 
7,50 NF par jour (joindre timbre ou coupon international pour 
la reponse). La Maison .leanne-d'Arc peut egalement picndre des 
jeunes gens jjendant l'ete. 



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Union Chretienne de Jeunes FiSIes : 22, rue de Saples, VHP. Tel. BAB. 
23-49. 

Demi-pension, seulement ä partir de 18 ans - cbambic -f petil 
dejeuner et 24 repas du soir : 230 ä 240 NF par mois. 



Foyer Notre-Dame : 5, rue La<fran</e, V. Tel. ODE. 49-9(). 

(Cbambres doubles et individuelles. Pension complete (cbambre 
double) : 300 NF par mois et par personne - chambre individuelle: 
330 NF par mois et par |)ersonne. Demi-pension (selon le nombre 
de personnes |)ar cbambre) : 210 a 210 NF i)ar mois et par |)er- 
sonne. Chambre + petit dejeuner (selon le nombre de personnes 
par cbambre) : 150 a 170 NF par mois et par personne. 

Maison de Familie (Sccurs Marie-Auxiliatrice). 25, rue de Maubeuge, IX'. 
Tel. LAM. 54-10. 
Petits dorloirs et douches. 

Foyer International Carrefour ! 44, nie des Bernardins, Paris. V. Tel. 
ODE. 20-80 (ä partir de 18 ans). 

Cb. 1 lit -f petit dejeuner : 7,50 NF par jour - cb. 2 lits -f petit 
dejeuner : 6,50 NF i)ar i)ersonne et par jour. 



Accueil Temporaire : 



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13, nie de Vaugirard, Paris, Vr. Tel. DAN. 50-78 : 2,50 NF par jour. 



Residence Universitaire Antony : 

Tel. HOB. 47-90. 

chambre, petit appartement, restaurant 



(in 30 iuin au 
30 septembre 



Entraide Universitaire : 10, nie de la Vir toi re Paris, IX" 

Tel. TUR. 96-82. 
eh. ä 2 et 3 lits, 5 a 7 NF par ])crs. et par jour 



juillet ä 
octobre 



Maison des Etudiants du Maroc : 11, nw des Ecolcs, Paris, V". Tel. 

TU. ODE. 13-95. 

du 15 juillet 
au 15 octobre 

Sejour d'une semaine : 8 NF par personne et par j(jur - a partir d'une 
semaine : 6,50 NF i)ar pers. et par jour - un petit dortoir ])eut etre 
utilise pour 4 NF. ])ar pers. et par jour (douehes, petit dejeuner, 
serviee eoinpris). 




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Rochesler, Micliigan 



Affiliated uith Michigan State rniiorsity 



Le 12 Juillet I963 






Monsieur, 

Professeur d'histoire aux Etats-Unis, specialiste de l'histoire de 
France, je viens de re(jevoir une bourse de recherches pour pour- 
suivre mes travaux aux Archives nationales ä Paris. Cela comporte 
a m'etablir avec ma famille, y compris mes trois^enfants %es de 
trois a dix ans, ä Paris pendant notre sejour d'ä i^^n r^r^p^c^ nno 



trois 
annee 



a UJ.A ans, a raris penaani; nox;re sejour a'a peu pres une 
a partir de septembre ou peut-^tre de la derniere moitie 
d'aoüt. 



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Nous n'avons pas pris de decision au suJet d'un sejour aussi 
prolonge en pension, mais en tout cas il nous faudra une pension 
convenable et bon marche pendant nos premieres semaines en Prance. 
Bien que mes^compatriotes aient la renommee d'etre riches, cel 
n'est point a propos quand il s'agit de ma bourse d'etudes tre^ 
modeste. Par consequent, il nous faut \m prix de pension absolument 
minimum . 

Que serait votre prix (y compris le Service) par semaine, en sup- 
posant que vous pourrez loger une famille de cinq personnes dans 
deux chambres ä partir du 7 septembre au plus tard ou, eventuelle- 
ment, une ou deux semaines plus tot: 

1) Les premieres semaines * Pension complete pour deux adultes 
et trois enfants (10, 7 et 5) . 

2) Apres la rentree des classes . Pension complete^ pour ma femme 
et mon petit gargon de trois ans; pension complete pour mes 
deiox fillettes (10 et 7 ans) et moi-m§me le samedi et le 
dimanche; demi-pension pour mes deux filles et moi-meme cinq 
jours par semaine. 

Comme nous nous embarquons en aoüt. Je serais reconnaissant d'avoir 
votre reponse aussi tot que possible. Merci d'avance. Si nous 
arrivons ä convenir sur un prix satisfaisant et si vous pouvez 
nous loger au temps de notre arrivee. Je voudrais bien vous envoyer 
mon cheque couvrant le prix de la premiere semaine en avance. 

Vej^llez agreer, Monsieur, l'expression de mes sentiments distingues. 

Peter Amann ^^n^^^V Adresse particuliere: 

Professeur d'histodre ,^ i^'^^^ L^ ^52 Kuhn Street 

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PROPRiäTAIRES : NACHMANN-HEYUM 



le 17 Juillet 1963 



Monsieur le Professeur Peter AMNN 
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Nous avons bien lu et avec grand interet votre lettre du 12 er* ei 
nous avons le plaisir de vous r^pondre comme suit: 

Sous la condition que vous trouverez votre decision assez vite et 
que nous aurons encore la possibilitS des disponibilit^s de cham- 
bresjvu la grande demande pour la saison,nous vous •ffrons: 

1) Pension completc pour les deux adultes et les 3 enfants,pla«e8 
dams une chambre avec salle de bain d deux lits 

et 
une cha.mbre avec douche avec un grand lit a deux personnes et 
et lit pour une per sonne par jour frcs 21 4-- 

2) Pension complete pour votre dame et le gar9on 

et 
demi-pension pour vous-memes et les deux filles 172^- 

3) les 5 personnes les deux chambres avec petit dojeuner 

le dimanche 88.- 

Ces prix s'entendent par jour,toutes les taxes et service y compris. 

La troisieme propositicn concerne le dimanche, le jour avec restaurant 
ferml,donc sans dljeuner et sans diner. 

Coinine d^jd dit plus haut il est de votre interet, de trouver votr« 
dicision le plus vite possible pour nous perraettre de vous dire,si 
nous avo^Js encore des disponibilit^s» 

Envous assurant nos meilleurs Services d votre fintiere satisfac^ion, 
Veuillez agreer , Monsieur le Professeur , nos salutations distinfKöes. 

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Paris le 15 Juillet 1963. 



75, Rue du Cardinal-Lemoine 
PARIS (V«) 

Töl. : DANTON 79-23 



Monsieur, 

en reponse ä votre lettre du 12 Juille 
dernier, j 'ai le regret de vous informer que nouj 
ne pensons pas avoir de charabres disponibles 
ä partir de Septerabre prochain. 

Avec encore tous mes regrets,je vous 
prie d'agreer Monsieur, mes sinceres salutationsj 



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HOTEL PENSION 

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tranquilit^, confort, une 
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prix mod^rös. 

Situated in the centre 
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comfort and good food 
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SAINT-SIMON 

14, SAINT SIMON - PARIS-VIIe 
TEL. ; LITTRE 35-66 



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En r^ponse a votre lettre, je vous 
donne le prix des ohamiires que je peux vous proposer 
en Septembre. 

Tout d'abord une chambre pour 3 et une 
autre pour 2 sur le mSme etage separees par une salle 
de bain ,le prix serait par jpur pour 5 personnes 162 Pr 
pour la demi-pensiom de 3 et la pension pour Madame ^ 
et l'enfant.Et quand vous desireriez prendre un repas 
en plus le samedi et le dimanche le prix du repas 
serait de 7 Pr.50. Ces prix sont taxes et sei-viee inclus 

S± vous donnez suite a ce pro jiet veuillez 
me conf inner le plus tot, aar il me reste peu de plrce 
pour Septembre. 

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49, RUE AMPERE. XVII! 



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J'ai l'honneur de rc^pondre k votre l^tre du 
7 Juin pour !• eventuelite d'une pension ä la 
Villa Ampfere du 8 Septembre k fin Novem^yre • 

II vous faMrait donc 2 chambres avec chacune 
un grand lit (ou 2 petits lits pour les enff^nts) 
et en plus I lit d*enfant. 

Je vous indique le prix de cette penrion , compte 
tenu de la cemi-pension cinq jours par semaine 
pour 2 enfants et vous-mÄme. 

I®) I grand e ctR m\gre deux personnes > 

I»r moiß - I^re personne , I.OOO frs 

2eme personne 

(avec d^duction pour les repas 
non pris du Lundi au Samedi)... 550 

+ I enfant de 3 ans tous les 

jours 600 

2®) I chambre plus petite pour deux jeunes enfantß . 
par mois - 

2 personnes demipensMn 5 jours 
par seBi*.ine et pension corrplfete 
Samedi et Dimanche - ensemble... 1.200 

TOTAL : 2.350 frs. 

soit par jour : 2,350 78 francs et 30 Centimes. 

30 ' 

RestiÖDt k votre disposition pour tous 
renseignements complementaires qu'il vous 
plairalt de connaltre, je vous prie 6.^ bien 
vouloir agreer, Monsieur, l'expression de mes s 
salutations tres distinguees. 




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savoir que nous louons (avec pension complete ou demi-pension) des 
chambres ayant tout le confort ( eau cöurante chaude, telephone 
direct ville, eventuellement avec bains, etc.), 

Equivalence en Classification tourisme : 2 Etoiles A 

Nous servons trois repas : 

Petit dejeimer : The, chocolat, cafe, lait beurre, 

confiture, etc.« 
Dejeuner et Diner : Tous les repas comportent : 
Entree, plat garni, fromages, desserts. 

La demi-pension comprend le meme service, mais avec 30 repas 
par mois,- au lieu de 60,- qui peuvent etre pris par nos dient s, 
aussi bien : deux dans la meme journee, que pas du tout un autre 
jour, ou bien encore qu*il soient remplaces par des invitations et 
aussi bien le midi que le soir. 

Les repas non pris sont au choix : soit rembourses, seit 
remplaces par des invitations. 

Tous les repas corapris entre trente par mois (demi-pension) 
et soixante (pension complete) ne sont comptes que pour la/diffe- 
rence du prix entre ces deux pensions, c'est a dire : Cl j/^ - 
Ceci est aussi valable pour les invitations. 

Au dessus de soixante, les repas sont factures ! 

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possible d*avoir un plateau,-ou un repas,- chaud dans la journee, 
plateau froid le soir. 

Les prix sont Jjijj ^^ ^s par mois en pension complete 

'V ^^ ^ Prs par mois en demi-pension. 

Ces prix sont toutes taxes, service, bains, chauffage 
COMPRIS. S'il y a depart en cours de mois, seul est compte le nom- 
bre de jours effectivement passes, au prix du mois divise par 30. 
Durant les absences de vacances, seul le prix de la chambre est 
compte« 

Restant ä votre disposition pour tous renseigneraents pomple- 
mentaires, je vous prie de bien vouloir agreer, 
l'expression de mes salutations distinguees. 





II est preferable, pour reservation, si ces con^tions vous 
agreaient, de me le faire savoir de 1 ä 3 mois ä l'avance. 

Notre telephone : WAG. 46.42. 



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Mr« Peter Amann 
Professeiir d' Hlstoire. 
^52 Kuhn Street. 
PONTIAC. Michigan'. 
F. S.A. 

Monsieur, 

J»ai bien regu votre lettre et Je vous en retnercie. 

Mais avant de vous repondre sur le fond permettez- 
moi, puisque vous §tes Professeur d» Histoire, de rectifier l'opinion que 
vous avez au sujet des conditions d'une Pension de Familie actuelleraent ä 
Paris '. 

II '.;e s^agit pas, croyez-moi, pour ces etablisseraents, de faire des 
prix aux Americains parce qu'on les suppose riches, comme vous me l»avez 
ecrit, Sans vous rendre compte peut-Stre k quel point vous me desobligiez 
en vous exprimant ainsi. IIa Kere et moi nous avons regu des Amerlcains 
et des Amerlcaines pendant plus de i+C ans; nous avons eu ä coeur de los 
traiter comme les Frangais; la supposition que vous paraissez faire est un 
soupQon injuste; nous ne meritions certainement pas d'§tre ainsi traitee^ 
s'il corresroniait h une verite, nous aurions considere cela comme un dcs- 
honneur, Un tres grand nombre de ^rofesseurs America ins que nous avons re4 
gus sont restes nos Arnis; c'est la preuve que nous les avons bion trait'^s. 
.•• Tellement bien nfme, pour un prix modiquo, que, lorsque los InipÖtS et 
le« chargos sociales sonf devonus exorbitants, le prix du Service: prohibi- 
tlf, enfin quand notre Imnieuble a eu besoin de grosses reparations, nous 
n'avons eu qu'une ressource: vendre nos appartements a des familles privees 
en Sorte que notre JPension de Familie N'EXISTE PLUS, 

Voici 3 adresses auxquclles vous pourriez dcrire : 
Pension ORFILA, 60 Rue d'Assas, Paris C^'. 
2® Reslden e Hontparnasse, Ih Rue Stanislas, P^ris 6^, 



3° HÖtel-Pension Salnt-Siraon, Lh Hue saint Si::ion, Paris ?<>, ^ette dernioro 
adresse est la meiUeure, mais les prix y sont evideinmen" plus eleves. 

Toutefois, avec la conipllcation des 3 personnes en demi-pen- 
slon, 5 jours par semaine, ce qui ne peut Stre qu'une source de contestä- 
tions, vous auriez boaucoup plus d'avantages a louer un appartement raeu- 
ble; et vous en trouverez en lisant les annonces de journaux tels que: 
le Figaro ou le Ne\\r Tork Herald. 

#e connais vore problerae ayant regu bcaucoup de professeurs 
boursiers; mais il est de plus en i.aus difflcile ä rdsoudre, du fait des 
clrconstances economioues. . .cela n'est pas de mon ressort. 

Veulllez excuser ma franchise; c'est oue j'alme beaucoup 1»A- 
merique et les /üaericalns , et cola me fait de la peine parce ue je suis 
Francaise, que vous uissiez cralndre d'§tre exploitcs par nous. 

Agreez, Monsieur, l'expression de mes sentiments tres distin- 



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Nous accusons reception de votre lettre 



Voici ci-apres les prix de pension : 



Pension complfete 22 Frs par jour + 12^ de Service. 

Pension " enf ant • 16 Frs par jour + I2fo de Service L 



Demi-pension Gde personne • I8.B&S par jour + 12^ de Service \ 



Demi-pension enf ant 10 Frs par joxir + 12% de service • 

Chambres libres ä partir du ier Septembre prochain v 



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nances vous nous obligerez en repondant par courrier tournant f^ 

A vous lire , veuillez agreer, Monsieur 
le Professeur , nos salrtations distinguees f« 



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GOB. 39-99 
DAU. 10-21 
LIT. 12-21 
LIT. 89-72 
LIT. 94-35 
LIT. 29-13 
GRE.12-42 
DAN. 86-48 
LIT. 71-15 
WAG, 46-42 
ODE. 91-66 
ODE. 76-01 
LIT. 06-03 
GAL. 62-24 
GOB. 46-69 
LIT. 37-71 
DID. 63-99 
ODE. 78-88 
MAI. 00-64 
DAU. 11-95 
MAR. 01-32 
DAN. 01-41 
GOB. 39-83 
LIT. 52-33 
DAN. 79-23 
GOB. 47-78 
GAR. 62-91 
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LIT. 35-66 
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Finland Research Scholars (Cont'd) 

Mooring, Francis Paul, Nuclear 
Associate Physicist, physics 

Argoime National Laboratory, 
Illinois 




University of 
Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



Waananen, Martin V., 
Associate Professor of 
Agricultural Economics, 
Washington State University, 
Pull man 



Agricultural 
economics 



University of 
Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 






• 



Lecturers 

Anderson, Quentin, 
Professor of English, 
Columbia University, 
New York 

Carter, John Philip, 
Professor of Business 
Administration, University 
of California, Berkeley 

Coryell, Charles DuBois, 
Professor of 
Chemistry, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 
Cambridge 

Delahay, Paul, 
Boyd Professor of 
Chemistry, Louisiana 
State University, Baton 
Rouge 

Ehrmann, Henry W. , 
Professor of Government, 
Dartmouth College, New 
Haii?)shire 

Hand, Clifford Jay, 
Associate Professor of 
English, University of 
the Pacific, Stockton, 
California 

Herriot, John G., 
Professor of Mathematics, 
Stanford University, 
California 



FRANCE 






American 
literature 


University of 
Toulouse 
and Lille 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


Business 
admini s t r at ion 


University of Aix- 
Marseille 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


Nuclear 
chemistry 


University of 
Paris 


Jan. -Oct. ^ 
1963 L/^ 



Chemistry 



National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 




Comparative Summer Seminar 
and international at Nice 
govemment 



July 1962 



American 
literature 



Universities of 
Caen and Grenoble 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



Mathematics 



University of 
Grenoble 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Finland Lecturers (Cont'd) 

Bakken, Henry H., 
Professor of Agricultural 
Economics, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison 

Birdsall, Richard D., 
Assistant Professor of 
History, Connecticut 
College, New London 

Curran, Mary D., 
Associate Professor of 
English, Queens College, 
Flushing, New York 

Gillett, George W., 
Assistant Professor of 
Botany, Michigan State 
University, East Lansing 

Miller, Ward S., 
Associate Professor of 
Engllsh, University of 
Redlands, California 

Peck, Robert R., 
Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education, 
Bates College, Lewiston, 
Maine 



Agricultursil 
economics 



American 
history 



American 
literature 



Botany 



English 
language and 
literature 



Physical 
education 



• 



Turku School of 
Economics 



Sept. 1962- 
Feb. 1963 




University of 
Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



School of Education, 
Jyvaskyla 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



University of 
Turku 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



University of 
Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



School of Education, 
Jyvasljyla 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 




Rohde, Kermit J., 
Associate Professor of 
Psychology, Oregon State 
University, Corvallis 

Saylor, John G., 
Professor of Secondary 
Education, University of 
Nebraska, Lincoln 

Sweetser, Frank L., 
Professor of Sociology, 
Boston University, 
Massachusetts 

Research Scholars 

Kampner, Burton L,, 
Registered Architect, 
Huntington Woods, Mich. 

Liimatainen, Robert C, 
Associate Chemical Engineer, 
Argonne National Labor atory, 
Illinois 



Social 
psychology 



Education 



Sociology 



Archltecture 



Nuclear 
engineering 



University of Turku 
and Abo Academy, 
Turku 



School of Education, 
Jyvaskyla 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



University of 
Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



Finnlsh Institute of 

Technology, 

Helsinki 

Finland Institute of 

Technology, 

Helsinki 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 



Sept. 1962- 
June 1963 




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France Lecturers (Cont»d) 

Lazarsfeld, Paul F., 
Professor of Sociology, 
Columbia Uhiversity, 
New York 

Loy, J. Robert, 
Professor of Modem 
Langua^e, Brooklyn 
College, New York 

-^ Lynch, Edward J., 
\ä4^^// Assistant Professor of 
- J/ Petroleum Engineering, 
fO Stanford University, 
^ California 

MacDonald, Gordon J. F., 
Associate Director of 
Institute of Geophysics, 
University of California, 
Los Angeles 



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Sociology 



University of 
Paris 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 




American 
literature and 
civilization 



Petroleum 
engineering 



Geophysics 



Universities of 
Strasbourg and 
Clermont Ferrand 



Institute Francais 
du Petrole, 
Paris 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 — r7 



y 



Les Houches 
Summer Seminar 



July-Aug. 

1962 

(6 weeks) 




Marton, Ladislaus L., 
Chief, Electron Physics 
Section, National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, 
D.C. 

Pincetl, Stanley J., Jr., 
Associate Professor of 
History, San Diego State 
College, California 

Remak, Henry H., 
Professor of German, 
Indiana University, 
Bloomington 

Robbins, Richard H., 
Assistant Professor of 
Sociology and Anthropology, 
Wheaton College, Norton, 
Massachusetts 



Traugott, John L., 
Associate Professor of 
/'^ English, University of 
California, Berkeley 



Electron 
physics 



University 
of Paris 



Jan. -June y 
1963 -'- \^ 



American History University of 
and Franco- Paris 
American relations 



Oct. 1962- . y 
July 1963 "V ^ 



Comparative 
literature 


University of 
Lille 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


Sociology 

and 

anthropology 


University of 
Strasbourg 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


American 


Universities of Aix- 


Oct. 1962- 


and 

English 

literature 


Marseille and 
Plitiers 


July 1963 



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France Lecturers (Cont'd) 

WaMke, John C, 
Professor of Political 
Science, Vanderbilt 
University, Nashville, 
Tennessee 

Wendt, Allan E., 
Associate Professor of 
English, Mills College, 
Oakland, California 

^VvA, Wenkert, Emest, 
L/J^ Professor of Chemistry, 
^ ^ Indiana University 
^^ Bloomington 

Wickes, George A. , 
Associate Professor of 
English, Harvey Mudd 
College, Claremont, 
California 




Political 
science 



• 



Nice Seminar of 
Political Science 



July 1962 




English 
and 

American 
literature 


Universities of 
Di Jon and 
Besancon 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


Organic 
chemistry 


National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 


April -June 
1963 


American 
literature 


University of 
Nancy 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Woodress , James , 
Professor of English, 
San Fernando Valley 
State College, 
Northridge, California 

Research Scholars 



American 
literature and 
civilization 



Universities of 
Renne s and 
Lyon 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 





Andrews, William G., 
Assistant Professor of 
Government, Tufts 
University, Medford, 
Massachusetts 



Comparative 
government 



University of 
Paris 



Oct. 1962 h/^ 

July 1963 ^ 



Bannister, Thomas T., 
Assistant Professor of 
Biology, University of 
Rochester, New York 

^ Bloom, Stewart D., 
v^ y^ Physicist, Lawrence 
\j^ \/ Radiation Laboratory, 
l"^ Alamo, California 

Forster, Robert, 
Associate Professor of 
History, University of 
ebraska, Lincoln 

Hope, Quentin, 
Associate Professor of ^ 
Language, Indiana 
University, Bloomington 




Botany 


National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


-t/- 


Nuclear 
physics 


National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 


Jan. -June 
1963 


■^ 


French 
history 


University of 
Paris; National 
Library, Paris 


J\ily 1962- 
Feb. 1963 


r 


French 
literature 


University of 
Paris 


Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 


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France Research Scholars (Cont»d) 





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Jewett, Paul King, 
Aflsociate Professor of 
Systematlc/Theology, 
Fiiller Theologie al Seminary 
Paßadena, California 





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• 



Leondes, Cornelius T., 
'>vxP Professor of Engineering, 
University of California, 
Los Angeles 

Martin, Donald B., 
Research Fellow, 
National Institute of 
Health, Bethesda, 
Maryland 



Merritt, Lynne L. , Jr., 
Associate Dean and 
Professor of Chemistry, 
Indiana University, 
Bloomington 

V/'mißcatine, Charles, 
Professor of English, 
University of California, 
Berkeley 

Pope, John Alexander, 
Director, Freer Gallery 
of Art, Washington, D.C. 



Spencer, Eleanor P., 
y\j^X Professor of Fine Arts, 
^ Goucher College, 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Towster, Julian, 
Professor of Political 
Science, University of 
California, Berkeley 

Vartanian, Aram, 
\Vy^ Associate Professor of 
French, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis 

Weinberg, Bemard, 
Professor of French, 
University of Chicago, 
Illinois 




^ 



Theology 



Engineering 
and mathenatics 



Internal 
medicine 



Chemistry 



French 
literature 



Far Eastem 
art 



French 
literature 



Political 
Science 



French 
literature 



French 
literature 



Catholic Institute 
of Paris 



Faculty of 
Sciences, Paris 



National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 



National Center of 
Scientific Research, 
Paris 



University of 
Paris 



Musee Guimet, 
Paris 



University of 
Paris 



Practical School of 
High Studies, 
Paris 



National Library, 
Paris 



National Library, 
Paris 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Oct. 1962- y 
July 1963 -V- 



Oct. 1962- / 
July 1963 -V- 



Jan.-July 
1963 



V- 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Jan. -July j/1 
1963 ^ 



Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 




Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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Oct. 1962- 
July 1963 



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- 20 - 




Lecturers 

Bayers chmldt, Carl F., 
Villard Professor of 
Gennanic Philology, 
Columbia University, 
New York 



GERMANY 



Germanic 
philology 



University of 
Hamburg 



Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 




Bothner-By, Aksel A. , 
Director of Research, 
Mellon Institute, 


Organic 
chemistry 


University of 
Munich 


Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 








Chametzky, Jules, 
Assistant Professor of 
English, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst 


American 
literature 


University of 
Tubingen 


Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 


Eckert, Ernst R. G., 


Mechanical 


Technical Institute, 


Oct. 1962- 


Professor of Mechanicnl 
Engineering, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis 


Engineering 


Stuttgart 


April 1963 


Frenz, Horst, 

Professor 

of English, Indiana 


American and 

coinparative 

literature 


University of 
Hamburg 


Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 


University, Bloomington 








Frohock, Wilbur M. , 
Professor of Romance 


American 
literature 


University of 
Munich 


April -Aug. 
1963 



Languages, Harvard 
University, Cambridge, 
Massachusetts 




Fulda, Carl Herman, 
Professor of L?lw, 
Ohio State University, 
Columbuß 

Gehreis, Franz, 
Associate Professor of 
Economics, Indiana 
University, Bloomington 

Gordon, Jesse Emanuel, 
Assistant Professor of 
Psychology, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Henel, Heinrich E., 
Professor of German, 
Yale University, New 
Haven, Connecticut 



Business Law 


University of 
Frankfurt 


June -Sept. 
1962 


Economics 


Free University of 
Berlin 


Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 


Clincal 
psychology 


University of 
Hamburg 


Oct. 1962- 
Aug. 1963 


Germcin 
literature 


University of 
Bonn 


Oct. 1962 
March 1963 




« 



April 12, 19635 



% 



Professor Charles D. Coryell 
Department of Cheralstry 
Massachusetts Institute 

of Technology 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Dear Mr. Coryell: 

I have i^ecently been awarded a research Pulbright to Paris for 
1965-64. Since then I have written to a number of people who 
have spent some tirae in Paris in the last year or two with their 
f amilies. I have been regaled with all kinds of tales about how 
difficult and/or expensive it is to find a place to live there 
and have also been irapressed with the Wide variety of experiences 
American scholars have encountered. Naturally I am anxious to 
minimize the trauma. 

I am writing to you an one of the Pulbrights now in or near Paris 
to ask you whether you happen to have an apartraent or a house 
which will be vacont next year and which you would recommend for 
our family, which includes three children ranging from three to 
ten. Our finsncial limitations are the usual ones that Puilbrights 
labor under. We would prefer a place in Paris or in the immediate 
suburbs, like S^vres or Neuilly. 

I would very much appreciate hearing from you even though I feel 
something of a scavenger trying to take advantage of what is no 
doubt your hard-won achievement — i.e. a place to live. Thank you 
very rauch. 

Sincerely yours. 



Peter Amann 
Associate Professor 
of History 

PA:w 




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HOUSING PROBLEMS? 

The American Advisory Service 

will find the accommodation YOÜ want 
16 Avenue Carnot. Paris. — ETO. 09-35 



apartmpnt. o rooms. all comfort. sunny. 
nigh clas.s. Fr. 1,600. KLE . ȧ-:o. 

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Modern 6 room.s, 
baihs, garage. 
TP!.: ELY. 47-04. 



ETOILE «-„.:,° 



'oom.s, linpn room, two 
rooms. ELY. 47-04. 



Ki^^rHpir"\^'^^'^A« 'STUDIO. SIIOUER. 
KITCHEN. fr. :r.O. LOHE: ETO . J«-.-,t. 

ETOILE: Furnished apartmpnt, 5 large 

rooms, kitchen, bathroom. all comfort 

Fr. 1,450. POL 4fi-'i(!. 



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Well-furnished, independent 2 rooms, kit- 
chen, bath, garrien. near Bois. Write.- 
Box 37.678, Herald. Paris. 

July-August. PTE. ST.-CLOUD. 6 rooms, 
1 bath, 4 dressing rooms, 2 showers, TV, 
all comfo rt. MIR. 51-49. 

Sublet 1 month beginning June Ist. 2-bPd- 
"•oom flat. near Pte. St.-Cloud. VAL.52-18. 



NEUILLY: 

Fr. 



Studio, kitchen, 
450. MIR. 87-52. 



bath. 



^v!f^J^*l: Unusually spacious brand-new 
""^"■nishpd. Extra largo living-room 
bedroom, kitchen and bath. Sunny aSi 
-,.,,,„, ploasanl. Fr. |.<MM(. 

.M'.l ILLY^: Modern, unfurnished. VPrv 
quict and .sunny. Large living-room. bed- 
room. kitchen and bath. Fr. 1,100 



TOILE: Beautiful furnished 3 rooms 
comfort. Tcleph.: ETO. 38-32. 



all 



JOHN BROOKS S.A 

ELY. .«-00 AND ELY. 00 



AVE. DE LA «iRANDE-ARMEE: Studio, 

kitchen, bath. closet. 45 sq.m. Furnished. 

Tel.: WAG. 16-23. 



ARGENTINE ^•^:; 



furnished three 
rooms. bathroom, 
kitchenertP, lelephonp. WAG. 98-60. 



Vllth: NEAR PONT ALMA. Good bachp- 

lor apar mont. ideal for writei B^ight 

and quiet living-room. bedroom, on hieh 

floor. Free May lOth. 

91 r^H^J?,*^'^^^ RELATION SERVICE 

21 Ch.-Elysees (2d fl. right). BAL. 74-24. 

PASSY: Well-furnishpd 3 rooms, quiet. 
comfoit. Fr. 850. Batisse: KLE. 04-47 



10 MINS. BOIS DE BOl'LOGNE, in high- 
class building. vpry high floor. 3 room.s, 
kitchen, bathroom. ultra-modern. tele- 
phone, maid's room. with shower, gar- 
age. WAG. 98-60. 



TROCADERO: New. furnishpd 2-3 bed- 
rooms 4- large living. all comfort. high 
class Fr. 2,000. ELY. 86-00. Post e 3Ö2. 

APARTMENT MEUDON-BELLEVUE. 15 

mins. Paris center, for 3 months. July- 
September, 3 rooms, all modern comfort. 
beautiful view on Paris from balcony. 
Telephone, linen. etc. neai- woods and 
Shopping center. Call: O BS. 47-13. 

ON .N.^TO: New, furnished 2 rooms, kit- 
chen, bath. all comfort. high class. Fr. 800 
No agents. PAS. 87-43. 1-3 p.m. 



MUETTE ^jJfs'Lg'^ ^IT' .^^^^^- 

.1 K .\: i; *^ „^^- ^EW, 5 rooms, 
2 baths. Fr. 2,500. B AG. 61-84. 

NEAR BOIS ^'••'' ^RR"»' iiving -f- 

u , n^ai^.,. ^^^^ moriprn. 

nrw builing. Fr. 1.000. BAG. 61-84. 

FTOn F * i'ooms + bedroom. nrw 
i ^iKJiL^Lu Painting. Fr. 1.650. BAG. 61-84. 

OUNERS AWAY OR POSTED ABROAD 

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h MONTHS lo .^ YEARS. POR 70-79 



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of London.' 
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Brompton 

American al 
Plu.shly fuij 
large bathij 
floor, balcj 
walls, Oriej 
£575 exclusl 
PARk 4332, 



EASY DRii 
SPOTS. Fl( 
Irom beac 
furnished 4\ 
5 beds. lerl 
availab'p, 
ing ownpri 
lanetti. 82 



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mpnis in n> 
Palma and[ 
ing in Kl 
with privai 
Pricp lo inl 
meals. Wiil 



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_l7th: WELL-FI'RNTSHED .3-ROOM 
APARTMENT, BATH. KITCHEN PHONE 
Er. 7.-»0. PAS. .^1-9,-». 



V HI irn Nice. furnished 
V .-IlUVjWiaige hving 



1 bedrooms. 2 baih^ 
lies maid' 



GRE. 60-17 



apartment 
-t- dming-room 
kitrliPn, possibili- 
room. 



COLOMBFS: Furnished villa. free July 
ist 8 rooms. kitchen, bath -f- dressing 
room, telephono. garden. garage. Fr 1 '>oo 
Tp!.; tri. 09-28. ' '" 



NEAR FOCH: Very we!l-furnished living 
-'- 2 bedrooms. all comfort. Fr. 2.000 
MASSONI. 21 Rup Lesupur, KLE. ««-.V> 



XVIth: For 6 months only. two luxurious 
furnishPd apartments . Massoni: KLE. 69-55 

VICTOR-HIOO: Unfurnished Mving -f 
bedrnom. Fr. 900. MASSONI : KLE. 69-.55. 

EXELMANS: Sumptuous hving-room -i- 2 

rooms. kitchpn. b«th. luxe, furnished 

phone. garden, sun. Fr. 1.750 net. 

Tel.; MAC. 24-99. 



vu\}:St^'Y ,. ^^.'^'^ living. 2 bedrooms. 

kitchcn. bath. telephone. furnished. all 

comfort. garage. Fr. 900. TR I. 37-40. 

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Ravissant appartemenr meublc. livln« 4- 

chanibre. cuisine, bains. a.scenseur. tele- 

phone. Fr. ].: {50. MAC. 19-82. 

NE.AR ETOILE: Top floor. 1 living-room 
1 bedroom adjoining iPrrace, in high- 
...^ . cla.ss. new building. 
A>E. PAlL-DOrMER: Living-room 2 bed- 
rooms. npw furnituip. high das-« 
P. BATON. 15 Avp Paul-Doumor.POI .55-.5.S 



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dren. seek.sj 
Sous 



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quires apj 
Space for 
to July 10, 
Facilities 
consideratij 
dpppnding 
send füll 
Bo> 

Wanted \\ 
arpa. largf 
mpnt or hoi| 
room f- 
Two-v< 



Apart., 



SEGIR: Furnished 3-room 
6th floor. comfort. Fr. 850. 



apartmeni, 
POR. 70-79. 



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New. largp living -f 
room. VERY LÜX- 
URIOU&LY FURNISHED ai; romforf 
phone. high floor. Fr. 750. BAL 79-16 



NEITLLV: NEU BMLDINC;. 
NISHED STIDIO. Fr. 7««. 



iCLOFD (5 nims. Bois de Boulogne» 
rlous 4 rooms. furnished. 2 baths 
ace. garage. lor 5 persons. 6 weckf 
July-August. MOL. 16-33. 



WELL FI R. 
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Would rent lo F.mbassy or SHAPE- Snäri 

ou.s Villa (10 rooms. 2 bathsi, largp ßar- 

dpn 600 sq m . for 12. 18 or 34 month«: 

LE VESINET. Call: 966-22 66 



FOCH 



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Dear Mr. Amann, 

Congratulations on your research Fulbrif;ht. I hope your 
year will be as interesting and pleasant as ours has been« 

Unfortunately, the fine apartment that we are living in 
will not be availabl© next year« And there is no d^nying that it is hard 
to find a place to live in. However, we found the Fulbright Office (9 rue 
Chardin) to be ver^ helpful. In fact it was through them that we found this 
place« 

How early can you get here? We arrived in Paris June 23rd« 
We were far and away the first Fulbright grantees to arrivo. They didn*t even 
have the list of available apartments ready» Even late in August hardly anyone 
had got here. So I have the impression that if you can beat the crowd - if 
Jou are teaching in suinmer school come as soon as it is over - you will have 

better luck« Wh 

V/e never lived in Neuilly before and even though it is a haven 
of rieh American businessmen we are very pleased with the place. I can 
recommend the Cours St. James on the rue Windsor, co-educational school that 
goes up to troisi^me. We spend $200 a month for a comfortable two-bedroom 
ap't (we have three kids, one sleeps in the living- room) and that included 
heat, water, and a sweeping view of Paris. Others have been less lucky. 
A friend on fiine Psys about J230 for similar accomodations in a fancier ap't 
house. And we Icnow another Fulbright family that are living in a fantastically 
luxurious place and paying over ^400 a month for it. 

One rarely sees an ap't that could accomodate a family of 
five advertised in the Paris Herald Tribüne for ±mE as little as 1000 francs 
a month ($200). But lower rents aay be available in the banlieuo. I will 
include the for rent section of the paper to give you an idea of what 

is offered. 

If by any chance you are arriving early I believe our pro- 
prfc^taire yould be glad to rent you this place for the month of July while 
you looked around. He is moving in in August, we movo out on July Ist. 
Only trouble with this place is that the furniture is rather battered. 

I wish you the best of luck. 



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M. R^mi P. Clicnet 
c/o M. H» Benoit 
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Abldjan, Ivory Ooaot 
West Afrlca 

eher Monsieur, 

Je viens d'apprendre par les solns de l'Uni veralte de Chicaco, que 
V0U3 desirez louer votre appartement, 59, rue Dulong. Paris XVIie, 
a m\ professeur aralricain pendant votre sejour en Amerique. Comme 
J'al obtenu une boiirse Pvilbright pour l^annee scolalre prochaine 
pour poxirsuivre de recherchea histoidquea dana les arohives 
nationales h. Paria, Je m'lnt^resse vivement h !• appartement que 
vous avez h. louer. Voudriez-vous bien repondre aux questlons 
auivantes? 



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L'appartement eat-il toujoura diaponible? 

N0U8 avona trois enfants, rangeant en Äge de trols h. dlx an». 

Est-il posaible de mettre un troisi^me lit dans la chambre 

a coucher, ou sont actuellement les deux lits individuela? 

Combi en faut-il compter pour les depenses de chaxiffage, 

electricite, etc • ? 

Est-il poasible, par haaard, d'obtenir votre appartement en 

»l-septembre 196?/ pizisque c'est alors que nous arriverons h, 

Paris? Bien quUl ne noua iioit poasible de nouß obliger au 

dela d'aoQt 19^4, il est possible {raais gu§3?e probable) que 



noua demeurions xme seconde annee a Paris. 



5« ün Probleme moindre, raais qui nous Interesse parce que ma 

femme est rausiclennet est-il possible — comme votre appartement 
est au sixieme etage — d'y mettre un piano? 

6. Noua serait-il poasible d'avoir une personne de notre connala- 
aance de visiter votre appartement a Paris? 



•avance de votre r^ponse et puls -je vous assurer d 
5 trös vif intei^t. Veuillez a^reer, Monsieur, 1* 



Merci d 

de notre 

de mes sentimenta devouer. 



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expresslon 



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Aosociate Professor 
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Madame Olivler Ziegel 
66, Boiolevard Malesherbes 
Paris, Prance 

Dear Madame Ziegel J 

When after New Year's I recalved your frlendly card In whlch you 
hoped that we might meet In Paris some tlrae, the proapect seemed 
very remote Indeed. Slnce then I have been awarded both a Fulbrlght 
research grant and a Oußgenhelm Pellowahip to continue ny research 
on the Revolution of 1840 In Paris. The result Is that, togethcr 
wlth my wife and three chlldren, I expect to spend the comlng 
academlc year In Paris* Naturally, we are dellghted and are very 
ntuoh looklng forwai»d to lt. 

Ever slnce I was Informed of the award a few weeks ago, I have been 
Inqulring of former Fulbrlght Pellows about llvlng condltlons In 
Paris, and have found out that the houslng shortage in the capltal 
seems tA be acute. VJhlle raost other Araerlcana have ended up by 
flndlng somethlng, thls has usually proved qulte dlfx'lcult and 
frequently too expenslve, conslderlng the extent of thelr govem- 
ment stlpend. We are now trylng to looate Pulbrlght Fellows 
presently llvlng In Paris or the suburbs, or Prench Professors 
expectlng to live abroad next year, in order to find a vacated 
apartment to rent. The responses have not begun to corae in. 

I would llke to ask you If you would consent — naturally for rerau- 
neration — to take a look at some apartments that we might hear 
about« We are looklng for a tv/o- or three-bedroom arrangement, 
fumlshed, wlth refrlgerator and adequate heat. I would have 
great confldence in your Judgraent. If you yo\irself shoxild hear 
of a fumlshed apartment — and I am aware that long-established 
x^sldents usually are not llkely to — naturally we would be 
dellghted to hear about lt. Our ideal — and thls is probably qulte 
f ar-f etched — is to live In th# aeptl|me because we would llke to 
send two of our chlldren to Ecole blllngue located on the Boulevard 
Be la Bourdonnals. If you are too busy to undertake these soraewhat 
unorthodox mlsslons, please do not hesltate to tum me down. 



In any caae we ohall be looklng forward to 
husband in person next fall. 



tlng you and your 



^A Cordlally yours. 



Peter Amann 



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Slnce you may be Interested in secing some of the frults of 
your archlval labors, I am sending you several recent articles of 
mlne under separate cover. 



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Le 5 mal I965 




Ministere de l^Educatlon nationale 
96 # Boulevard Haspall 
Paris, France 

Messieurs, 



Je viens d'obtenlr une bourse Pulbrtght a poursuivre de recherches 
hlstoriques ä Paris pendant l^annee scolalre 1963-64* Un des 
problemes que d'autres Pulbrlghts ont^encontre est la dlfflculte 
de trouver un appartement convenable ä Paris« J'al eu l^ldie 
que chaque annee 11 doit y avolr de profesaeurs parlslens qul 
fönt un tour d'etudes ou d'enselgneraent ä l'etranger, et qul 
voudralent louer leur appartement ä Paris pour l^annee scolalre. 
Sans doute, un de vcs bureaux aura une liste de professeurs de 
lyc^e ou de faculte partls k l'etranger pour 1 'annee. Je vous 
§rle donc de m'en envoyer une cople, afln que Je pulsse leur 
ecrlre» 

Mercl d'avance. Veulllez agreer, Messieurs, l'expresslon de mes 
sentlraents devouer. 



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Peter Amann 
Paculte d'Hlstolre 

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May 5i 1963 




Mr. E. J, Lynch 

4, Clt^ de3 Alouettes 

Le Vlsinet (S et O) 

Dear Mr. Lynch: 

Thank you very rauch for your full and very helpful letter» Even 
thoxigh yoxir house sounds qulte dellghtful, we are aTrald that It 
wotild be out of the question for us. In the flrst place, for a 
mimber of reasons, we cannot arrlve until late August or more 
likely early Geptemberj seoondly, even though we nilght be vfllling 
to pay as much as you pay for an apartment In Paris propor, for 
the suburbs thia strikea us as excesslve — certalnly ccnslderln^ 
our reaources. These raay be famous last irords vrhich we may have 
trouble dlgeating throughout the next year« 

In any case, thank you very much for answerlng so promptly, and 
I hope you have luck in gettlng someone to take up your lease. 

Cordlally yours. 



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Please accept my congratulationsl 

Your letter has just come, at the moment when I too an out 
lookinp^ for an apartment (I am staying on another year, but must 
leave before the owner of this one comes home. ) so I am very 
sympathetic. This is^ the best time apparently to look, there 
are certainly more available in the Herald Tribüne listins; than 
since last summer, so I should think that if you do not r^et a 
Chance to transfer a lease you might run an ad. ^-oreover, your 
needs will be nore comfortably satisfied - three small children 
who will need a place to run - if you plan for a suburb where you vill 
have a school and park nearby,and less of this murderous Paris 
traffic. I would add Versailles to your list, or the suburbs on 
the Ligne de Sceaux, because commuting on those two lines is fairly 
easy. To have a car is to S73end hours finding a place to park in 
the City, even with the p-rivileize of the Blue Zone for which you 
buy a Card. You see, the problems are real. If a Single person is 
left alone, by deaths or marriages in the family, the law states that 
he niay not occupy alone more than two rooms, thoucch for professional 
reasons he Tiay keep a third room on which he is taxed. He gets 3 months 
to make an exchange (nearly all apts are OAvned, not leased);if he 
finds nothing that suits him, the city steps in and choosed for him, 
so that his 1 arger apt.can ^o into the marketi 

If you are livinir in the suburbs it is very pleasant to have a 
desk and bookshelf at the C^ntre Universitaire International, 178 
Boulevard Saint-G^nnain, Paris 6. Mme Zalberg is the head; if you write 
now you are sure of a place high on her list. There are typewriters 
and a small reference library, and two good secretaries. 

I hope that the goverrunent will be abl e to control inflation, or 
that the US Commission will give you an extra allowance if costs keep 
rising. Even living alone very sirnply my costs are more than they 
were in a su^^burban house in Baltimore! 

If you can come over early ahead of the crowd of returning 
vacationers, university students-all of whom have to find lodgings too, 
as well as other Ful brighters , you h ive more tine to look about, 
practice French, and find what you can do«..and the Cormiission will 
reimburse you for your fares if you can indicate any sort of need to 
get started earlier on your research. Small hoteis are nearly enoty 
in August but fill up tight in Sept. and Oct. 

What a lot of advice, but you invited it, didn't you? I hope 
that you have some good luck, and that we si.all nseet in tlie fall. 



Sincerely , 



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ABIDJAN 5/6/63 




eher Monsieur, 
J' ai bien recu votre lettre du 30 avril et vous en remercie.Malheureuseraent 
il serable que l'üniversite de Chicago •et mal compris mes ^ropositions .En effet 
je rentre de Cote d'Ivoire vers le 15 Septerabre h Paris et ne quitterai Paris 
qu'kla fin du mois de Novembre. .L'appartement ne sera pas disponible avant le 
ler ^ecembre ^^5^^ 

Vous pouvwz faire visiter l'aeparteraent par une personne de votre choix. Celle ci 

devra prendre contact avec mon frere qui habite presentement l'appartement en 

lui telephonant tot le raatin MAC 58 53 ; 

Toutefois e me demande si l'appartement ne risque pas d^etre trop petit pour 

les enfants.ßn outre je n»ai pas de troisieme lit mais nous oourrions peut etre 

trouver une Solution. "eanmoA^ j'attire votre attention sur la difficulte de loger 

3 enfants dans cette chamlre, 

La question du piano m'apparait difiicile a regier, tant en ce qui ooncerne sa 

montee en haut ( cela serait obligatoirement un piano droit)qu* en ce qui conceme 

vos relations avec les gens de l'appartement en dessous qui sont tres susceptibles 

et detestent le bruit 

Les notes de gaz et electricite se montent pour les mois d'hiver ä 1^000 par mois 

tout compris et 7000 pour les mois d'ete/anciens francs bien tentendu \ 

En restant a votre disposition, je vous prie eher Monsieur de croire a l'expression 

de mes< sentiments les meilleurs 



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Proressor Henry Mahler 
5, Rue Casimir Pinel 
Ifeuilly (Seine) 
Prance 

Dear Professor Mahler: 

As a prospective Pulbrlght Research Fellow who has been adequately 
Intimldated by rumours of the apartment shortage in and about 
Pairls, I have been writlng letters of inqiiiry to current Ftilbrlghts 
to see if I mlght be able to take over aa apartment for tnyaelf and 
my family which includes three chlldren« Professor Wfenkert was 
klnd enoTo^h to suggest your name, since you apparently have found 
a satisfactory place and have the same number of children as v/e 
do. 

Oovia you glve me raore detalls, including rental of course, about 
the apartment i)?hich you occupy? As thlngs stand now we are plannlng 
to arrive in Paris in early September, shortly after Labor Day. 

I shall very much look forward to hearing from you. Hiank you in 
advance • 

Since rely yours. 



Vetar Amann 

Aasociate Professor 
of History 

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 




OFFICE OF THE 

DEAN OF THE GRADUATE DIVISION 

LOS ANGELES 24, CALIFORNIA 

Mr. Peter Amann 
Associate Professor 

of History 
Oakland University 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Prof. Amann: 



May 7, 1963 



Your letter requesting information as to the 
possibility of a professor from France Coming 
to UCLA for the 1963-1961; Academic Year, has 
been referred to me. 

I have called the chairman for the Fulbright 
Welcoming Committee to see if he might know of 
someone you might contact. He teils me that the 
list of Fulbright Scholar s Coming from abroad 
does not get to him until September or October 
therefore he suggests that you write to 

Mr. Francis Young 

Executive Secretary 

Conference Board of Associated Research 

Councils 
Committee on International Exchange of 

Persons 
2101 Constitution Avenue N. W. 
Washington 2^, D. C. 



Sincerely yourj^T^ 





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trjorie C. Jones 
Research <Sc Fellowship 
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Hr. Francis Yoimg 
Executive Secretairy 
Conference Board of Associated 

Research Councils 
ComntLttee on International Exchange 

of Persona 
2101 Constitution Avenue N. W« 
Washington 25i !>• C. 

Dear Mr# Youngl 

I have recently been awarded a PulbirLght Research and a supplementary 
Ouggenhelm Pellowshlp for the comlng academlc year, durlng whlch I 
will be worldng In the National Archlves In Paris. I have slnce 
then become keenly aware of the acute houslng shortage In the Paris 
area and thls Is irtiy I am wrltlng to you« 

In Order to locate an apartment sultable for our famlly, whlch 
Includes three chlldren, and one whlch we can afford on our stlpend, 
I have been wrltlng to varlous Pulbrlghts currently In or around 
Paris« So far, I have had no sraashlng success« I would llke to 
ask you for the addresses, flrst, of any Parlslan scholars, teachers, 
researchers, etc., who mlght be comlng to thls country for the 
academlc year 1963'-64, who mlght want to sublet thelr apartment 
In or about Paris. Secondly, I would llke to have the addresses 
of Amerlcans currently on exchange or fellowshlp programs In or 
about Paris who are there on a grant other than a Fulbrlght-Hayes 
fellowshlp. I have, for axample, found out accldently about a 
National Science Foundation Pellow wlth wliom I have begun to cor- 
respond about houslng. 

I woiild very rauch appreclate yotir Cooperation, and presumably ray 
interest mlght also be useful to some of the people whom I am trylng 
to locate. Thank you very rauch. 

Slncerely yours. 



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Aesoolate Professor 
of Hlstory 

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# THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



CLARK KERR 

President of the University 

E. W. STRONG 

Chancellor at Berkeley 




OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR 
BERKELEY 4, CALIFORNIA 



May 14, I963 



Professor Peter Amann 
Department of History 
Oakland University 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Professor Amann: 



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Your letter addressed to the Dean of the Graduate Division at Berkeley 
has been forwarded to the Office of the Chancellor for reply. 

Searching our records for visiting professors for next year, I find only 
one from France, who Is expected for the Spring Semester, 1964. He i s - 

Mr. Augustin Blaquiere 
Faculte des Sciences de Paris 
48 Rue du General Foy 
Paris (8 eme) France 

We have not been Informed when Mr. Blaquiere expects to arrive in the 
United States or whether he plans to spend the fall Semester at some other 
American University. Nor do we know anything about his quarters at the above 
address, and whether they would suit your needs. 

Perhaps you may want to correspond wi th Mr. Blaquiere to determine whether 
his apartment would be sui table for your fami ly for the period he will be 
away. I hope this Information will be helpful. 




M. D. McConnell 

Assistant to the Chancellor 



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Madame Jean -Richard Bloch 
27, rue de Richelieu 

Pairis^ France 

Chere Ifedame: 

Je ne sals vralraent pas que J'ale le droit d'lmposer h, votre blen- 
velllance sl oe ne solt que par l'araltle enti^e votre farallle et 
la mienne« En effet^ 11 y a vlngt-quatre ans que vous me 
connalsslez lorsque ma famllle etalt brevement etablle ä Paris 
quelques raols avant le coraraencement de la guerre« Inutlle de 
parier de l'immensite qijil nous separe de ces Jours lolntalns et 

En 1939 
famllle 
ans ce 

mols-ol* Professeur d'hlstolre comme votre Michel, Je suis 
speclallste d'hlstolre franjalse attlre par la revolutlon parls- 
lenne de 1848 • 

Ce qul m'a eraanene ä vous ecrlre, Madame, c'est que Je vlens 
d'obtenlr ime bourse Pulbrlght et Ou^genhelm pour poursulvre raes 
recherches aux Archlves nationales et ä Celles de la Guerre k 
Vlncennes pendant l'annee scolalre proch۟.ne# Pendant les 
demleres semalnes nous avons falt de grands efforts pour trouver 
un appartement convenable & Paris pour les mlens* Je suis entre 
en correspondance avec les professeurs d'echange actuelleraent ä 




Paris et aussl avec Quelques professeurs frangals devant partlr^ 
aux Etats-Unls l^annee prochalne« Jusqu'lcl nous n'avons tiTouve 
rlen de sür« Sl vous connalsslez quelqu'un dlsposant d*un apparte 
ment i Paris ou (sl cela est 5.ntrouvable) dans la banlleue, nous 
serlons tres reconnalssants d*en apprendre« Nous savons blen que 
la sltiiatlon est tres dlfflclle. 

Je voudrals aussl vous demander s'll ^talt posslble d'envoyer mes 
llvi^es d'hlstol3?e pnr» colls postal ä votre adresse« Comme 11 est 
probable que nous alllons par avlon, 11 nous seralt dlfflclle 
d 'empörter tous nos bagages k molns d'envoyer mes livr^s en avance 
Sl cela s'arrangeralt dlfflcllement. Je ne veux point en Imposer 
iL votre bonte. 

Avec toutes mes amltles et ma reconnalssance* 




Peter Amann 
PAsw 



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Cher Monsieur, 

Merci de votre lettre Ijl 1'3:p !^Iai. 

Je suis ravie de la perspective de votre venue a Paris 
avec votre fajnille Dour plusieurs mois,, et nous nous rejouis- 
sons beaucoup, mon mari et moi , de vous rencontrer.. 

Je vous remercie aussi "beaucoup d'avoir la gentillesse 
de m' annoncer l'envoi de vos articles. Nous les lirons tous les 
deux avec le t)1"us s:rand interet, et je vois que vous ne cessez 
pas votre trava.il«. 

Toutes mes felicitations poiir les bourses de recherche, 
cela prouve en tout cas que vos efforts sont anprecies et j • en 
suis ravie,. 

En ce aui concerne votre nrobleme d' appartement je m'en 
occuperai tres volontierst. Si vous avez des adresses a me don- 
ner, n'hesitez pas, et j * irai les visiter pour vous, mais coinine 
vous me le demandez je me rens eigne pour savoir si je peux 
trouver queloue chose DOur vous, de preference sur la rive jau- 
che*. J'ai un espoir pour un appartement Rue des Saints-Peres ,. 
mais je ne veux pas vous en parier troD en detail avant qu'il 
se concretise». 

Voulez-vous bien me faire savoir, le plus rapidement possi| 
ble quand vous comptez arriver ä Paris et jusau'ä quand vous 
souhaitez etre locataire d'un appartement«. Voulez-vous me dire 
aussi le prix maximum aue vous voulez bien envisager de payer 
pour cette location. Des oue vous m'aurez repondu et que je 
serai mieux fixee sur vos projets, cela sera plus facile d' 
essayer de vous aider». 

En oe aui concerne votre amie Mrs Pope, je vais lui ecrire| 
tres bientot,mais je suis absolument d^bordee cette semaine et 
comme je pense qtie vous avez l'occasion de la voir f requem.ment ,. 
voudriez-vous etre assez aimable pour lui dire qu'elle peuir, 
des maintenant, se mettre en rann ort avec r 

Mademois eile STERIN 
Club des Quatre-Vents 
I, rue G-ozlin 
PARIS 6^ 

de ma part«. 

Vous connaissez peut-etre ce Club. C'est une Organisa- 
tion frangaise qui se Charge de l'acoueil et des echanges pour 
tous les pays du monde.. C'est une Organisation tres sf^rieuse.. 



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Les familles auxquellen on confie les ,ieunes gens sont toiites 
des familles sur lesquelles iine enauete üpealalole a ete faite, 
et je crois que Mrs Pope peiit s» adresser ä ce Club sans aucune 
hesitation»- 

Voulez-vous lui dire aussi que le prix de pension complete 
pour sa fille, dans une famille ou eile serait tres conf ortable- 
ment installee, coirune höte payant , varie entre 20 et 22 Prs par 
jour». Elle peut naturellement n'etre au* en demi-Toension , ce^ 
que je lui conseille, Xt^ y'^^vW^uHuJ^ ^-^aaju>Cv-»^ nK-w^ iyuuü-^^Jr cS l^cU ^ 

Je vais bientot avoir d'autres adresses, et ,i*^crirai 
directement a Mrs Pope, mais j'ai prefere vous prier de lui trän: 
mettre tout de suite ces premiers renseignements.. 

J'attends votre reiDonse, et vous prie de croire,cher 



Monsieur, a l'assurpnce de me^- sentiments tres sympathiaues.. 





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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING 
LOS ANGELES 24, CALIFORNIA 



May 16, 1963 



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Peter Amann 

Associate Professor of History 
Oakland University 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Professor Amann: 

Unfortunately, my apartment in Paris was such a good 
find that it is already committed for the next year. 
Actually since you are willing to consider the suburbs 
of Sevres or Neuilly my observations have indicated 
that it may not be too difficult to get an apartment 
at a reasonable price. 

My very best wishes to you for what I am sure will 
be a very successful year. Also congratulations on 
being appointed a Fulbright Research Scholar. 

Very sincerely, 



C. T. Leondes 

Professor of Engineering 



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Cable Address, COINEX, Washington. D. C. 



COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF PERSONS 
CONFERENCE BOARD OF ASSOCIATED RESEARCH COUNCILS 

Mailing address: 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, D. C. 
Office address: 1785 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington 6, D. C. 



MEMBER COUNCILS 

American Council on Education 
American Council of Learned Societies 
National Research Council 
Social Science Research Council 



May 17, 1963 



COMMITTEE MEMBERS 



M. H. Trytten, Chairman 

Jesse W. Beams 

R. Taylor Cole 

Theodosius Dobzhansky 

Arthur A. Hauck 

H. FiELD Haviland, Jr. 



Amos H. Hawley 

Wendell P. Jones 

George S. Lane 

John F. Latimer 

John A. Logan 

Robert E. Spiller 



Francis A. Young 

Executive Secretary 



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Dear Professor Araanns 

Dr» Young has asked me to reply to your letter of May 13, since iny work 
is concemed with the postdoctoral Fulbright program with France* 

I am afraid the Committee is not in a position to assist you with regard 
to housing in Paris. The majority of Fulbright applications from scholars in the 
Paris area have not yet been received by the Committee for review, it would seem 
that the chances of your locating an apartment through any of these persons are 
rather slight. Unfortunately, we do not have the naiaes of American grantees 
currently in France under other exchange programs. 

If you have not already done so, I would suggest that you communicate 
directly with the United States Educational Commission in Paris at 9, rue Chardin, 
Paris l6e, for advice. You might also wish to write to the office of the Cultural 
Attache of the American Embassy at h, Avenue Gabriel, Paris 8e, for possible assist* 
ance. I understand that the Association France — Etats-Unis at 2U, rue Eugene 
Flachat (17e), and the Bureau Universitaire de Statistique at 5, Place St. Michel 
(5e), might also be able to provide you with Information. Another possibility 
would be to place an advertisement in the classified section of the Paris edition 
of the New York Herald Tribüne as soon as possible. 

I hope that these suggestions will be of help to you and that you will 
be able to find a suitable apartment in Paris without too much diff iculty» 

Sincerely yours, 

Nina Terry 7 
Program Assistant ' 

Professor Peter Amann 
Department of History 
Michigan State Univers ity Oakland 
Rochester, Michigan 



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LITTRE 88-50 

17 May, 1963 

Professor Peter ilmann 
Associate Professor of Kistory 
Oakland University 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Professor Amann; 

'^ongratulations on your Fulbright grant. Rest assured it is 
becoming increasingly easy to o*tain satisfactor#.y, moderately 
priced housing in the Paris area. 

The Centre Universitaire International has among its re- 
sponsibilities aidingfo^eign scholars to obtain housing. I have 
passed your letter along to its secretarial staff. You should re- 
ceive shortly some information from them on housing, 

I have also made some inquiries in our neighborhood that 
may turn something up„Xf so, I shall let you know at once. 
We have a very modern, two badroom apartment in a lovely apart- 
ment development in Saint Cloud. Our rent is $120 per month plus 
gas, lights and hot water. Heat is included. We have found it to 
be a marvelous place to live. Unfortunately, it is alrcady committed 
for next year. However, I am sure that there are many similar 
apartments available. It is only a question of making the right 
contact. 

Having gone through this process last year, I can of course 
realize your problem, If I can be of any further assistance to you, 
such as having a look at an apartment that you have learned of , 
ülease let me .now. 

One final bit of information: as you mentioned Paris and the 
immediate suburbs^ in one breath, you might be interested to know 
that there is generally a rauher substantial difference in rentals. 
Paris tends to be vquite a bit higher for similar quality housing. 
On the other hand transportation to the suburbs can be irksome. 




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Mrs. Kax Roaonlioht, 
55» Parc d •Ardenay, 
Pelaiacariy S* «t 0« 
Franoo* 

Dear Mre. Rosenlicht t. 

As a proapoctivö reeaaroh Fullbright in Paris next fall, I havo 
beon writing around to past Fullbright s in order to got Orient ed. 
My priioary interests have been housing and eohools for at leaet 
two of our children ( 7 and 10 ) whose Prenoh is so slight ae to 
imperceptible, 

Mre. Iggars who wrote me a long and infornoative letter was kind 
enough to mention your namo aa one American family very aatiefied 
with their set-up and therefore possible able to help and advise. 
While we have been trying to find aomething in Paris — so far with- 
out succese — is you houee or apartxent availablo for next fall? 
Do you Icnow of any other AiLsrican family who are happy wher they 
are — includin/- the amount of their rental — and whose place will 
be vacant at the end of the eumrcer? 

How have you found the problem of eohools for your children? 
Our 89 three of them, are 10, 7 and 5« We have üeen some.vhat scarod 
off the ecole communale but don*t see how we cun afford the Ecole 
bilingue (which eound e ideal) even were we to find a place in Paris« 

I do feel apologetic in importuning you but any and all Information 
that you might have would be very ihuch appreciated. Thaalc you* 

Sincerely youra, 




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Attache culturel, 
AmbaBBado da FrancOi 
Londros» U. K* 



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Cher Monelöur« 

Beneficiaire d'una bourae Fullbrlght pour poursuivro 
de recherohee hietoriquee a Parle l'annee scolaire prochaine, ja 
euia entrd an oorreapondanoa avec divers profeeeeurs aoiericaint 
qui ont paaee une des dernieree anneeaen France. Co!r.me vous eavez 
aana doute il est doublement difficile pour un ötranger qui ait 
famille eat n'eert pas tourise de trouver dn logement convenable. 

0*eat K. le profeaseur Vincent Beaoh de l'univoraite 
du Colorado qui m'a mis aur votre piste en ohantant lea louangea 
de votre apartement, A2, rue Corta^ert, qu'il louait pour aon 
aejour a Paris il y a> je oroiea, deux ans* ^>• Beach ooyait qua 
voue dispoeez de votre aparteiLent parieien a un professeur am«- 
ricain durant votre sejour a l'etranger« 



Comme M« Beach» j *ai troie enfants assez bien ranges» 
ages de 10 a ]/ ans. Je eerais tres interease a louer votre aparte« 
ment rue Cortambert 8*11 etalt disponible. Noue compton arriver 
a Paris au comTencement de septembre. 

Je serais tres reconnaiseant d *avoir vötee räponse. 
Kerci d 'avance. 

Veuillez agrevor» l^oneieur» l'expression de mes senti- 
ment 8 lee plus distingues. 




Pst er Amann 

Aaaociate Professor of History 




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M. Auguatln Blaquiore, 
Facultö des Sciencoe de Paria, 
AÖ, ruo du Oenöral Foy, 
Paris, 8° 
Franc©. 



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B^Hv^f^ciaire d 'une bouree Fullbright pour poureulvre 
de reoherehee hietoriouea a Pari« 1 *annee prochaine, je voudraie 
y trouver un logemont convenable pour oioi-aeme, :i& feror^ ef" 
noc troie enfant». C*eet avec 1 'idee de louer l'apartement de 
quolquo profeeeour parieion dovant vonir aux Etats Unie 1 'annee 
ecolaire prochaine nuc j'avaie ecrit a plueieure grandee 
univereitee an.ericainee pcur me reneeigner eur 1 'arrivee de 
profeeeoure franqais. 

L'Univereitö de la Californi« a 3erlceley m'inforiLe 
que voue devez y arriver au printempe 196^,aiai8 ilf i noraient 
ou V0U8 comptiez paeeer la prämiere partie de 1 *anno© ecolaire. 
En cae que voue devejt 5t re abeent pendant 1 'annee entiere, 
coneideriez-vouB a noue louer votre apartement a Parie. II nou» 
en faudrait un avec deux chanibree a coucher au mlnioAum dieponible 
de iöpteoibre 1965 a juillet ou acut 196A, 



Si VOUE ne pouvez ooneiderer oette propoeition, je 
eer^ia tree reconnaieeant dtapprendre le nom et l'addretee 
de 

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f!erci d 'avance. 



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ir^iia Tiree reconnaieeant aiapprendre le nom et l'addreaee 

I tout collegue detireux de Aiapoeer de eon appartement pari- 

.en pendant un eöjour d'ötudea ou d 'encei^nement a l'etraner. 



Veuillez agreer, Konaieur, l*expreecion de mee 
onent e lee plus dietlnguea. 



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Aeeooiate Profoeeor of Hietory 




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N0U8 venone do ra^avoir votro lettre et je m'ampresLa d 'ji repondre. 
Non eaulement soQmeo-noue roconnaissant a, male nous avone vraiiaent (=X6 
^mu par votre gentillesee en voua occupant de noe problenee. Si noue 
noue ßornmae debrouillee dane dos circonetancee eouvent aseez difficilep, 
cea axperienoea ne noua eervent guare quant il a'agit dans un miliou qui 
est tout de meme riadicalement difförentJ ma fctarue, bien nue see parenta 
furent des öocigrant e de la Finlanda, n'a Jamale ottj en Europe; et aiol 
j'al qulttö la France pour l^Amerloua en 10^1 pendant l'occupatlon alle- 
manda. Heureueement mea eouvenira dee motnodea d 'obtenlr du froinaje blano 
KNa mm pendant la dleette ne devralent guere etre appllcablea aujourd'hul. 

J*al telaphonö a Charlotte Pope cet apree-mldl a propoa de vos 
renaclgnemante sur le Club dea Quatre-Vent a. Elle ötalt troa reconnala- 
sante de voa efforta et m'a charga de voua dlre autant. Bien que aa 
fllle vlenne d'apprendre qu'elle pulsae ae loger dana un logeaent unl- 
veraltalre, aa more crolt bien que la jeune fllle aeralt plua beureuae 
avec^une famllle fran^alae. La jeune fsutiii fllle elle-inea.e est a aon 
cr>llfge et je ne aala vraiiaent pae ce qu'elle veut faire en ?rance. 

A repondre a voa queatlona concernant la grobleuie de logement j 
Noua arrlverona a Parle a peu prea le 7 ou 8 aeptembre pour y demeurer 
juaqu^a l'öte auivant, dlaons^ ^ulllet out aout . Je devraia ajouter 
ou'll aolt poaelble, male guere probable, oue xa bourae aoit re.iouvolee 
pour 1 'annae^ecolalro I96A-65. Quant au louer, 11 noue aeralt aiac de 
payer juequ'a 750 fr (chauffage, f^loctriclt'u et ^jaz y cornpria); 11 noua 
•erait poaelble male aseez difflclle d 'augmenter cela a 1000 fr; au deli 
de cette aocrre, je ne sala comnent noua ferlons. J'oublle malrteiant 
sl j'al parlb de noe besolns en detail» je crole qu'll no^e faudralt 
un appartement de ouatre ou blnq plecea avec un minlmum de deux ch-Ambrea 
a coucher pour noe trola enfinta ainel que ma femie et a.ol. Une cuiaine 
avec cui«alnlere, une salle de baln prlvö et du chauffage sorleux eeraient 
de rlguour; un frlgldalre aeralt tree düairaole. 

Jusqu'ä malntenant me proprea efforts n'ont polnt aboutl. Ka 
oorrespondance avec la plupart dea Fullbrlght actuelleaient dana la 
rüglon parlslenne n^ m'a paa encouragöe. II eeoible que la majorltc 
ont du aa loger km dana la banlleue ou bien IIa n'ont trouva que des 
appartementa a prlx fantastlcue ä Neullly ou Passy. Je aula aueel entrc 
en oorrespondance avec un profeaeeur fran^ale habltant le XVIIe (rue Lulong) 
qul dolt venlr ä I'ünlverslte de Chlca^'O 1 'annee ecolalre prochalne et qul 
voudralt bien louer son appartement. Malheure aement 11 sau.ble crolre oue 
cela seralt trop petlt pour tna famllle. D'allleure 1 'ap.^artsment ne aeralt 
disponible qu'en dacembre eat semble tree peu commode du point de vue des 
enfanta. ffe ne pula donc que repeter l'expreaslon de notre reconnalsEanoa 
ds vos efforts, f'adame. O'eet vrai-ent gentllt de votre part . 




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THK DIVISION OF TIIEOLOÜY. KTHICS. APOLOGETICS, 
AND PJIILOSÜIMIY ÜF ItKLIÜION 




FÜLLER THEOLOOICAL SEMIIVAUY, 135 NORTH OAKLAN13 AVENUE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA 



May 18^ 1963 




Dr. Peter Amann 

Associate Professor of History 
Oakland Univers ity 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Mr. Amann: 

Thank you for your letter of April l8. Congratulations on your award of a 
research scholarship to Paris under Fulbright auspices. Be assured that Paris 
is indeed an expensive place to live. We come from Los Angeles, and yet we 
have found no relief as far as expense is concerned. 

I should say you will alir.ost certainly have to settle for an apartment. Houses, 
in the American sense of the term, are only for the nobility. We have noticed 
several chateaus for rent at very reasonable prices, however -- reasonable, that 
is, for a Castle. The apartment in which we are now living will be vacant next 
year and, If you desire, we will be glad to recommend you to the present landlord. 
It apnears, however, that your family is too large to live here comfortably for 
any len^ith of time. The apartment contains only one bedroom, a bathroom, a large 
living room with eating area and a kitchen. It is on the fifth floor (fourth floor 
as the French reckon it) without elevator. It costs us about $l80.00 a month 
counting our Utilities. This is the West side of Paris where things are more ex- 
pensive, partly because American military people live around here. Th? East side 
is cheaper, but I know nothing about details and have no contacts there. 



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The Fulbright Office in Paris, at 9 rue chardin, has a list of available apart- 
ments. This list was no help to us because overything was ^^rabbed up immediately. 
If, however, you arrive ahead of the mein contingents or if you race in a taxf- 
cab to the Office as socn as you get off the boat, you might beat the crowd and 
find something this way. This is, of course, a slight hyperbole, but you should 
make every effort to be in touch with that Office as soon as possible upon arrival, 
if you have no other arrange-^^nts. 

Might I say that school for the children will also be something of a problem. We 
have only one daughter with us who is twelve years old. V'e are located where we 
now live in order to be fairly near to the English School of Paris. However, as 
it has turned out, she has prevailed upon us to let her go to a French school 
down the street. I do not know what your plans are in this regard, but both the 
American School and the English School of Paris are located on the West side of 
the city and, if your children go to either of th^^^e schools, you will almost 
certainly have to live on this side of the city. 



Dr. Peter Amann - cont. 



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May 18, 1963 



If I can be of any further help, i^lease let me know. 

Yours sincerely. 




Paul K. Jewett 






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UNITED STATES EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION FOR FRANCE 

9, RUE CHARDIN 
PARIS ie^ 

TROCAD^RO 46-54 



CABLE ADDRESS 

USEDCOM " PARIS 



May n/1963 



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Dear Mr. Amann 



In reply to your letter of May I5/I963 we should like 
to inform you that the Commission does not feel that it should rent an 
apartment for you before you arrive in France. The experience of the 
past 14 years has clearly demonstrated that it is a great mistake to 
commit any grantee, however easy-going, to quarters which he will inhabit 
f op a period of 9 months without his having had a chance to weigh the pros 
and cons personaly of the housing which is available. 

^ We hope that you will come to the Commission, located at the bottom 
of the public gardens below the Palais de Chaillot (METRO: Trocadero) 
and just across the river from the Eiffel Tower, as soon as you arrive 
in Paris. M. Charles Cusset has a housing list and will do his best to be 

of help to you. 

* • • ■ ■ 

We wish to remind you that available housing in Paris is hard to 
come by and is expensive, especially for those with two or three depen- 
dents, but the housing available in the suburbs is often less expensive 
and quite comfortable. If one is located conveniently close to a suburban 
Station, the suburbs are often only a half hour away from Paris. 

Even though the Fulbright Commission is not ultimately responsible 
for the Solution of thic difficult problem, it will nonetheless do its 
very best to help you to resolve the problem so that you can make the 
most of your year in Paris, still probably, in the final analysis, the 
cultural capital of the Western World. 



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Sincerely yours, 
Charles Cusset 




arcliitecturalart Services 
5 4 5 f r a 11 c i s c o s t r e e t 
sB^fi^ancisco 11, California 
tc^)lione ordway 3-0354 



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May 21, I965 



Mr. Peter Anann 
Assistant Professor of History 
Oakland Univers ity 
Rochester, Michigan 

De AR Mr. Anann: 

Mrs« Keough from THE University of California just 

CALLED TO TELL ME OF YOUR INQUIRY CONCERNING A HOUSE 

IN Paris. 

I HAVE SOME FRIENDS WHO WILL BE AWAY FROM THEIR HOME IN 
THE OUTSKIRTS OF Par I S — 15 MINUTES BY TR A I N — FROM 
APPROXIMATELY SEPTEMBER TO MaY. Th I S M I GHT BE OF I N- 
TEREST TO YOU. WhY DOn't YOU WRITE TO THEM AT THE FOL- 

lowing address: 

Mr. and Mrs. Fr ANCO IS Stahly 

6 RUE DE BaSS in 

Meudon, Bellevue 
Seine-et-Oise, France 

The HOUSE has a delightful and fairly large garden, approxi 
mately three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a 

STUDY, AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-EQU I PPED KITCHEN AND HEATINQ 
SYSTEM. LiNENS AND DISHES ARE INCLUDED. ThE RENT IS 
$260.00, A MONTH, EXCLUDING COST OF HEATING. 

If YOUR CHILDREN ARE QUITE YOUNG , YOU M I GHT FIND THE TWO 
MEZZANINE BEDROOMS SOMEWHAT I NCONVEN I ENT . 

SiNCERELY YOURS, 



Paule M« Anglim 
PMA: jB 



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F>nulc^ rn. an^Hn^» associates 



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May 22, I965 




rirs. Stuart S« Bloom 
4, Boulevard Jean Merraoz 
Neiallly-3ur- Seine (Seine) 
Prance 

Dear Mrs. Bloom: 

We were very touched by your helpful and infomiatlve letter, and 
really appreclate the efforts to whlch you went to help us. 
Although the apartments whlch you mentloned both sound very nlce 
indeed, neither of them would be anywhere wlthin our financial 
reach« Indeed, elther of them would absorb well over half of 
our monthly ^rant. I suppose we will have to look for somethlng 
somewhat less deslrable and hopefully less expenslve« We were 
ßlad to hear that thlngs aren't quite as tlght as they apparently 
have been a year or two ago. We were very Interested In hearlng 
about the vacuum and llnens that I4rs# Mahler Is selllnß and have 
written to her« 

Thank you very much for your ti^ouble and we hope that you have a 
pleasant stay in Brüssels. 

Gratefully youra. 



Peter Amann 

PA:w 




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May 22, I965 



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rir3. Henry Mahler 
5* rue Casimir Pinel 
Neiiilly /Seine 
Paris, Franc e 

Dear I-lrs. Mahler: 

?y nomr you niust evidently think that we are ubiquitous, since we 
are getting at you from tv/o dlrections. In her letter, I^ra. Blum 
mentioned the rent which you are paying for yoiir apartment, i^ich 
äoes sound very attractive but which is considerably more thari v/e 
could afford on the income we vd.ll have« We therefore could not 
really consider it seriously* Mrs. Blum did mention, hovxever, 
that you were planning to seil your vacuum and your linens for 
vlO each to avoid shipping. If you have not sold them and the 
off er still Stands, we would be delighted to take them off your 
hands, and I woi^d send you a check and the naue of an acqiiainteince 
of ours where the articles could be left* 

Thank you very much. I shall look fonmrd to hearing from you. 
Sincerely, 



Peter toann 
PA:w 




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Le 24 mai I965 




Madame Marguerite Bloch 
27, ftue de Richelieu 
Paris I^^, France 

ChSre Madame, 

Nou3 venons de recevolr votre tris gentllle lettre et nous noua 
rejoulssons ä volr ou 2t revolr et vous et votre famllle« 

Nous savons blen qu'll est tres dlfficlle de trouver un appartement 
convenable et que les meubles sont ordlnalrement chers» Nous avons 
ecrlt aux bourslers am^rlcalna actuellement ä Paris, mala noua 
n* avons paa eu de r^Sponses tr^s encourageantes* Une dame, Madame 
YacoSl-Zlegel, qui avalt entreprls de recherches aux Archlves 
nationales po\ir raon compte, nous a ecrdt qu'elle a quelque espolr 
d'en trouver un pour nous« Enfln, on se debrouillera. 

Tres probablement nous arrlverons en Prttnce dans la premlere 
quinzaine de septeuibre, et nous con5)tons demeurer a Paris au molns 
neuf mols, au plus une annee enti^re« La bourse que noua re^evons 
n'est pas mal, raals certalnement nous ne sommes guere ais^s. Y 
compris chauffage, electrlclte et gaz, 11 nous seralt assez facile 
de payer six cent francs de loyer par mols« Le cas echeant, nouo 
povirrions payer Jusqu'^ rallle francs par mols, mais cela seralt 
de ja penible« 

Au delä cela deviendralt impossible. Avec trols enfants 11 nous 
faudrait au molns un appartement avec cuiaine, baln, aalon et deux 
chambres k coucher~le tout meuble« Quant aux colis. Je ne sals 
pas encore a'il rae faudrait voua tro\ibler, car tout demlferement 
nous venons de changer d'un passage par avion au paasage par bateau 
L'envoi dependra de la quantlte de nos bagages« Mercl en tout cas» 

Avec tous nos voe\ix po\ir vous et les VÖtres» 



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AMBASSADE DE FRANCE 
LONDRES 



LE CONSEILLER CULTUREL 



22. WILTON CRESCENT. S.W. 1 
Tel.i BELoravia eo8 o 



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le 31 mai 1963 




eher Ilonsieur, 



Pardonnez-moi de repondre avec quelque 

a vos airaables li^nes du 17 mai ; j'etais 

.ce lorsnu*elles sont parvenues a Londres d 



retard 

en Prance lorsou'elles sont parvenues . _ 

precisement nous prenions cette möme semaine di 
arran^ements pour l'annee scolaire prochaine. A 
vif regret je ne puis envisa^er de vous recevoi 
ma raaison de Paris car je 

nee dans peu de temps pour 



s 

et 
divers 

mon 



Fra 
minee • 



vous recevoir dans 
dois moi-mSme rentrer en 
une Periode indeter- 



Veuillez agreer, je vous prie, eher Monsieur, 
l*assurance de mes sentinents les plus distin^ues 
et devoues» 






Cyrille Arnavon 



Professor Peter "mann 
Oakland University 
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Le j51 mal I963 




Madame Andr<?e Jouve 
9 bls^ rue Gazen 
Paris XIV^, Prance 

Ch^re Madame, 

Je sxiis bien hesitant de voixö tx*oübler puisque vous me connalsslez 
brevement pendant notre sljour 2l La Baule au cours de la guerre. 
A ce moment-lä> vovlb habitiez IiO Poullguen et vous loglez Pieri*e, 
le grand Pierre aux grlmaces effroyables qui, on m*a dit, est 
devenu une vedette du cinema frangais« Evidemmentj c*est blen 
longtemps tout cela« 



Ma m^re m*a donni votre adresse parce que nou3--ma femme, mes trols 
enfants, et moi-m^me--;allon3 etre h. Paris l'annee scolaire prochalne 
Je suis historlen> specialiste de la r^volution fran^aise de 18^ j 
et Je vlens de gagner une bourse h. poursuivre mes recherches 
hlstoriques aiox Archives nationales. C'est la premiere fois que 
Je serai de retour en Europe deptils 19^1 • 

Nous sommes entres en correspondance avec les boursiers americalns 
actuollement ic Paris afin d^obtenir des renseiKuements sur les 
appartements gamis ä louer. Ce qu'on nous a ecrit n'est point 
encourageant , au moins pas pour les etrangers, surtout lea 
amilrlcains. Nous savions qu'il^avait \me crlse de logement h, Paria, 
mais nous ne savions pas que c'etait aussi a^rieux que cela. En 
tout cas, si vo^as aviez quelque renseignement sur un appartement 
gami h. louer, nous serions tres reoonnaissants d'en savoir. Nous 
arriverons dans la premiere huitainc de spptembre. Avec trols 
enfants, 11 nous faudrauLt au moins de dexix chambres i coucher, 
cuisine, salon, et salle de bain. Nous pouvions payer aiseifient 
Jusqu*^ six Cent francs, llectrioite et chaixffage comprls, et avec 
dlfficulte Juüqu'i mille francs. Probablement, 11 nous faudra 
demeurer dans une penaion tout d'abord et cheroher un appartement 
sur place. En tout caa, que Je me rejouls de vous revoir. 

Cordlalement, 




Fator Amann 
PAtw 




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John H. Kndwles. M.D., General Dif?ectdr 

Ellswdrth T. Neumann, M.D., Administrator 



CASLE ADDRESS 
"MASSGENRAL" 




May 31, 1963 



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Professor Peter Amann 
Oakland Univers ity 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Professor Amann: 

I read your recent letter with great interest and offer you my 
heartiest congratulations, 

We (wife, 2 children--5 and 2) had a wonderful year in Paris. It 
was an experience we shan't forget for a long time. There are, however, 
many difficulties and adjustments. The most difficult is housing. It 
is as difficult and expensive as advertised, especially with small 
children. Our apartment with three bedrooms cost $220/month, and this 
is about par. There are cheaper places in the suburbs, but they too 
for this sized accomodation run $180/inonth. We obtained ours through 
an ad we read in the newspapers. Our apartment was lovely, but we were 
very luckv. Fortunately, the Fulbright people help, or at least advise, 
you in this regard. You might seriously consider coming before your 
family to find lodgings. We arrived together and spent two desparate 
(and expensive) weeks in a hotel. 

Another potential problem for you is that of schooling. The public 
schools are good, but adjustment can be difficult. Private schools are 
also good, but very expensive. If you want the name of the private school 
we finally settled upon, let me know, and I will happily supply the 
details. 

I am sorry that I cannot be more specific. If you can think of any 
particular questions, write again and I'll do my best. The Fulbright 
people issue an excellent bulletin that you should be receiving momentarily. 



Good luck. 
7J-. _ DBM:SB \ 



Sincerely, 

Donald B. Martin, M.D. 




IN BOSTON: 



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IN LINCOLN: Storrgw House CConvalescents] 



Paris, le 4 juin I963 





eher Monsieur, 

Merci de votre lettre du 18 Mai et de vous etre 
Charge de transmettre les renseignements ä Mrs Pope pour le 
sejour en France de sa fille. Rappelez-lui que si eile a 

besoin d'autres renseignements je suis toujours ä sa disposi- 
tion« 

En ce qui concerne votre sejour je dois yous dire que 
les prix de location d' appartement meuble sont tres eleves, 
et le. Standing que vous cherchez est celui d'un appartement, 
de grand confort, d'autant plus que^vous avez besoin de plu- 
sieurs pieces etant donne que vous etes cinq». 

L'appartement auquel je pensais depasserait de beau- 
coup les liinites que vousme fixez, mais je fais de mon mieux 
pour essayer de vous aider. Si j • ai quelque chose, je vous 
ecrirai aussitot, et si de votre cote on vous Signale des ap- 
partements ä visiter dites le moi, j'irai les voir le jour 
inline ou je recevrai votre lettre.. 

Je vous remercie beaucoup d'avoir eu la tres gentille 
attention de m'envoyer vos derniers travaux. Ils sont arrives 
au courrier de ce matin, et je n'ai malheureusement pas encore 
eu le temps de les lire, mais je les reserve pour les vacances 
car c'est le moment de l'annee oü je profite vraiment de mes 
lectures par plaisir. 

Voulez-vous croire, eher Monsieur, h l'^assurance de 
mes sentiments tres sympathiques et tout devoues.. 




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LA REGENCE, 83, Bd. Berthier : n'existe plus 
LA RESIDENCE r I30, Avenue de Villiers : 



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- pour deux chambres et pension pour 5 personnes 
(dont les 3 enfants ) : 

s HO F.. par jour tout comprüs 

- Elle ne peut pas faire de prix special pour tenir 
compte de ce que vous prendrez la demi-pension pour 
vous et vos deux fillettes 5 jours par semaine, 

on vous fera une toute petite diminution pour les 
repas non pris. 

- Doit vous repondre directement 



VILLA AMPERE, 49 rue Ampere 



n' a pas de place 




VILLA MONCEAU, 149, Bd. Malesherbes 



- pour I chambre ä 2 lits , et pension pour vous-meme et 
Mrs Amann r 

55 ?•. par jour pour vous deux 

- pour la chambre et pension pour les enfants :• 

55 F.. par jour pour les trois 

- Ne fait ^galement pas de prix fixe pour les trois per- 
sonnes en demi-pension^, 

On vous d^duira 9 P. par jour pour les jours oü vous- 
meme et vos fillettes ne prendront pas le repas de midi.. 

-Loit vous repondre directement 

L» 0A3IS : 33 Cite des Pleurs ! pas de place 



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June k, 1963 




Dr* Donald B. Martin 
Masaachusetta General Hoapltal 
Boa ton Ik, Masaachusetta 

Dear Dr. Martin t 

Thank you for your f riendly and helpfiil letter which laif ortimately 
puts another nall in o\ir budgetary coffin# One does wonder what 
in the World the average native Parlaian pays for his apartment, 
or even the average middle-clasa Parlaian. But then, I auppose, 
thls is pretty academic for ua. I shall write to your friend Dr. 
Va^elos . 

We would appi»eciate leaming vÄiat yoiir experlence with schools has 
been# Our children are three, aeven, and ten, so that at leaat 
two of them will be in the primary grades. We have heard about 
the Ecole bilemgue, a progressive Ecole du P^re Caator in the Latin 
Quarter, and the Coixra Saint- Jamea in Neiillly. 

Thank you again for your helpfuilneaa. 

Sincerely youra. 



Peter Amann 
Asaociate Profesaor 
of Hlsto3?y 

PA:w 




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June k, 1965 




Dr. P. Y. Vagelos 
Service de Monod 
Institut Pasteur 
Paria XV^, Prance 

Dear Dr# Vagelos; 

I recently in^ote to a number of American Fulbrights presently or 
recently in Prance^ and Dr# Donald B# Martin of the Massachusetts 
Oeneral Hospital suggested that you and your faraily occupied a 
smtable three-bedroom apartraent in the sixteenth arrondissement 
which you will be leaving at the end of Axigust. We are planning 
to arrive early in September and wonder whether the apeirtraent will 
be available and in any case would naich appreciate getting any and 
all details as to rent, Utilities, heating, schooling, etc. 

I apologize for troubling you, but evidently for Americans the 
housing Situation in Paris ia auch that a little mutuea self-help 
is highly called for. 

Sincerely yours. 




Peter Amann 
Associate Professor 
of History 

PAtw 

P.S. We have a family of three children, ten, seven and three yeara 
old. 



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Pi*ofe3i3or Richard E. Quaintance^ Jr» 

Hotel VJetter 

9, rue du Gotnmerard 

Paris V^^ Prance 

Doar Dick: 

Portunately for youj I am not the Preaident of the United States or 
you would irariiediately receive a call to VJashlngton for the Con^rea- 
eional Itodal of Honor» We are really deeply touched by the trouble 
to which you have gone in looking over, thi»ough, in, and niapping 
out the famous and probleroatical apartment. I very much doübt that 
if v/e had seen the place ourselves we would have aeen as much* It 
does look that unless aomething miraculous comeö up we shall be 
intereated in it and hunt around for an interim place for three 
months • 

With regard to your query ab out the Earl of Rochester incident and 
accounts of detailed chronicles of Prench court life in I669, I 
have tried to dig around, relying Chief ly on the i*elevant volume 
of the Clio series« ünfortunately, there is nothine as obvious as 
Saint- Simon • 3 menioira for the later part of the rei^^n. Here, 
however, are some leada: There is a very extensive corrcspondence 
of Madame de Ilaintenon, comprised in a number of different editions« 
I think it's chronologically ari^anged and you ahoxild thorefore be 
able to find out if ahe mentiona the incident. liore likely ia 
Henriette d^Angleterre, Corrcspondance avec Charlois II ; thia seems 
like a good lead^ aince Charles uaed Henriette ao a aecret inter- 
mediary negotiating the Treaty of Dover of I67O, and she would 
therefore have been very conacloua of any diplomatic fracaa. 
Another one ia K. Oacgle, Charlotte - Eliaabc th de Bavi^re , Duchcasc 
d^ Orleans : Correapondancc , 2 vols*, 1Ö9Q> 5iTo alao mentiona that 
There are aomg documenta on the court of Louia XIV in the Archivea 
nationales^ 5550-533^i but I queation whether you'd want to go to 
that trouble. 

I'm aorry I cannot be more specific and helpful> but this ia a pcriod 
in which I have damned little authority. Thank you again, Dick^ for 
all the trouble to which you have gone. We are now going to find 
out whether the local private achoola (there are a couple of thcm 
liated in the booklet Which we have) aeem to be O^K., and unlesa 
aomething dramatic happena in the next month or so I aaaume that we 
shall take the apartment at which you looked. 



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Juno 6, 1965 




Thank you agaln. We hope that you (and your wife when she Jolns you) 
are havlng a pleasant tirae. At least it muat be less mu^gy and 
swelterlng there than In lower Michigan. 

Cordlally, 



Feter Amann 
PAiw 



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June 6, 1963 



Mademoiselle ?• Sudre 

Secretary 

Centre Unlversitalre International 

173> boulevaM Saint- Oermain 

Paris VI®, Pranoe 

Dear Mademolselle Sudret 

miank you for your kind letter of May 21* I am hereby retumlng 
the form whlch you enclosed. I would also llke to reaerve a desk 
ror ray atay In Paris beglnnlng In September. I am very Impressed 
bv the graclous hospltallty of the Centre qul rends, J»en suis 
sur, les Services Inestlmables aux professeuro otrangers* 

Slncerely yours. 




Peter Amann 
Assoclate Professor 
of Hlatory 

PAlw 

^*^1 J^ ^^^ happen to know of any apartments that mlght seem 
sultable, would It be posslble for an acqualntance of mlne to takd 
a look at them. I know two people, one Parlslan and one American. 
in who»e Judgment I would have great confldence, who have Indlcated 
thelr vAlllngness to look at houslng for rae. One of them Is a col- 
league, Professor Richard Qualntance, the other a French lady who 
was forraerly a profeealonal researcher, Madame Ollvler Ziegel. 
Would It be permlsslble for them to cona\ilt you? Mercl d'avance. 



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le 10 juin 196^ 



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Chare Maclanj«, 



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^^rci de votrf' 'ot^re du A Ju!**. Aprea avoir aocumul© un tas 
immoneo de oorreepondanc«» jo eaie bian quo la crieo du logemant n'aet point 
un mytha a Paria. Ja voue romaroia vralraant da toua voe äff orte. 

Dana la derniare aamaina j'ai au una lattre d *un da maa oollgguaa 
aotuallamant a Paria qui vient de voir un appartamant qui aet a un profaaeaur 
fran<^al8 partant aux EtatB-ünie le lar deoatnbra. Kon collagua m' en a donn^a 
una daaoription trae oorcpleta. II eambta qua 1 'a^partament qui aa trouvo rua 
Dulong au XVlI^aat aaeaz patit maia agr^abla a»t , par comparaieon avao d'autraa 
loyara, traa bon marchö (600 fr). Ja euia donc aur la point da jjradigar una 
damanda formalla da louar cat appartamont , bian qu'il na seit guara cartain 
qua ca monaiaur vauilla aooaptar una farailla a troia anfante. 

Not ra problama da logemant (ai notra of fra eet bian accaptoa) 
aa reduit ainai 9 trouver une paneicn da familla agreabla et bon rnarchö, 
prafarablament dane la mama quartier ou noua habitaront . Bian qua j 'aia 
ecrit a cinq paneione au XVII*, on m'a dit qu*il na faut paa comptar a an 
obtenir dea r&ponaaat Laa panaiona, tiröaa d'una liata fournia par la con- 
aulat fran^aie, aont t 

La R^ganca, 65 Blvd . Barthiar 

La R^aidanca, IJO, Ava. da Villiara 

Villa Ampere, A9 rue Ampere 

Villa Hcnceau, IA9, 31vd. Klaleherbea 

L'Oaaia, 55, Oite dea Fleura ^ ^ 

Je voua aouamat la lettre que je leur ai ^crit . Voue aerait-il poaaible, obere 
>%daoa, de leur talaphoner afin d 'obtenir lea renaeignement a que Je leur avaia 
demande par lettre? Naturellement ei voua oonnaieaez nuelque autre penaion 
dane la meme partie de Paris, je voudraie bien en eavoir« 

Une autre nueotion ae poae a propoa du choix d 'Cooles pour noa 
anfantaf ain^ea, fillettea ag^es de 10 et 7 ana. Parce qu'il aavent troa peu 
de fran^aia, il leur faudrait une ecole ou lec claaeea eont petitee. Noua avona 
lea noma de troia öoolea priveea au XVII* 1 

Coura Vauvenapguea, rue Ampere 

Ecole en Karche, ave. des Ternea 

Ecole Jeanne d 'Albret, rue Denia Pdaeon 
Sauriax-voua qualqua ohoaa ( ou aurait-il quelqu'un de votre oonnaiocance ) aur 
la renommae de cee ecolea. Tout renaeignement eerait bien utile« 

I do apologize if I eeem to be takin^ advantage of your icindneaa. 
I would really prefer if you were to treat any time that you devote to theee 
little taaka on the aarne kind of profeaaional baaia on which you did your 
reeearoh for me; otherwiae I am going to be oppreaeed by perpatual guilt. 

1^ beat regardai 



ETO 5J-Ö5 
OAL 62-2A 
WAO 46-42 
GAR 62-91 
MAR 01-52 




!• 10 juln 1965 




Ober KoneiauFi 

Votre frere dolt vou« avolr eorlt d« la Visit« d 'un 
de Me ooll.guee d 'Oakland Unlv.raity actuellament Ä Pari.. Dr. 

donn« un« deaoription tree datalll«a de votre appartement! II est 

H. !r 4''!;'! '* f !** "" **•" P**" P""' ""*" famille, aveo un peu 
de diwiplino et de Cooperation 1 'appartement est bien conv^nablo. 
No. enfants aont bien elev^., point deetruotife et pa. trop bruyant. 
•t j ai confainoe que noue pourrions bien noue arranger a y habiter 
agreableaent. ' 

Je voudrals donc voue demandor forme llemont ai vouk 
voule« bien »■■■i^MUB louer votre apparte^nt. Du point de vue 
finanoiel, Je Mxais pret a voue verser jtsxt tout de euite un ou 
deux moi« de loyer oomne engagement definitif. II ne seralt pas 
trop diffioile de trouver une pension convenable, preferablemont 
•usei au XYII" pour les o^is de B<äptembre, ootobre et novenbre. 
Je suis en ötat de m'engager pe r sonne Uement a louer votre apparte- 
ment jusqu'a la fin d'.out. Je voudrai. bien m'en^ager j.squ'i la 
fin de novembre ei je puis louer 1 'appartement i un autre Pullbright 
amörioain. ll^est d'ailleurs poselble, maie guere probable, que 
noue restione a Paris uns seconde annöejen oe cas noue eerions tres 
heureux d'occuper votre apparteoient jusqu'a votre retour. 

Noue nous eo-r.nies dija oocupes a trouver une icole privöe 
qul sonvient aux beeolne de nos deux fllleltes qtii ne savint pas le 
rranjaiB. Avez-voue des renselgnement s ouelquons sur les Cooles 
euivantos se trouvant au XVII*T Oours Vauvoarguee, rue Ampirej 
Ecole sn (arohe, avs. des Ternee; Ecolte Je.nne d 'Albret, rue Denis 
Poisson. Je voue en eerale tres reoonnaiesant . 

Puis-je teritiner par une phrase que ne eenble pas exieter 
en rranjaisi I sh-jll loo< forward to hearing from you. 



distingu^s. 



Veuillez agr^er, Monsieur, l'expression de nss sentimonts 




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Peter Amann 
-Aeeooiat« Profeeoor of History- 



AxisaaAivn umvinvo 



Paris, le I8 Juin 1963 




Cher Monsieur, 



Merci de votre lettre du 10 Juin. Je m» einpresse de vous 
repondre pour essayer de vous rens eigner. Vous trouverez, sur 
la feuille jointe,les reponses concernant les differents hotel 



auxquels vous avez ^crit. 



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Les deux seuls hoteis qui proposent de vous prendre sont 
donc La Residence, et la Villa Monceau. La Residence, Avenue de 
Villiers, est a quelques; metres de la Place de la Porte Champerre 
oü vous avez une ligne de metro et des autobus pour toutes les 
directions de Paris.. 

Aucune de ces deux pensions n'est dans une rue tres calme, 
aussi auriez-vous interet ä opter plutot pour la Residence.. 

II est evident que les prix sont tres Kleves pour un 
jour long. 



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Avez-vous essaye de faire une demande pour un des centres 
universitaires. Etant donne que vous venez ici ä titre officiel, 
il est possible qu'on puisse vous accorder un passe-droit.. 

En tout cas Je ne perds pas de vue votre probleme,et 
j'en ai parle autour de moi. 

Le fait que vous ayez la securite d'une Installation pour 
toute votre famille le ler Decembre, d'une part , et que d'autre 
part je suis obligee de quitter Paris au debut de Juillet et ne 
pourrai par consequent pas vous etre utile pendant les deux mois 
ä venir, fait que Je me demande s'il ne serait pas plus pinident^ 
de votre part, si les prix vous semblent trop eleves, de venir 
prospecter seul pendant quelques Jorurs, et que Madame Amann 
vous suive avec les enf ants ,aprfes.. Les hoteis ont beaucoup plus 
de demandes d' Installation permanente qu'ils n'ont de chambres 
disponibles, et je ne crois pas que cela vous entrainerait ä de 
gros ennuis si vous decommandiez une reservation.. 

Ma secretaire et mon mari restent k Paris au mois de Juil' 
let. Je vais leur demander ä tous les deux de voir les hoteis 
ou les appartements dont vous me donneriez l'adresse. N'h^sitez 
pas a me les communiquer, car meme absente de Paris je suis en 
rapport quotidien avec eux.. 

En ce qui concerne vous trouverez, sur la feuille jointe 
quelques renseignements.. Je vais me documenter sur leur valeur 
et vous <^crirai ä nouveau dans moins d'une semaine.. 

Je compte d'ailleurs , pendant la semaine qui vient aller 
voir les chambres de La Residence et Celles de la Villa Monceau^ 




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et egaleinent Celles de deux autres hoteis que je conn-^is ,dans 
le quartier. 

J'imagine votre souci et serais tres heureuse si je 
pouvais vous aider, 

En tout cas je tenais ä ce que vous ayez de ja cette 
preiniere reponse, et vous promets une lettre tres prochaine. 

Croyez,cher Monsieur, ä l'assurance de mes meilleurs 
sentiments.. 



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July 1;, 1^65 




Mr» Richard E# Quaintance, Jr» 

HÖtel Wetter 

9, vue du Soimaerard 

Paris ve, France 

Dear Dickt 

I would not bother you a^ain were It not f or the f act that we hav'e 
not had any response from our West African frlend^ M. dienet, and 
unless the man responds^ our apartnont troiibles which soemed more 
or less over are only beginning. Uhder the circiimstancos I wondor 
If it might be possible for you to look at the apartmont listins 
of the U#S# Educational Coramission for France, 9, ruo Chardln, 
Paris XVlö;, which is right bohind the Palais de Chaillot^ and also 
the listine of the Centre universitaire Internationale, 175, 
boixlevard Saint-Oermain, Paris VI® (I oorresponded with ^ale F. 
Sudre there and am registered vd.th them) . Actually, i7e are looking 
both for a permanent apartment or for emersency accommodations, 
presumably some klnd of relatively cheap Pension * As for the 
latter, I am also ivriting around. 

If It's any comfort to you, vre feel terrible for taking advantage 
of you in this way. It does look as thou^h we raay simply havo to 
reverse our respective positions sometime, and we'll be delighted 
to so house hunting for you. In any case, thank you very rauch« 
And aside from such iraposed chores, I hope that you, and by now 
Charlotte, are having a pleasant time in Paris. You are missing a 
ghastly heat wave here. 

Best (and apolocetic) regards. 



Peter 

P.S. We shall be at Oakland until the end of this month. Our address 
in August is c/o Dora Amann, 5 Pinecrest Road, New Paltz, New York. 




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Le 10 juillet I963 




Monsieur Edouard Morot-Sir 

Conseiller Cultvirel 

Ambaasade de Franoe 

972 Flf th Avenue 

New York 17^ New York 

Chor Monüieur^ 

II y a quelQuec molc lorsque J»avala apprls que l»on iii»a accorde 
une bourse Pulbrlght de recherches pour l'ann^e scolalre prochalne^ 
Je VOU3 ecrivis afin d»obtonir de ren eigneren tö divers. Dans 
votre reponse bienvoillanto, voua avez ete aasez gentil d^offrir 
votre assiotanoe en oas que Je confrontais quelque autre Probleme 
au 3Ujet de raon sejour projet^ ä Paris. C'est pourquoi J»ai pris 
la liborte de m» adresser ä vous en vous telephonant cet apris- 
midi» 

Suivant une corresnondance tres considerable avec la Commißßion 
franco-americaine ä Pa2?is, avec des boursiers Fiabright anciens 
et actuels, et avec des vleils amis parleiens de feu raon pire 
lil fut officier de l'Academie et avait des relations ciaturelles 
tres nourries avec certains intellectuels fran9ais)^ Je rae rends 
compte de la crise parisienne du logement dans totite son ampleur. 
A raoins d'xm coup de Chance, il semble presque itr^jossible de 
trouver un logement convenable pour ma faraille (y compris trois 
2. n^^®2 ^ loyer quo ma bourse pourra couvrir; la plupart des 
Pulbright actuels ont du ou piüser dans leurs ^pargnes person- 
nelles (dont J'en al polnt, malhoureucement ) ou de se loger assez 
loln de Paris— ce qui rend trSs ardu le travail regulier^aixx 
Archives nationales. 

Hier J*ai passe au Consixlat General It Detroit po\tr y obtcnir mon 
Visa, lequel me qualifie d'etudiant* En effet, quoique professeur 
aux Üitato-Unis, o»ost bien en qualit<5 d'^tudiant que Je me trouverai 
en France. Dans circonstancos vous serait-il posslble de mo 
recoramander ä la Residenoe d'Antony (Cito uni7er3itaire) i Antony 
(Seine), laquelle,^on m»a dit, a des logements ä bon marche pour 
les etudiants raaries.^ Je vous en seraic tris roconnaiscnnt, rriSrae 
81 cet arrangement n^etait que temporaire. Malheurcusemcnt, le 
tec^s presse corame nous nous crabarquons le ?0 aoüt. Je me serais 
adresae I vous bien plus tÖt, mais nous aviona quelque sspoir— qui 
vicnt d'^tre de^u—de louer l'appartement d«un professeur parisicn 
partant pour l'Uhiversitc de Chicago. 




¥ 



Monslerir Morot-Slr 



Le 10 Julllet 1963 



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Itercl d^avance et pardonnez-moi de voiia d^ranger« Vexilllez agr^er, 
Monoleur, l'expresßion de mes sentiments les plx^s dlstinguiß* 



Peter Aiaann 
Assoclate Professor 
of Hlßtory 

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TERNES, studio neut, «d standirg, pV TTBONNE, 3'V, c, i. de bs, 



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l Ce STUDIOS v des, 2 pitce» : 
'■^ 500 F. - ELY. 72J4. 



MUETTE. 50 m2, 

mofluet., icl, 750, 



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POL a-n.i 



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mble^ !*L_' OOO- t c. - POL 53-». ! 

'S-, pris quais, appart. ä louer 3-I 

mois, 3 Pces, «. de bains, tu':',.,' 

:': . tres bien meubie. DAN. 95 2^.. 

I choIxHd'Äteliers D^^äRTISTEJ 

ä * p., terras'ie, vprdure, toutl 

jrfort^ — BON S, POL 53-to I 

<LESIA. Stud. vide, cuis., bs, gd l 
■ 500 F, ctiarg compr CAR.07-541 



i-l-^"-' 400 F.GALM*» et 44-50 

'av. chatillon. spl j p. Vi cn., 

mbl* mod.lmm.nf. Px Inf. Rk.M-*l 
' WAGRAM, chez Partie, sde eh. av. 
1 '- ''L' J'l cjoil , tt C(L RIC . M-T3. i 
SURESNES, mbl*, 3 p., cui«., Dns,' 
tt cft. 750 tt campf. PRO. M-t2. 

LA VARe'nnE ST-HILAIRE, vde,, 
9d stand., 4 p., c, bns, gar., poss. 
cli._ bne, 7 50 mens. — TAI. 87-3 0. , 

PTE AUTEUIL, nf, stand,, s/verd," i 
trts beau liv. + I chbres, bien 
meubl. 1.400. DUCLAUD, GAL.2I-00, 



ST-CLOUO, nt, vide, tr. bea 
2 eh. tt ctt, 1.000. — GAL 



u liv.-«^l 
. 2I-00.')I 



15', 

lux. 



tr*s calme, 2 p., cuis., s.d.bs,!] 
mbl6, t*l., »00 cti.c. PCI. 26-7». 



[JASMIN^' 



studio meubii t cft, 

de bs. tel. 550 F 

I fouf compris. • LEC. «0-iO, matin. 

1 Pte d*f Tern»«. AAeub. Waqn. liv. r 
t2 ch c^bsjel. Excep. 75». PO 1.32-99 

Gd studio (!«•), tt cft, cuis., bains, 
t*l., «50 F tt compris. Kode, 59, r. ' 
Boileau.TeLJAS. 2I-«7_(apr. 19_h,) 

I MAISONS-LAFFITTE, nf, 84 m2 i 
bon sla^^d., vide, 700JF. T. 942-01-92, j 

PASSY, 5' du Bois, tr«s ioli appart. | 
9d living, ctiamb,, salle de bains, i 
cuisine, tout conlort, dans bei Im- 1 
I meubie, 3» itage, vue sur grand 
I lardin, etat impeccable, disponible 
de suite, Loyer mensuel 1,150 F. 
rel.j MIRaOeau 33-73, 

LUXEMBOURG, 3 p., cui?., bains, 
bien meubl*, 900 F. — SAB, 28-02, 
leudi, vendred, 14-19 heures. 

I Bd Haussmann, b. 5 p., entTc.,bs, i 
t*L,«c^rrm^sfd9, 1.700. EUR. 02-29. 

{ CHARENTONTet ' 

(IVMEUBLE NF, HAB. DE SUITE' 

! J PIECES : 450 F 

' 4 PIECES : 520 F 
5 PIECES : 600 F 
*, rue de Cerisoles, Paris («•) 
ELY^90-9« ^ j 

14-, PLAISANCE, ioli 2 pces mtol*. I 
e nl., cuis., d ctie,jl50 F^LEC._2>-29. l 

Cie Assurances loue directT»~Pari5, i 

pr*s Altsia, ds imm. diso. oct. 63,1 

aopts 3 p^eces : 6.'>9 » 811 F 

iBOPts 4 pi*ces ■ 855 A 1.140 F pari 

■ T 5, tout confort, sarage 85 F. 

■ r TRI. 52-16 Oll PIG. 65-59, 

samedi excepte. , 

.!' arrt, cli.6" et,,ron meub,, i50 F, ' 
pr Mr seul. Eer. Mulem. «v. rM. 
D"_Castel;_24L_gd St-Germain (7'). 
Locat. dir. stud. meub. tt confort, ' 
n, sq. d e Ctvati lion, 14«. VAU. 31-17 

I Montrouge, süperbe living double 
_| -f chbre, meub.. cuis., bs, tel., gar., i 
I ) V uej ^tout P aris, 8 00 F. B AG , 54-26 | 

'!l«', 4t *iev#, beau studio vldertt ^ 
] confort^SO O F. - T^l. BAL. 31-7 7. ' 

j VICTOR-HUGO, bei appt meubfe 

I L£££Ul5.'L_-*_*t:_»sc^PAS^70-74 

^ '2'if^^J.i'L'"^''^'°" * Pces,"conft, 
i ANDRESY (S-Pt-O.), pr. gare. 
_^'>"''_vjiter, t^lep fi. 96 2-70-47. 

'^SP'f\hJ^J'°'' ■'"'"• "f'TTce"^, 
I ljg_g!_^?< ' F4-criarges. BAL. 28 8 1 . 

Appt rneubl* 2 p., cuij., s. de bs, 
j '"'!l!g_''«,_S»i"t- Cloud. ■ BAG. 86-92. 

;S« VIDE, STUD. tt confort, 470? 

15-, rnei)Dl4, STUDIO tt c*t, 500 F 

Montparnass«, mbl4 2 p., c., 500 F 

I r, 9,1'i*"»' "^"'e stud.tt cft, 400 F 

|15', VIDE, 3 P.lt cft, balcon, 750 F 

Tel » LEC. 40-37 ou 40-5«. 



B0UL06NE, meubie, studio, cuis., 

b-, terras.. tt cft, 600 F tt compr. 

1 Fonciere Eurep tenne, LEC. 5J-99. 

I . JÄisMiN 
A iou«r ir.euble studio tout confort. 
I BAL. «6-00^ 

CELLE-SI-CLOUb, r^sid.. b.3 p~, 
bs t«l.,_meu b. rust. 4 7 5. KLE. 76 -43 

TEUR. Gd 4 n~c., bns, t«L 
bien meub. (50. POL 32-99 



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Nanttrr«, beau stud bien meubl*. 
^" "-■_-?-':J!L c. 400 P. SAB. t5 -19. 

VESINFT "•"• "'"'' »pp» 

T/«''*,i-'''- Tout confort. Garage. 
^00 F mois -'- Ch a rge». 96 6-33-12 

,♦ CHATENAY,^,^7; 

Ir4»,d. Aoot h loucr v.tt ou meublÄ 

4 P. Tout conff Gar. LIb. tuite 

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tO»™ ««• l'itf. Stud.mb;«, cuis., 
_400 F pr pej^f^sle. Ric. 4t.«I. 

PL. RODIN, $0mptTäpptT»~ttg7t>'r- 
, ■•'^J?'«i ■J»^«ub^_r20a_MAC.24 99. 
ICLAMART. Appt 4 p, tt cff~80Ö. 

"av.ll. m«iA. 4 Rces, conft, ua- 
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7* ÄRRT Stiid.o vider»t"conft, 
.f->.XU\i 5 jQ F^_ELY^3.7I . 

1 Ca 1 livin«, 2 chbre«, tt confort, 

» 50_F^_--JEL Y. 7371. 
14' 4' D!#c#^, vides, tout con'ort, 
1 ^ - y»On F^ — ELY. 73-71. 

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I' " I cMAviLLE, FxrFPT ,;:rr,r^^„ 

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4 PIICCS a Partir de l.':,o F 
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as, 1800 Bio 6'-l« 

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SQL. 44 -31. 

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< »<)uct<e . mr PIG. 38 11 

X/UfcTTE. beau siud.. k ter • 
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BOULOGNE reti«., b 
tf cft, impecc., Nt P. 



La Varenne 

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et-auff. cenir 
»•0 F. TRI. B9-2I. I 

4UX: 1' studio. 

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4 p., 2 bj. cuis. install..! 
2.450 F — BAG «1 «4. 1 



cuis . b*,i^- »VJ-'i-' b»ic„ 
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b' v d, 'Dd. PIG. 38- 

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lr_*s r«5id«nfitl. 

53 m2, 4« «t, 
gar., 1.000 f. 
2 eh., 120 m2, 3- 
mb bre, J.OOC mens 
reer, jus'., mo*. nv« Inst., «000 
P. D0UX,J<LE^1*4i__^ 

immavbie naaf, 

SUF 8' 19, ma'iri. 



■ - . - _ y PAS 

«UAI LOUIS-BLERIOT. -- 

BEAU STUDIO roUT C0\ 
' 70 mois ch. comprisPS 

KLEBER. Bei «pot a 

(«tage «lev*. soieH. bak, ►•.ji 



b«ir 



ALPORTVILLE, 

2 et 4 D tt ctt 



BOULOGNE, 

L'v . 3 eh . cuis. 
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bns -^-" I- 
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, ^,.. ; 9'.t5«, •*•, i7- OU bar .»ue^ oroc^,. 

'6'»" 450, 550. 755, l.OOO F vid ou meub, 

„ _ - - CH. ETÜDE, 19, r. Laurltfan. PAS.77-J9 

r«<se< 5000. B»G «18« 



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A.-. LUAC^eub., 2 bn», 2 



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MINISTE RE D'6TAT 



Affaires Culturelles 



Direction 
des Archives de France 



9 AoÜt 1963 

60, rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Paris 3* 
Tel. TUR. 94-90 




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eher Monsieur, 

Veuillez m'excuser de vous repondre aussi 
tardivement; votre lettre est arrivee juste apres mon depart en vacances, si 
bien que je ne l*ai eue« qu*k mon retour, 

J*ai beaucoup cherche sans rien trouver et 
j'allais vous repondre une lettre decourageante lorsque, k 1* instant, une iwnsion 
k laquelle je m'etais adressee me repond affirmativement : vous pourriez avoir 
deux charabres et la pension complete, tous Services et taxes compris, pour 80 
francs; je doute que vous puissiez trouver meilleur march^ dans une pension 
convenable; or, je connais tres bien celle-ci, un ami americain y ayant log^ 
pendant plusieurs annees; j»y ai quelquefois pris mes repas et j'ai toujours 
trouve que c'^tait tres soigne. 

Votre lettre ne me disait pas k partir de 
quelle date vous comptiez venir en France, mais les dos^res seraient libres k 
partir du 5 septembre, Si donc vous vous decidiez, il faudrait ^crire imm^diate- 
ment par avion k : Pension ORFILA 60 rue d'Assas Paris (6fi). 

La pension est extrömement bien situ^e, dans 
une rue calme, tout pres du jardin du Luxembourg, ce qui serait, je pense, tres 
agr^able pour les enfants. Pour venir aux Archives, vous auriez,pr6cisement, den 
moyens de transport tres comraodes. Ce n'est d'ailleurs pas tellement eloif^^; 
j*habite dans le m^me quartier et reviens toujours chez moi k pied. 

Dans le cas oü cette Solution ne vous 
paraitrait pas possible, je vous indique l'adresse que l'on m*a donnee pour 
obtenir d'autres renaeignements : Centre regional des Oeuvres universitaires 
6, rue Jean Calvin. Et encore : Service du Logement des niversit^s : '9, 
Avenue de l*Observatoire. Mais de toutes fa^ons, ce n'estqu* occasionnellement 
que l*on peut trouver quelque chose de satisfaisant. 

Je souhaite vivement que vous puissiez av ir 




un bon sejour et demeure ä votre disposition. Si cette Solution ne vous 
convient pas, dites-le moi, pour que je continue h. chercher. 

Avec mes meilleurs souhaits, croyez, Monsieiir, ä mes sentiment 
les plus distingues, 



Regine PERNOUD 
4, rue de Tournon 

Paris (6ö) 

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I am pleased to present this brochure which, I hope, will assist you 
in finding a school where your children can pursue thelr studies, acquire a 
good knowledge of French, and make lasting friendships. 

In the first place I want to bring to the attention of the reader the 
public school System in France. French public schools at all levels are open 
without tuition Charge to children residing in France, regardless of their 
national ity, if they possess a good command of the French language. The pri- 
vate institutlons mentioned in this publication have, or have previously had, 
foreign students who. aftera period of adaptation to French teaching methods, 
adjusted to the discipline and benefited fully from the instruction given in 
French. These schools have assured us that they would welcome young American 
girls and boys. One prerequisite for admission, however, is the presence of 
a responsible person in France who would board the pupil during weekends and 
vacat ions. 

There are in France many more private schools than have been 1 isted in 
this publication, and additional names may be obtained at the Mayor's Office 
in the city where the family plans to stay. 

It is indeed a pleasure for me to express my sincere thanks to the di- 
rectors of the schools part ic ipat i ng in this program for spontaneousl y open- 
ing their establ ishments to new students of different nat ional i t ies. Further- 
more, I shall be happy to publish in the future editions of the present 
brochure the names of other private schools desiring to become a part of this 
program, 

To the parents who are planning to enroll their children In French 
schools, to the directors and to the teachers, I address my wärmest compl i- 
ments, as they are the Promoters of better understand ing between the Citizens 
of the next generations. 



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Cultural Counselor 
Representat ive in the United States 
of French Universities 



NOTE 

THe Information contained in the followin, pages is desi.ned to jj-^an 

:rr;;arc:;:r;c:o:,-i vrie ::;;• >-:.::::;:; r«;::«. s... 

Com.una, dor.itories, for e.ample. '^'''^^'■''^'\''\ ^ZllZlTeZl 
,0. sleepin, in .an. fcardin, -Hools in .rance. J ese ,uart ay^~o^ ^^._^^^^^ 

8 to 150 students. Sone are semi-part.t loned "«^«1^*0 9' ^^^ ,, ««11 as 

L all studying is done in classroons dunng study per.ods. The 
dormitories and recreation are supervised. 

THe CO nsted in this brocHure, -"'-^^-^ ;° ;::,:;:;\:/:;:;:ion- 

culun. can .e elected .y students under crtain -^JJ -;^,''^ : 'ofier:! .nstruc- 

:;„:r;iranr:;r ;::: srys-r:«;^';:::^;:;:^':;-. are de.oted to sports. 

games, excursions or or,anized entertain^ent. 

THe fees indicated in tHe .rocHure have -" ;;;-;:;:V^^%r;:Xe^:?rt:L;" 
ti^e when this publication was P^'-J«/ -;^^:-..:f; Ji: " three. although allowance 
-jrr^r/o: Ct\::'V:;:n?:s;Tu:: Tre^stration. .o., .dica. care. i ce. 

Uundry, excursions, etc. 





List of Abbreviations ; 

I ~. CA Phv^ic^il Educ^tion 

. . Boarding | Phys. Ed. . . Physicai 

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Protestant 



See. . . . Secondary 
Sect. . . . Sectarian 



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Curric. . . Curnculum R.C.. . 



Elem. . . . Elementary 



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* . . , , Sunmer Camp 

School I * • • • Summer Session 




PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN PARIS FOR GIRLS 



INSTITUT NOTRE-DAME DES CHAMPS, 20 rue Mn„t„ 

Ages 4-,7. Faculty of ,0 Lib a y "f"'' '" " "^- '■'' "^^ School. 

Sch. currin . Languages- Engl sh 7;/ ^ r^' ^^^^^^^^aarten,_Eleni,_^^ 

roINent of 390. Fees: Tuition fees ZTr ! "' ^"'*- '« " J""« 29. En- 

tion before July ,5; Ref re es ' '"'' ^ "'' "'■ erereauisites : App, ica- 

cord; certificates ;f Birtri L^is;; u:!;:::! "'°°' ^*^^"''^''= "^'"-' - 

COURS D'HULST, 21, rue de Varenne, Paris Vlle R r n . u 

ofBO. Laboratory. Kinderaarten E JI and L %' °°'- ^'"'»-l^. Faculty 

Sept. 15 - June 30. EnroUment ot 650 Fp! t •/^'" ^'^^ ?MHiH_ses^ion: 
Private tutoring, $, - $3 'er r Pr!;.«-^ '"°"' ^'° " ^^^^77^171;;; 
of good behavior fro™ t e p ev o^s sS^fTTTH '"* """^^ "^''^ ^tate.en 
8lrth certificate. attended; Two character references; 

INSTITUTION LA 8RUYERE, ^0, rue La Bruyere Pari, ry . , 

Faculty of 24. Library Labora^r . . ' "• C- Bay School . Ages 4 - 1 7 

Languages: Engl ish, Sp:;is '" r^RhytS'^fff'^i^^''^-^^^ 
Sept. ,5 -June 30. EnroUment 330 ees t' * '" " ^"'^^ ^^"'°"^ 

P-IiiÜütes: Application before June ChS:ter ;"' ^'° ' ^'° "^^ ^"^^*-- 
Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination; UniW ^«^«^«-es; Certificates of 

INSTITUT SAINTE CLOTILDE, ,01, rue de Reuilly Paris X... 0. 

on a campus. Ages 6 - 17. Faculty of 50 l f . ^^' "'^ '"^ ^"9- »chool 
juarters in se.i-partit ioned dor.s 0^1,'^: ",::";'« -"o-, Individua, 
*°'^"'"'- See. Sch. rurri. Lanauaaes- F„„.' . ! Library, Laboratory. Audi- 

;- art, M-;;7i^:7i;;T^— 1,„,^:^"^ - ^" ^^''•/^-'^V *^t, Painting. Ora.a- 

Regular sessinn- Sept. 18 - June 10 r ,,' ' **""""""• «'"ter sports. 

fV^^^^Ti^ - ;.33; Optl" ,tt ^r^^^^^^ ^ Tuition. ,21 - 

Appl.cation before July 30 (form to be ilUH ^ ""''*"'• ^-liliaüü tes: 

and medical records; Excel.ent re ere ce '"t"^' '"* '"'°'' "'"■' SchoTITTTc 

^rom the Catholic priest of the chLrh k- . ?. P^evrous school attended and 

B'-^ Baptism, Conf i rmat;:n,*^^r:::: in^^nrUn:;:;;: '''-'-• ^-^'^--- Of 

COURS DU BELLAY M r..a ^ ü , . 

utuuMT, M, rue du Moul n V^rf Pa-:« viw 

'^- -^iil^-ai£ten,_IIem,^^ Day School. Ages « - 

*^*' P ainting. Mus ic. Ballet R^aular» -^' ^"'"^S""- ^"91 ish. Span ish. 
Certificates of 9irt an a;ci5SP^^^" ''"' " ' ^""« ''■ ^S^SM^iAlJM^ 



COMTESSE DE LA CALLF'<J <;runni .. « 

NON SECT. T :chiT\ ; T!":; ";a:',?"':v'"^ "-*----• "-'^ -.. 

Library. Elen,, and See. Sch curr c , ' '^ "°""' ""^ »^""^ ^»O"^- 

Ü-l October I - j„ne 30. mro imen o ^ r " '''*''"• «^lÜlLjes:, 

quarter; Private tutorin,. *3 e " s„n P^ '-^' , ^'"- * -" -^ '-'■Ttlü^^r 
Becember; Statement „f J^d sch! , ! "; ^-^^^^a^iiAJies: Application before 

attended: References fr!: «0 : ^ 'n tT ^ '"""•^' °^ ^"^ '--"- -hool 
the Student. ° "^''""^ °" *''« c'-aracter and social adaptability of 



GIRLS 



COURS SECOHDA.RE DE ÜEUHES F.LLES DE ST. HOHORE D-EYLAU. ««--"- J^r;";,:::";!:;''. 
DarJ* yvie R C Day School . Ages ^-17. Faculty of 32. Library, u 

June 29. Enrollment of 320. Fees: Tuit on $22 - ^"J«'^ ""^ J" 5. statement 
ina *l 50 - $3 per hr. Prereouisites : Application before Sept. '^, » 
of good behavior from the previous school attended; Certificates 
tism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 

Entrance exanination-, Medical record; Character references; Certificate» 
and Vaccination; Uniform. 

Special courses for foreign students. 

u- u^i k^^^ Pari« XViG R.C. Day School on a one-acre 
HOTRE-DAME DES O.SEAUX ^^'^j;;;;;^'^^^,^^ ral:;atory. KJnder^arte,..!]^^ 
Sri;/SLL! ta-ruareL En.lisb. SpanlsH *- -nt'n, Music. PHys. Ed., 
swimning. R.eaular_sesiion: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enroll.ent of . 00 Jeei.. 
T •♦;„„ *7U - t57 per quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 - $3 per lesson. rre^ 

: te's. A pli a in b'efore «'ay, SchoUstlc and Hedical records; References fro. 
^^iifTTS'Jown by the school, Certificate, of Birth and Bapt.s.. 

•rrOLE JEAHHE D'ALBRET. 1. rue Denis Polsson. Paris XVI le. PROT. Day School. Ages *-i7. 
ECOLE JtAHHt V ALDKci, I» riirric Lanouages! Engl ish, 

Enrollmentof 250. (Sj«er_session: September). Fee.^ Tu tion $32 $6H per 

r--.r;r;:;ti:r::;Jrs:;;.:^;r;u::r.;-::::;>!i.;.:'':-::^^ 

conduct; Certificates of Birth and Vaccination. 

Mus c Rhyt mic ?"«• «/J^;;/';/ „0. ( Summer camp : July and August). Fees.: 
Sep 19 - une 9. ^ °H» o ^^^^^-r^;^:;;^ t^^oring. $1 - $2 Per hr. Pj^- 
::::;:Ke!f A;pnI;t-::";fore S:pt. .5.. Statement of good behavior; Certificates of 
Birth and Baptism; Marriage certificate of Parents. 



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PRIVATE SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS IN THE VICINITY OF PARIS 

ASNJERES (Seine) City of 78, 000. Located ^ .„es northwest of Par is. 
* INSTITUT SAINTE-AGNES, 89, rue du Chateau B r n 

Ages 6-17. Faculty of 50. Do b e iJ , '''.'"'''■ ''='°°' °" ' ^"•*" "mpus. 
dor.s, Co..una, dor.s. Libra . a o I ;r L TV'^'^ '" ---P-* ^ t ioned 

Engl ish, spanish. Art, Pa int i ng Muse oT.K^^^V^^^^-^2!!!i^^ Languages- 

«'"ter Sports, ae£,la^^e^^e ^1 ^^^^30 ""' ^^"^^ ''^'- ''- -'-'"«• 
Session and Summer ramp.: July and August). Fees- Tuit r^ °' ^'°- ^^ummer 

quarter; Private tutoring, $| 50 - *, 50 „ K " I "' *^°' ''°"''^' ^'^O per 

behavior; Reference from a Cathol ic priest r.ri f^^^^T^^'^^^^^^ Statement of good 
Vaccination; Uniform. "^ "'*' ^^^^'^'^tes of Birth, Baptism, and 

B0UL06NE-BILLANC0URT (Seine) Industriai city of 93 000 > * . 

vicinity of,Paris. ^°^'^'^ '" ^^'^ '"""«diäte western 

ECOLE NOTRh-DAME DE B0lilOf5NF i ,» 

a 1/2 acre campus T; H^^-^a^ Ity^^f^'r^C '''• ''' '"' '''■ ^^^°°' ^ ^ 
tory, Auditorium. Elem. and ec Sc cur l "'"''"'' "'"""' ^'"-^^^ Labora- 

ticArt. Music, P^y^Tl^Zl^^J^^iiT^^—^ ^"«'-'•- S— n. Drama- 

June 30. Enrollment of 650. Fees- Tu til Z\ «SlülliUession: Sept. 20 - 
quarter; Private tutoring, $2 pTThr ' rl ^ ' '"'"'' *"'° " *''*° "- 

r'y^rTcerSL;:: ^rsir" ^ 7?^^^^^^^-^""-^°^^^ »J t^e t; ;::;;: 
a .sponsibie contact tol!::\^.-\7^.r i :g^:r :::;::' ^r-;:.?- °^ 

BRüNOr (Seine-et-Oise) City of 10, 950. Located close to the S" .p 

'6 "iles southeast of Paris. "'* '^°'''* ""''' '=°^''«''- 

COURS O'rtüLST, * ter. rue des Vallees R r n, . o. 

Pu^. Ages 6-17. Faculty of U. " Double rooL r^' ^''■''°°' »" a | 1/2 acre cam- 
tory. Sec^_Sch,_curMc. Lanauäoerr. T ;"""'' '*°''"'- '■'"^»^y- Labora- 

fees.: Tuition, $25 - $52 ^ oard ^7^ " ' '^ " '^ " ''""^ ^°' E"--»! Iment of 180. 

pn-^Müite,; App.icftLtf ;ei"t":.7:;;:r"or'^^*^ '"""'"'- '^ ~ '^ -' ^^• 
-- Of the previous schoo, attended; ce;t m::Ls"ofi::::s?;:rj:::n:;:o:.^'"- 

CHATOU (Seine-et-Oise) City of 21 onn 1 » ^ „ 

/ yii-y OT ZI, 000. Located 9 miles wp«t /,f p.,- 

River Seine. ""^ '^"'* °" t*'e banks of the 

•INSTITUT ÜU BON SAVEUR, 28. avenue Victor Hugo R C n, ... 

Faculty of 30. Single and Double room Cornl ■ ' ' ''' ^''°''^ ' *'" "-''• 

ICindergarten and W Sch curr c T! °""'- "■"'"^^y- Laboratory. 

"^^^^rWl^iiiryrS;^^^;:^!^^ '-.'""'^'"^ f"9lish. Oerman. Art, Painting. 
June 29. Enrollment of 680 ^^ ««'"""ng. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - 

*27 - $55, board, . . per iua tTTT^S J? ' " '^^^^^1^: T^V^^ 
Utes: Application before Agust statein! '"'"""^ *' " ^' "«^ "r. Preregui- 
Birth. Baptism, and Vaccina to 'u rm '"' '^'''^"'^^ Certif icat-^T^ 




GIRLS 

Presence >n France o. 

and vacations. .,:„itv of Paris. 

. +.H in the southwestern v.c.nity ot 

* . j. * oa 700 Locatea m tnc o^" 
„EUDOH (Se-.ne-et-Oise) C.tyof2.,700 oay and Bd,. Schoo, on a s.a,, ca.P- 

, »>ui: 9tt rue Alex Guilmant. «■('• "»' . „,,tif,oned dorms. Library, 
IHSTITUT HOTRE-OAME, 2^. rue A. ^^,, •,„ sem.-part.t.oned _ 

Aqes 6-17. FacuUy of JS- l""' . E„g,i,h. Span.sh. /-^a^^^T^^fT^ch aca- 
Laboratory. Sec,_Sch,_curMC. tang 9 oetermined at the start o 

Sept. 15 - June 30. ^-"-"7' f.t!" efeTTITces; Uniforn,; P-'-" '.";;*"" 
--'^ ^^:;: cSStl^- -P^pn dur-.n, tbe wee.eods aod vacat.ons. 
responsibJe conxatt ».u 

u K nf Paris, located near the Bois de 

^ .. Fnnl ish. German. Art, rain«.i y» ^ 3q^ 

curric. Languages: EngMsn, «c ReauUrsess_ion; Sept. zu ^ 

S: aanet Pjys. ea ------1 .S^^ITdTjTi^ ; J-O -r .arter.^^^P^ 

^-si-'n-^ rT^r-rdi-siirer:. :rd-bitro^-. cert.-.cates o. 

i;itr^ort Card; Seh»»"* ^ '^«^°"'- 
Birth and Vaccination; Uniform. 

p r Oav and Sdg. School. Aqes <* i '• 
.r o»r»«. 29 8lvd. Victor Hugo. R.C Oay »" J^ ^ ^0,^5, Communal dorms. 

and Medical records; otatemenx 

"" ., Liprary Uboratory. Auditor.ur.. "^^^^^äili-^-^^;;;;-^^ 

""■" o /na sh. Gernan. Art. P»'"*'"^' ""' "l/^S Fees: Tuition. $86. board. 



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(Neuilly-sur-Seine). ReS'strar, Marymount, 72. bivd. de la Sau 

PONTOISE (Seine-et-Oise) City of U lOO . „. * ^ ,» 

y m, 100. Located ISmiles south of Paris. 



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INSTITUT NOTRE-DAME DE LA COMPASSION, 8 place M Fi , „ 

Ages ^-l7. Faculty of 18. Sin le rolT V''^""^'- ""C- ^^y and Bdg. School. 
!ündera a.rten, Elen.. anH w j^ l, °^^- ,^"'^^^^- Laboratory, Auditorium. 

Regulär Session- Sept. 20 - June 30 f ' ,7*- "•' *«""'S, horsebacl< riding. 
$173, board,-F33 per guarte r vite t t ' ! '''• ^= ^"'*'°"' ^38 - 

Statement of good beha ior r;. e ' in"'"':, ''° " ^' ''' ''■ f"--gu is i tes: 
Baptism, and Vaccination; Presence ic": " a" esT^"'. = ^^^ ''^ '^^^^^^^^TTTh. 
PUP.I during the weel<ends and vacations ^esponsible contact to board the 

SANNOIS (Seine-et-Oise) Town .if \t pum 

; Town of 13,6-1'!. Located II m|,es northwest of Paris 

INSTITUTION NOTRE-DAME, 106, Bl'vd. Charles de Gaulle R r n . 

campus. Ages U-17. Faculty of 18 lihr.r !" .! ^ ^"^ ^"9. School on a 

?«<=• Sch. curric. Languages: EnUshSpaL :'"'"• '-^^^^^rSärUn^Oe!,^^ 
Regulär session; Sept. 1 9 - June fLl " ' T"' ""^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^7^- 

'and). Fees: Tuition, $6 - 2 o^rd l^f^ff^= ""'"'' '"'' ' ^'^^ '" ^ng- 
<i.50 - $3 per lesson. Prereguisite, a f" !' '"' """"^'^ '''""'' t"t°^'ng. 
cal records: State.ent oT^'^^J'llZ'r T'' "^^= ''=^°'"*"^ -' "^'"- 

■ ''■' '-'■''■'-^- - ^'•-- --•- -;irit:n;^i:7:c:::at^;:n\'7.:i;:rr' ^"-^- 

"7^ "^''"^^ ;::;ro?;n;ra:; ;:;-. -- « ^-s south of Pan. . a p.turesgue 

*EXTERNAT JEANNE D'ARC, 27, rue des Nberg^res R c n, , . , 

23- Kindergarten ... c„ ^,^ ^ ^eres. R. c. Day School . Ages 4-17. Faculty of 

«''^*''"^^^-^riI7i7r-^Ä22^^ ^7'-". Ge-an. Art, Music. 

{SunmjiS^m. July lO - Au' gf 20). " ' ^^" ^"^«'""«"t of 350. 

SUCY-EN-BRIE (Seine-et-Oise) Small village located 7 1/2 ». • , 

"ile north of 8oissy-St-Leger. southeast of Paris and one 

INSTITUTION DU PETIT VAL 2 Rlu. j . ^ 

^"■"ty of 24. iJdJaaS" ne^ a^^e "-J';'^ "' ""■ '''°°' ' *'" ''-' ^• 
SPanish. Art, Pa Tnting Ph » d ''- ^g^M.-Curric. Languages: English, 

t.ng, Phys. Ed., sw,mm,ng. Regulär session: Sept. 19 - Ju^e 30 

VERSAILLES (Seine-et-Oise, City of 8., .00. Located 13 .iles southwest of Paris 

"°"clll^^:rl.^^::::;;:^,;-,:;;-;,,;-^^• 't^- *— • — .of3o. 

Languages: English. Gerl n. A pTint ^TV'' ;/'/" '"'""' '^' ^MLUC. 

55i^iliI^«»Lon: Sept. 15 - June 30 F 1 , ''' "^y^*""^ ^»"ce, Phys. Ed. 

References fro. the p c ^aj of t e ore '" " *'''° "'^ ''• '"-^ÜMiLilües: 

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PRIVATE SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS IN THE PROVINCES 



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AIX-EN-PROYENCE (Bouches-du-Rhone) City of 5^, 000. Ancient capital of Provence, located 

558 miles southeast of Paris. Site of a university. 

COURS SAINTE CATHERINE DE SIENNE, 20, rue MIgnet. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages ^~!7. 
Faculty of 30. Double rooms, Individua] quarlers in sem i-part i t ioned dorms, Com- 
munal dorms. Library. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Eng- 
l.sh, Spanish. Art, Painting, Music, Phys. Ed. Regulär session : Sept. 15 -June 30. 
Enrollment of mO. Feesj Tuition, $16 - 1:30, board, $85 - $91 per quarter; Private 
tutoring, $1.25 - $2.50 per lesson. Prerequ is i tes: American students admitted to 
the Day School only; Application before August 15; Scholastic record and Statement 
of good behavior from the previous school attended; Character references; Uniform. 

BESANCON (Doubs) City of 76,000. Located 252 miles southeast of Paris. City encircled 

by the Doubs River. Site of a university. 

INSTITUTION NOTRE-DAME, II, rue de la Convention. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. 
Faculty of 42. Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Elem., See. 
and Commercial curric. Languages: Latin, Greek. Art, Music, Rhythmic Dance, 
^^y^' ^^' Regulär sessign; Sept. 15 - June 29. Enrollment of 690. Fees : Tuition, 
$8 - $20, board, $80 per quarter. Prerequis i tes: Application before January; Re- ' 
ferences from the pupiPs previous teachers; Certificates of Birth and Vaccinatlon; 
Uniform. 

BONDUES (Nord) Suburb of Lille. Located about 160 miles north of Paris, in the vicinity 

of a university, 

PENSIONNAT DU SACRE-COEUR. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on a 30 acre campus. Ages 4-17. 
Faculty of 34. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in sem i-part it ioned 
dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten, Elem. and 
See Seh. CMrrjg, Languages: Engl ish, Spanish. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic 
Dance, Phys. Ed., tennis. Regulär session : Sept. 16 -June 29. Enrol Iment of 250. 
Fees: Tuition, $40, board, $120 per quarter: Private tutoring, $1 - $|.50 per hr. 
Prerequisites: Application before Sept. I; Last report card; Medical record; 
Statement of good conduct; References for the scholarship and family background 
of the pupil; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 

BORDEAUX (Gironde) City of 257,900. Located 360 miles southwest of Paris. Commercial 

Center and port on the banks of the Garonne River. Site of a university. 

ASSOMPTION-INSTITUTION DU PARC, 370, Blvd. du President Wilson. R.C. Day and Bdg. School 
on a 2 1/2 acre campus. Ages 4-17. Individual quarters in sem i-part itioned dorms. 
Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish. 
Spanish. Art, Piano, Phys. Ed., tennis. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. 
Enrollment of 500. Fees: Tuition, $43, board, $80 per quarter; Private tutoring, 
*2 ^^^ ^^' Prerequisites: Application before Sept. I; Last report card; Scholas^ 
tic and Medical records; References from the previous school attended; Certifi- 
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m-RGES (Cher) City of 54,900. Located 139 miles south of Paris in an agricultural region. 

INSTITUT SA I NT-DOMINIQUE, 9, rue Emile Deschamps. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages it-17 
Faculty of 25. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in semi -parti t ioned 
dorms, Communal dorms. L ibrary, Laboratory , Aud i torium. Kindergarten. Elem. and 
See. Seh, curnc. Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, Painting, Music, Phys. Ed 
Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 415. Fees- Tuition $74 
board, $92 per quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 per hr. Prerequ is i tes: ' Appl 'ica- 
tion before Sept. 15; Last report card; Scholastic and Medical records;" Character 
references; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination; 3 photographs- 
Uniform. ' 

CANNES (Alpes-Maritimes) City of 50,200. Important resort on the Riviera, located 655 

miles southeast of Paris. 

*COURS MAINTENON, 25,avenue de fe'rasse (Section des Chaugeres). NON SECT. Day and Bdg. 
School. Ages 4-17. Kindergarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric. Preparatory 
classes in the French language offered to foreign pupils. Special program of 
studies for American pupils to prepare them to meet the requirements of the schoo! 
curriculum in the United States. Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, Painting 
Dramatic Art, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed., swimming, tennis, fencing, 
horseback riding, Winter sports. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment 
of 250. ( Summer session: July and August). 

INSTITUTION SAINTE-MARIE DE CHAVAGNES, Avenue Windsor. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on a 
2 1/2 acre campus. Ages 4-17. Faculty of 20. Single rooms, Individual quarters 
in semi-partitioned dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Auditorium. Kindergarten. 
Elem. and See Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, Spanish. Art, Piano, Ballet, 
[^y^' ^^' Regulär session: Sept. 16 - June 30. Enrollment of 240. F.ees: Tuition, 
$25 - $39, board, $74 - $85 per quarter; Private tutoring, $| - $2 per hr. Pre- 
• ''^^"'^'^^^ ' Statement of good behavior from the principal of the previous school 
attended; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 

CHARMES (Aisne) Small town located 95 miles northeast of Paris and 9 miles south of Saint- 

Quent in. 

COURS LACORDAIRE. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on an 8 acre campus. Ages 4-17. Faculty 
of 22. Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten, Elem. 
and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish, Italian. Art, Painting, Music, Rhyth- 
mic Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed., tennis, Winter sports. Regulär session : Sept. 16- 
June 29. Enrollment of 260. Fees: Tuition, $62 - $92', board, $304 per year; 
Private tutoring, $| - $2 per hr. Prerequisites: Application before July 31;' 
Last report card; Medical record; Statement of good behavior; Certificates of 
Birth and Baptism; Uniform. 

CHATEAUROUX (Indre) City of 36,500. Located in central France, 163 miles south of Paris. 

INSTITUTION SAINTE-SOLANGE, 59, avenue de la Gare. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4- 
17. Faculty or 20. Individual quarters in semi-partitioned dorms. Library, 



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Engl ish, Spanish. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Ballet, Phys. Eö/ Requ- 



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cation before Aug. 15; Last report card; Attendance record; Reference from a 
Catholic priest or from the principa] of the previous school attended; Certifi- 
cates of Birth and Baptism; Presence in France of a responsible contact to board 
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CLERMOHT-FERRAND (Puy-de-Dome) Cityof 113,390. 

mountains of the 
university. 

ECOLE FENELON, I, cours Raymond Poincare. R. 
ulty of i|0. Individual quarters in sem i 
brary, Laboratory. Kindergarten. Eiern. 
Spanish. Art, Music, Rhythmic Dance, 3a 
Sept. 16 - June 29. Enrollment of 7^0. 
$75 - $105 per quarter; (Day School) Tu i 
$35 - $58 per quarter; Private tutoring, 
report card; Statement of good behavior; 
cination; Uniform. 



Located 260 miles south of Paris in the 
Massif Central. Alt. 1,3^5. Site of a 

C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. Fac- 
-partitioned dorms, Communal dorms. Li- 
and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, 
llet, Phys. Ed., swimming. Regulär session; 
Fees^: (Boarding School) Tuition and board, 
tion, $12 - $36, optional hot lunches, 
$1 - $2 per lesson. Preregu is i tes : Last 
Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vac- 



INSTITUTION SAINT-ALYRE, 20, rue St. George. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on a 17 acre 

Campus. Ages 1-17. Single and double rooms for the older pupils, Communal dorms. 
Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kinde rgarten. Eiern.. See , and Commercial curric . 
Languages: Engl ish, Spanish. Art, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed., swim- 
ming. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 720. Fees: Tuition, 
$92, board, $255 per year; Private tutoring, $1 - $2 per lesson. Prerequ is i tes: 
Application before August; Entrance examination; Last report card; Statement of 
good conduct from the principal of the previous school attended; Two character 
references; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 

lifJON (Cote-d'Or) City of 112,800. Former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy. Located 

195 miles southeast of Paris. Site of a university. 
ECOLE SA! NT-DOMINIQUE, 21, rue Claude Bouchu. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on an 8 

acre Campus. Ages 4-1 7. Facultyof30. Single and double rooms, Individual 
quarters in sem i-part i t ioned dorms, Communal dorms for the youngest pupils. Li- 
brary, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, 
German. Art, Painting, Music, Phys. Ed., tennis, Winter sports. Regulär session i 
Sept. 19 - June 30. Enrollment of 430. Fees: Tuition, $30 - $40, board. $123 
per quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 - $2 per lesson. Preregu is i tes : Application 
before Aug. 31; Medical record; Statement of good behavior; Certificates of Birth, 
Baptism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 

NOTRE-DAME DES ANGES, 2, rue des Genois. Day and Bdg. School for Roman Cathol ic pupils 
only. Situated on a 4 acre campus. Ages 4-17. Faculty of 30. Single and double 
rooms, Individual quarters in semi-partit ioned dorms. Library, Laboratory, Audi- 
*°'''"'^- Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, German. 
Art, Painting, Music, Ballet, Rhythmic Dance, Phys. Ed., swimming. tennis, horse- 
baek riding. Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 400. Fees; 
Tuition, t^B, board, t5l per quarter; Private tutoring, .1t|.65 - $2.65 per hr! 
Prerequisites: Application before June; Good scholastic record; Certificates of 
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EVREUX (Eure) City of 30,000. Located 67 miles west of Paris. 

* INSTITUT NOTRE-DAME, Rue du Chantier. R.C. Day and Bdr,. School. Ages 4-17. Faculty 
of 20. Individual quarters in setr, i-part i t ioned dorms, Communal dorms for the 
youngest pupils. Library, Laboratory. Auditorium. Kindergarten. Eiern, and S^r 
^'^^- ""'''"= ■ Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, Paintinq, Music, Rhythmic Dance, 
Sallet, Phys. Ed., Winter sports. Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. Fnroll- 
ment of 350. (Summer camp: July or August). Fees: Tuition, $l3-$25, board, $91 per 
quarter; Private tutoring, *l - $|.50 per lesson. Prerequisites: Good references 
from the previous school attended, Certificates of Birth, Saptism, and Vaccination. 

GAP (Hautes-Alpes) City of 17,320. Located in a beautifui region of the Alps, 483 miles 

southeast of Paris. 

INSTITUTION SAINT JOSEPH. 2, rue des Pins. R.C. Day and Sdg. School on a campus. 

See. Seh. curric . Languages: Latin, Engl ish. Phys. Ed. Regulär session: S-t 30- 
June 30. Fees.: (Boarding Schoo! ) T.iition and board, $172 - *l 87 per y^a- <Day 
School) Tuition, m - $47; optional hot lunches $73 per year; Priva*. +„^oring in 
German and Spanish. Preregu is i tes: Presence in France o' , r»sionsible contact to 
board the pupil during the weekends and vacations. 

HONFLEUR (Calvados) Town of 8,660. Located at the mouth of the River Seine, 125 miles 

northwest of Paris. 

PENSIONNAT NOTRE-DAME, Rue St. Nicol. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. Faculty 
of 18. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters In sem i-part it ioned dorms, 
Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Elen, and See. Seh. curric 

Languages: Engl ish, Spanish. Art, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Phys. Ed., tennis 

Regulär session ; Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 350. Fees: Tuition, ^11 - 
•t;36, board, $98 - $135 per quarter; Private tutoring, *! - .$2 per hr. Preregui- 
sites: Application before Aug. 15; Scholastic anH Medical records; |f possjble 
interview with the pupil and her parents; Certificates of Birth and Baptism- 
Uniform. ' 

LILLE (Nord) City of 900,000. Capital of Flanders, and an industrial center. Located 

160 miles north of Paris. Site of a university. 
INSTITUTION BLANCHE DE CASTILLE, 254, rue Nationale. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 
4-17. Faculty of 39. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters In semi- 
partitioned dorms. Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh. 
^MJlic.. Languages: EnglIsh, German. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Phys. 
Ed., swimming, tennis, Winter sports. Regulär session: Seot. 16 - June 29 En- 
rollment of 470. £ees: Tuition, <^25 - $50, board, $85 - ^125 per quarter- 
Private tutoring, $| - -^2 per lesson. Preregu is itesj Application before May h 
Last report card; Recommendation from a Cathol ic priest and from the previous * 
school attended; Certificates of Birth, Saptism, and Vaccination. 

INSTITUTION NOTRE-DAME DE LA PLAINE, 118-124, Blvd. Vauban. R.C. Day and 3dg. School 
on a 2 acre campus. Ages 4-17. Faculty of 50. Single and double rooms, Indivi- 
dual quarters in sem i -oart I t ioned dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory 
'^"'^'*°'''"''- '<i"d erqarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish, Ger- 
man. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed. Regulär session ' 
Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 880. Fees: Tuition, -^25 - 149, board, t30 
per quarter: Private tutoring, $1 - $2.50 per hr. Prerequisites: Recommendat Ions 



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from the prjncipal of the previous school attended and from a Catholic priest; 
Certificates of 3irth, 3aptism, and Vaccination; Two photo-^raphs; Uniform; Pres- 
ence in France of a responsible contact to board the pupil during the weekends 
and vacations. 

LISIEUX (Calvados) City of 16,000. Located in Normandy, 103 miles northwest of Paris 

and ^3 miles east of Caen. 

INSTITUTION SECONDAIRE NOTRE-DAME, BoTte postale 2^6. R.C. Day and 8dg. School on an 
8 acre campus. Ages ^-l7. Faculty of 22. Single and double rooms, Individual 
quarters in sem l-part i t ioned dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Kin- 
dergarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric . Languages: English, Spanish. Piano, 
^^y^' ^^' Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 250. Fees; Tui- 
tion and board, $62 per month; Private tutoring, U - ^1 per hr. Prerequ is i tes; 
Application before Aug. I; Last report card; References from the pupil 's parents 
and previous teachers; Certificates of 3irth and Baptism. 

LYON (Rhone) City of 800,000. Located on the Rhone and Saone Rivers, 317 miles south- 

east of Paris. Site of a university. 

COURS VERITAS, 55, chemln de Chaulans. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 6~I7. Indi- 
vidual quarters in semi-partit ioned dorms for the older puplls, Communal dorms 
for the youngest. Library, Laboratory. See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl Ish, 
German. Art, Painting, Oramatie Art, Musie, Rhythmle Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed. 
Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 29. Enrollment of ^00. Fees: Tuition, $36 - 
$1^5, board, $88 per quarter; Private tutoring, $1 - $1.50 per lesson. Prere- 
q"'sites; Application before July 30; Seholastie reeord; Referenee from the 
principal of the previous school attended; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and 
Yaccination; Uniform. 

MATTAINCOURT (Vosges) Village located 20 miles northwest of Epinal which is 265 miles 

east of Paris. 

MAISON NOTRE-DAME. R.C. Bdg. School on a I 5 acre campus. Ages 6-17. Faculty of 18. 
Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in semi-partit Ioned dorms, Commu- 
nal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Elem. and See, Seh, curr'e . Lan- 
guages: English, German. Art, Painting, Oramatie Art, Musie, Rhythmle Dance, 
Phys. Ed. Regulär session; Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 170. Fees: 
Tultlon, $31, board, $92 per quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 per hr. Prere- 
qu'^'tes: Application before July 20 (form to be filled out); Medical reeord; 
Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vacelnatlon; Recommendat Ions from the pupIPs 
previous teachers, Two charaeter references. 

MEAUX (Selne-et-^arne) City of 16,767. Located on the Marne River, 28 miles southeast 

of Paris. 

INSTITUTION SAINTE-GENEVIEVE, 23, Blvd. Jean-Rose. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 
•*-l7. Faculty of 20. Single and double rooms, Communal dorms. Library, Labo- 
»•atory. Kindergarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric. Languages: English, Spanish. 
Art, Painting, Musie, Rhythmle Dance, Ballet, Phys. Ed., Winter sports.' Regulär 
Session: Sept. 19 - June 30. Enrollment of 250. Fees : Tuition, $21 ~ !t52, 
board, $143 - $173 per quarter; Private tutoring, $2 per hr. Prerequ is 1 tes: 
Last report card; Medical reeord; Statement of good conduet; Uniform. 



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MONTPELLIER (Herault) City of 100.000. Located near the Med i terranean Sea. ^62 miles 

south of Paris. Site of a university. 

* L'ASSOHPTION, V^ rue du Carre du Roi. R.C. Oay and Bdg. School on a camous. Ages t- 
17. Faculty of 30. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in semi-parti- 
tioned dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten. 
. Elem. and See. Seh. curric . Languages: English, Spanish. Musie, Rhythmic Dance, 
Phys. Ed., tennis, Winter sports. Regulär session ; Sept. 15 - June 30 Enroll- 
ment of 320. ( Summer session : July 15 - Sept. I). Fees: Tuition, $39, board, 
$92 per quarter: Private tutoring, $1.50 per hr. Prerequ is i tes : Application be- 
fore July; Scholast.c reeord; References from the previous school attended; Cer- 
tificates of Sirth and Saptism; Marriage certificate of Parents; Uniform. 

NOTRE-OAME-DES-ANGES, 18, rue de !a Garenne. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages ^-U 

Faculty of 35. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in sem i-part it ioned 
dorms, Communal dorms. jünj^r^garte n, Elem.. See, and Commerci.l mrri. Lan- 
guages: English, Spanish. , Art, Painting. DramaticArt, Musie, Rhythmic Dance, 
Ballet, Phys. Ed. Regulär session: Sept. 22 - June 28. Enrollment of 230. Fees- 
Tuition, $16 - «30, board, *IOO per quarter; Private tutoring, $1 - «1.50 per" 
Prerequisites : Application before July 30; Medical statement of good health- Re-' 
ferenee from the principal of the previous school attended; Certificates of'sirth 
Baptism, and Conf i rmat ion; Presence in France of a responsible contact to board ' 
the pupil during the weekends and vacations. 

NANCY (Meurthe-et-Moselle) City of 124.800. Historie capital of Lorraine. Located 219 

miles east of Paris. Site of a university. 
INSTITUTION SAINTE ROSE, II. rue du Manege. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. 

Faculty of 35. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in semi-oart it ioned 
dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten. Elem. .nd 
See. Seh. curric . Languages: 3erman, English. Art, Painting, Musie, Phys. Ed 
swimming. 'Vinter sports. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 420 
Ee^: Tuition, «18 - «3fi. board. «108 Per quarter. Prerequisites : Anolication 
before Sept. 15; Entrance examination; Seholastie and Medical records; Statement 
of good behavior; Certificates of Birth. Baptism, and Vaccination; 3 photogranhs: 
Uniform; Presence in France of a responsible contact to board the oupil during the 
weekends and vacations. 

NICE (AIpes-Maritimes) City of 245,000. Resort on the Riviera near the Italian border. 

fi75 miles southeast of Paris. 
INSTITUT BLANCHE DE CASTILLE. 12. Blvd. Carnot. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. 
Communal dorms. Library. Laboratory. Kindergarten. Elem. and See. Seh, curric . 
Languages: English. Spanish. Art. Painting. Musie, Rhythmie n,nce, Phys. Ed. 
Regulär session : Sept. |9 - June 29. Enrollment of 310. F.ees: Board, «99 per 
luarter. Prerequ j? jtefj ; Application before July 15; Seholastie reeord; Statement 
of good behavior; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination. 

RENNES (llle-et-¥ilaine) City of 130.000. Located 231 miles west of Paris. Ancient capi- 
tal of Brittany. and the Site of a universitv. 
•cOURS REGINA PACIS. 63. rue d'Antrain. R.C. Day and ,dg. Sehool'on a 5 acre campus. 

Ages 4-17. Faculty of 25. Double rooms. Individual quarters in sem i-part it ionod 
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curric . Languages: English, Spanish. Art, Music, Rhythmic dance, Ballet, Phys. 
Ed., swimming, tennis, fencing, horseback riding. Regulär session; Sept. 15 - 
June 30. Enrollment of 350. Fees: Tuition, $30, board, tlOI per quarter; 
Private tutoring, $1 - $1.60 per lesson. ( Summer session; August 10 - September 
10). Prerequisites : Application before September I; Scholastic and medical re- 
cords; References from the previous school attended and from a Cathol ic priest; 
Birth certificate; Uniform. 

ROUBAIX (Nord) City of 110,000. Located near Lille. 

INSTITUTION JEANNE D'ARC, 68, rue de Barheux. R.C. Day School on a i* acre campus. 
Faculty of 18. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric. 
Languages: English, Spanish. Art, Music, Rhythmic dance, Phys. Ed., Winter 
Sports. Regulär session : Sept. 16 - June 30. Enrollment of ^60, Fees: Tuition, 
$U0 - $50, optional hot 1 unches, $35 per quarter. Prerequisites: Last report 
Card; Medical record; Certificates of Birth and Baptism; Uniform. 

SAINT-JEAN DE MAURIENNE (Savoie) Town of 6,675. Located 340 miles southeast of Paris 

and 31 miles east of Grenoble. 

INSTITUTION SAINT-JOSEPH, Rue des Ecoles. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. 

Faculty of 20. Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Eiern, and 
Sftc. Seh, curric. Languages: English, Italian. Art, Music, Phys. Ed., Winter 
Sports. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 300. Fees: Tuition, 
^10 - $18, board, $73 per quarter. Prerequisites: Application before July I for 
the primary school, before Sept. I for the secondary school; Last report card; 
Statement of good scholarship and good behavior from the previous school attended; 
References from a priest for Cathol Ic students; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, 
VaccInation, and Religious Instruction, 

SAINTS (Seine-et-Marne) The school is situated in the country about 45 miles east of Paris. 

* LE PARACLET. R.C. Bdg. School on a 74 acre campus. Ages 6-17. Faculty of 15. Single 
and double rooms, rooms for five or six pupils. Library, Laboratory. See. Seh, 
curric. Languages: English, Spanish. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic dance, 
Phys. Ed., horseback rlding. Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment 
of 50. ( Summer session and Summer camp : July and August). Feesj Tuition and 
Board, $202 per quarter; Private tutoring, t2 per hr. Prerequisite s: Applica- 
tion form to be filled out; Medical record; References from the previous school 
attended; Uniform, 

STRASBOURG (Bas-Rhin) City of 220,000. Located 312 miles east of Paris near the German 

border. Site of a university. 

COLLEGE LUCIE BERGER, 10, rue St. Marc. PROT. Day and Bdg. School on a smaM campus. 
Ages 4-17. Faculty of 42. Single and double rooms, Individual quarters in 
semi-partitioned dorms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kin- 
dergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric . Languages: English, German. Art, Music, 
Rhythmic dance, Phys. Ed., swimming, Requl ar session : Sept. 15 - June 30. En- 
rollment of 450. Fees: Tuition, $21 - $35, board, $126 per quarter; Optional 
hot lunehes, $10 per month: Private tutoring, $1 - t|.50 per lesson. Prerequi- 
sites : Appl ication before September I; Last report card; Statement of good con- 
duct from the previous school attended; Medical statement of good health; Re- 
ferences from the pupil's teaehers and minister; Certificates of Birth and Bap- 
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NOTRE-DAME, I, rue des Mineurs. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 4-17. Faculty of 30 
Single and double rooms Individual quarters in semi-partitioned dorms, Communal' 
orms. L.brary, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten. Eiern, and See. Seh. " ;. 
Languages: German, English. Art, Phys. Ed. R.e^ular_^es s^ Seot 15 - 1^;^^' 

Enrollment of 600. Fees: Tuition varles acco ^H i n. fn ^! "^ l' . . 

„«„XL n . .. T, i^>'-'on varies aceording to the class; Board, ^34 per 

the pup.l; Cer ,f,ca es of Birth, B.ptisn, ,nd Vaccination; Presence in France 
of a respons.ble contact to board the oupil durin, the Weekends and vacations 

TOULOUSE (Haute-Garonne) City of 270,000. Located ^^2 .iles southwest of Paris Site of 

a university. 

INSTITUTION SA,NTE-MARIE-DE-NEVERS, ^^, rue du Tour. R.C. Day and ,d,. SchooK A,es 

e"::;.. :::";^"' "- ^^^^-^^^-^^^-^^^ -— : En„ish. spanish.^ 

fish ;„ '"l '""^rgarten. Ele.. and See. Seh. .„..,. Lan,ua,es: Eng- 

lish, Spanish. Enrollment of 580. < a . ij 

TOURS (Indre-et-Loire) Located 1^5 miles southwest of Paris in the Loire Valley 

*COURSMAINTENON, 1 0^, rue des Docks. R.C. Bdg. School. A,es4-I7. Faculty of 22 
Double rooms, Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten a nd See. Seh 

£um£, Languages: English, German. Art, Painting, Music, Rhythmic Dance, ' 

Ballet Phys. Ed., swimming, tonnis, fencing, horseback riding. Reoular ses- 
s^on: Sep I 6 - June 30. Enrol Iment of 200. (Summer camp: August). Fees- 



Tu.t.on $40, board, $91 per quarter: Private tutoring, $2 per hr. PreT^j- 
irtes^: Application before July 1; Statement of good behavior; Character re- 
ferences; Certificates of Birth and Vaccination; Uniform: Presence in France 
of a respons.ble contact to board the pupil during the weekends and vacations 



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ECOLE MA55I LLON, ^ di5>» /"«■ ^^ 1/ 1 nH^raarten, E em. and See. 
17 Sinqle and double rooms. Laboratory, Auditorium. !Onderiari|!LL_^ n7Z7^Tr' 

of Birth and Saptism. 

«COLLEGE STAHISLAS. 22. rue Hotre-Oa.e des Cha.ps. Paris V.e J;^^" "^^^"^.J';- Lf;;,:Lr"y, 
a car-pus. A,es ^-17. Single and double rooms, Co-nnunal dorms. J-'J" ^ "-'""^„^^ 
Auditorium. Kindergarten. Eiern, and See. Seh, curr c. .^^-^-^ • ' '.^ !^^ . 
Art Phys. Ed., swimming, tennis. fencing, horseback r.ding. Roq ular session 

Summer camp : July and August). Fees: Tuition. MO - W, ^°»"' . . ,j,_ 

hot lunches . t37 - $38. Preregu is ites: Last repor card; ^t« --* ^ J^^ ^^^J _ 
ship. good behavior, and religious assiduity from the P^«^:°"^*=''°°! '""""f ' '';. 
tif «tes of 3irth, Baptism. and Vaccination; Final admiss.on .s -; J" ;° ^J" ^^^ 
month period of probation; Presence in France of a respons.ble contact to board the 
pupil during the weekends and vacations. 

'ECOLESECOHOA.RESAIHTSULP.CE «8, rue d-Assas, ^l^^J^J^^^'^i^l^^^^X^^^ 

o Iniof loö SjimL^essioiL and S.ummer.^ ^:Tu.t.on. 

26 *60 o ional ot lunches, tSI - $37 per guarter. Prerequisites: Appl .cat ,on 
before jl 30: Last reoort card; Statement of good scholarship from the prev.ous 
school attended: Certificates of Birth. Baptism. and Vacc.nat.on. 

•eCOLE LA ROCHEFOUCAULO. 90 bis. rue St. Dominique. Paris Vlle Jay School for "o-n Ca^ho- 
lic puoils only. Situated on a small campus. Aqes 6-17. Faculty o «. Library. 
Laboratory Auditorium. Flem. and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish. Spanish. 
» n : Sept. ,5 -June 30. Enrollment of ..000. ( Summer camp: Ju y - 
\,l. 15). Fees : Tuition. $30 - $52. optional hot lunches. $36 per «'"»^ «^= P^'^»*« 
tutorin, *rr*2 per hr. Prerequ is i tes: Good knowledge of French; Appl.cat.on be- 
fore May Entrance examination: Last report card: Seholastic -':°^''= "atement o 
good behavior: Certificates of Birth and Baptism; Marriage certificate of parents. 

ECOLE SAINT THOMAS O'AQUIH. -»U. rue de Venelle. Paris Vlle. R.C. Day School. Ages 6-17. 
f!c tyof25. Library. Auditorium. Flem. and See. Seh, curr.c. Languages: Eng- 
li,h Soanish Art. Painting. Phys. Ed., swimming. fencing. Winter Sports. Regulär 
s'io S : I - üune 30.' Enrollment of «0. F^: Tuition. $30 - -151 optional 
T^n^hes. $38 per quarter. Prereau isi tes : Application before June 30; Entrance 
examination: Certificates of Birth and Baotism. 

ECOLE FEHELOH, 23. rue du Göneral Foy. Paris VI He. Oay and Bdg. School for Roman Catho- 
• lie oupils only. Aies6-I7. Facul ty of 3«.. Individual quarters in sem.-partiioned 

dorms Library. Laboratory. Flen. and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish. Ger- 
m,n. Art. Musie. Phys. EH.. swimming. feneing. Winter ^P°rts. R . egular session: 
Seot 16 - June 30. Enrollment of 760. Fees: Tuition. $37 - *75, board. $164 - ^230 



per quarter; Private tutorin^, *2 - t3 oer hr. Prereou i. i t..- Entrance ex.n i nat Ion • 
Last report card; Medical Statement of lood health: References on the chancter ^nd ' 
intellectual capacity of the pupil froTi the previous school attended; Reference. 
fron the Cathol ic priest of the »uoil; Certificates of 3irth, Baotism, and Vaccna- 
tion; Presence In France of a resoonsible contact to board the ouoil durini the 
Weekends and vacations, 

INSTITUTION SAINTE-MARIE, 32, rue do Monce.n, Paris Vllle. R.C. Oay School. Ages 6-17 
Faculty of fiO. Library, Laboratory, ö,Hitori..m. Ejefri^an H See. Seh, curric Lan- 
guages: Enjlish, German. \ri, 'lusic, ?h,. I., fencini, Winter soorts. Re"rjuUr 
^^^^'Q^' '^^°+- 20 - June 30. Enrollment of 1,200. Fees: Tuition, ^.^S - ^7Trä^- 
tional hot lunches, *40 oer r^u-^-if)r^, Privvte tutorini, *| - *2.50 oer hr. Prere- 
giLLsites: Entrance examination: Statement of ^ooH scholarshio; Reference" ^ ro7T~ 
Cathol ic priest; Certificat-s o^ lirth, Saotism, Con f i rmat ion! and Vaccination. 

* ECOLE ROCROY SAINT LEON, 106, ru^ ,du Fauoouri Poissoniere, Paris Xe. Oay School for 

Roman Catholje pupils only. Aies i|-I 7. Faculty of i|3. Li'.rary, Laboratory, Swim- 
"""^^ '^"^- «^inderiarten, Elem. ,nd See. Seh, curric . Lanrjuv^es: Engl ish, German. 
Art, f^ainting, Mus ic, Phys. Fd., swimming, fencini, Einher soorts. Regul är session - 
Sept. 19 - June 30. FnrolHent of 600. ( Summer camo; .)uiy). Fees: Tuition, »39 - 
V2, optional hot lunches, *35 - "m r,^r guarter; Private tutoring, "^1 - *3 oer hr. 
P_re, reguisites: Last report card; Medical reeord; References from the previous school 
attended and from a Cathol ic oriest; Certificates of 3irth, Saotism, Conf i rmat ion, 
and Vaccination. 

ECOLE GERSON, 31, rue de la Pompe, Paris XVIe. Oay and 3dg. School ^or RoT^nn Cathol ic pu- 
pils only. Ages 1-17. Faculty o^ 35. Individual guarters in sem i -oart i t ioned dorms. 
Kindergarten, Ele m. and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, Piano, 
Phys. Ed., swimming, ^enclng, Winter soorts. Regu lär session : Sept. 15 - June 29.' 
Enrollment of 920. F_ees: Tuition, '^-33 - tev, board, U^b - <^I67 oer quarter. Pre- 

''^q"'^'^^^' Application before Sept. I; Certificates of 3irth, Saptism, and Vaccina- 
tion. 

ECOLE ST. JEAN DE PASSY, 72, rue Raynouard, Paris XVIe. R.C. Oay School. Ages h | 7. 

Faculty of 70. Library, Laboratory. Elem. and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Eng- 
lish, German. ^rt, Phys. Ed., swimming, tennis, Winter soorts. Reg ulär session: 
Sept. 20 - June 30. Enrollment of 1,320. Fees : Tuition, n^ - <^fi7, ootlonal hot 
lunches, ^Me per quarter; Private tutoring, ^1 - t3 r,er hr. °rereiu i s i tes: Apol i- 
eatlon before June 15; Last reoort card; Statement n' good hehavior from the ore- 
vious school attended; Re^erence from ^ Cathol ic oriest: Certificates of Birth, 
Saptlsm, and Vaccination; Presence in France of a resoonsible contact to board' the 
oupll during the weekends and vacations. 

ECOLE SAINT LOUIS DE GONZAGUE, 12, rue Franklin, Paris XVIe. R.C. 0,y School. \ges 1-17. 
Faculty of 70. Labo-atory. Ki nderrarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric. Laniuaies: 
German, Engl Ish. Art, Orar^atlc Art, Musie, Phys. Ed., swimming, ^encing, horse'iack 
riding, 'Vinter sports for oupils aged 10-12. Re gulär session: Seot. 16 - June 30. 
Enrollment of 1,220. ( Summer j>esslQn; Ouration of three wee'-s beginnim Vig. I). 
EfiÄÄl Tuition, <^10 - »100 oer m.arter. Prerenu is i tes: Good u-^owledie o^ Fro'nrh '• 
Application before Aoril (for-n fo ^e ^lled out); Entrance exa'^ i nat ion; Last reoort 
card; References from thn orincioil o^ the previous school attended md ^rom , Catho- 
lie priest: Letter from the oarents concernin-, ihnir child; Cerfificatos of Birth, 
Baptism, and Vaccination. 



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„ ■ v«i,» HÖH SECT Day snd 3dg. School . Ages 
6-17. F,cultyof20. ^-ncile roo. • S5.^.3nl^£^_-^^ F^: 

nsh, .Pani... «-^I^,f^ ,r pJLJllt^ Presence of a re3PonsiMe con- 
l:;r ■: rrcr;:\'rrlrp.:i, .u.., t.« wee.eo.s ana vacat.ons. 



PRIVATF SCHOOLS FOR BOYS IM THE VICINITY OF PARIS 

B..T..Y-S.«. (s..-e.o.e) To. o. . 300. .ca.. ^^^^i^^^:^:::: :[:::: 

P.«S,OH.T 0. .SSV 3.. SC.O. :;^ ^^r:^-^:' ^J^r^i.^....- ^^^ 
SriuS^nU -;...:.... Spa.3.^ 

slHiaa: Sept. ,5 - June 23. Enro .en "^^^^Jg^,^ ,^,, ,„„„,eH,e of French; 
perquarter; Private tutor.no. ^^ "»«r hr er«^^^ ^__^.^^^,^^. p,„ence 

r;;::::r: "';::r..i: i:r.:cr.:M;r.r;:;,^ , ... «-... ..- ..- 

cat ions. 

,c • , ni.el City of 12.000. known as a health resort. Located at 
E.GH.EH-LES-BA.H3 --, t^/rloe Ic're »ake. 3 ./2 .Mes north of Paris. 

.. . 4 n.v School for Ro-nan Cathol ic pupils only. 
COURS HOTRE-OAME. 9, 31 vd. Sad , ^^ not. Jay Schoolo^ unguages: Engl ish. 

A,es «-17. Facultyof27. ^J^3W-^^'P^^^5;f^Enrol Iment of 500. F^: 
Sparish. Art. Ri3Hilil^S^ii^= f ""^ '' 'JcTer oüarter. p^erejiuisites: Appll- 
/„ition. «0 - <B5, optional Hot -^^/'J /^p reit ; Stal^^ent^of good con- 
ctlon before July 1 (fern to ed ^^ ^^^ ^^^.^,^ intellectual ap- 

Auri^ f-on the orevioiis school attenaen, a^u 
titLl Certificates of 3irth, Baptisn. and Vacc.nat.on. 

FR.C0HV.UE (Seine-et-Oise, To-n of 7.700 Uocated S .iles nort.e. of Paris. ^^^^^^_ 

«POHOAT.OHS.GER. BO. ;"« ^ r8"";loirfr;et re^nttr^rpHs! Library, Uboratory. 
Ä,,s .t-17. Faculty of 18. Rooms o Engl ish. Oer.an. Art. Dra.a- 

Kir^gj^en^ile^aj^lJec^S^^ l^^^^^, Sept. 25 - June 27. 

;::,;;:;ror-2or^;s^.;Z;;^ a. ..ä^- ;; - ---^ i%. 
:r;::;rer s^isi:iS'rtitLn?7f-gr:r:::oiarsbip and ,00. ...or: 

Vaccin^tion certificate. 

NT .f -? ROO Located southeast of Versailles, 13 miles 
JOÜY-EH-JOSAS (Seine-et-Oise) Townof 3,500. Locate 

Southwest of Paris. 

«^ ^Art <?chool on a 42 acre campus. Aqes lu i ^. 
*ECOLE OU HOHTCa «OH SE • -^ -^'^^.J-oo,^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ,eni-part Itioned 

Faculty of 25. 5in3ie anu ^ . . ^ „^^, r,g- ap<i See. S eh. currjC . Lan- 

guages: Ger.an, Span.sh. ^^^ .;•;;; ; peM^Ziession: Sept. 15 - June 30. 
fencinq, horseback r.d.ng, W.nter soorts. ^^^^^ p,^,. ^uition, <32 

Enrollment of 220. ( Sjirnnier.^es.sxqn : Aui. 20 - Sent. 10). __ 



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per quarter; Private tutorlng, t^ oer hr. Preregu is i t_es_: Aopllcatlon oefore 
July I (form to be fllled out); Last report card; Scholastic and Medical records: 
Certificates of 9|rth %nd Vaccination. 

PONTOISE (Seine-et-Oise) City of U, 000. Picturesque city located 19 miles northwest 

Paris on a hill overlookinrj the River Oise. 

*ECOLE SAINT MARTIN. Day and 3^^]. School for Roman Cathoüc puDJls only. Situated o 

a qq acre ca^ious. Aqes fi-l7. Faculty of 5^. Comm.jnal dorns. Laboratory, Audi- 
toriiin. See. Seh, curric. Lanrji^es: Fn^lish, German. Art, Paintini, Oran^tic 
Art, Mijsic, Phys. Ed., tennis, swimmin-^, fencini, horseback riding, Winter soorts. 
.R e.jular session : Seot. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of fi90. ( Sunmer session : August) 
Fees: Tuition, *52, board, *220 per quarter. Prere gu 1 s i tes : Entrance examination; 
Last report card; Statement of -ood scholarshin; Re^erence fron ^i Catholic priest; 
Uniform. 

SAINT-GERMAIN-EN~LAYE (Se inp-et-0 i se ) Residential city of 30.000. Located 13 miles west 

of Par,ls. 

*ECOLE SAINT EREM8ERT, 5, riie S^^lomon Reinach. R.C. Diy mH 3dq. School on I /i| acre 

camous. Aqes 6-17. Faculty of 30. Rooms for four, Library, Laboratory. Eiern . 
.and_Sec^ Seh, curric. L^nguaqes: Engl ish, German. Art, Paintinq, Phys. Ed., 
tennis, fencing, horseback riding, Winter soorts. Regulär session: Seot. 1 9' - 
June 30. Enrollment of BOO. ( Summer session : Aug. 15 - Sent. 5). Fees: Tuition, 
•^36 - *.50, board. *225 per quarter. Preregu i s i tes : Knowledge of French; Aoplica-' 
tion before July 30; Scholastic and Medical records; Certificates of Sirth and 
Saptism; Presence in France of a resoonsible contact to board the pupil during the 
Weekends and vacations. 

SEPTEUIL (Seine-et-Oise) Town of 1,000. Located 31 miles west of Paris and 7 miles south 

of Mantes. 

* PETIT COLLEGE DE LA TOURNELLE. R.C. 3dg. .School on a 37 acre campus. Ages l-U. Fac- 
ulty o^ 10. Rooms for three, Communal dorns. Library. Kindergarten and See. Seh. 
cuixic. Languages: Engl ish, G^rman. Art, ^ainting, Music, Rhythmic Oanee, Phys. 
Ed., tennis, Winter sports. Regulä r session : Seot. 15 - June 29. Enrollment of 
120. (Summer camp: July and August). Fees: Tuition and board, <^230 oer quarter; 
Private tutoring, 1:1.50 per hr. Pre regu is i tes : Application to be made well in 
advance; Last report card; Medieal record; Statement of good behavior; Reference 
from a Catholic priest; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaeeination; Uniform. 

VERSAILLES (Seine-et-Oise) City of 84,400. Located 13 miles southwest of Paris. 

ECOLE SAINTE-GENEVIEVE, rue de l'Ecole des Postes. R.C. Day and Bdg. School on ^ 22 
acre camous. Ages 17-20. Faculty of 80. Single and double rooms, Individual 
quarters in sem i-part i t ioned dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Currleu- 
lum prenare s for the entrance examjnations to the ^ollowing schnoU - Normale 
Sciences, Pol ytechn igue, Mines, ^onts et Chaussees, Centrale, E.N.S.I.A., 
E.N.S.I.3., Sup-rleure d ' Electr Ic i te, I.N.A., Geologie de Nancy, Douai, Navale, 
Air, St. Cyr, H.E.C., E.S.S.E.C. Languages: Engl Ish, German. Phys. Ed., swim- 
ming, tennis, fencing, horseback riding. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - June 30. 
ITnrollment of RIO. Fees.: Tuition, ^178, board, ♦,I78 per quarter. Pre regu is I tes: 
The French Saccalaureat Degree; Apolicatlcn betöre May I; Medical statement of 
good health; Reference from a Catholic orlest; Letter from the student exolaining 
the reasons ^or his cholee of vocatlon and for wishing to attend Sa inte-Genev leve; 
Certificate of Vaeeination; Iwo photographs. 



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A,es 6-17. FacltyofTO. ^o^nuna! dorms L brary U .^ ^,t. 

Fle™. »nH S.C. Sch. curric . Langu.g.s: ^"^J '*»'• .««^"*"- * ' ^...ts. Regulär 

Session: Sept. 15 - June 30 /-<"-;%; '' fo' o.r Sorten Private lutorin,. 

J, - «.50 per hr. Prereg.uls_ites : App'.cat.or, before ^^ ^ ^ ,,,, ,f 

St,te.ent of ,ood behavior; Medical state.ent of ^^'^^ ^^"/ ' //; 1,,,« contact 
Birth, Saptisn-, Confirmation. and Vaccination; Presence " .^ ^"''°'^'' 
n e to board the pupil during tha weekends and vacat.ons. 



PRIVATE SCHOOLS FOP BOYS IN THE PROV INGES 

. V u-,1 » «f I ^10 Winter and summer resort, located H26mi1es 
A80H0AHCE (Haute-Savce) l^J^Z:^ J^Z]^^^. Geneva. AU. 3,. 17 ft. 

SA,«TE-C«O.X DES HE.OES. R.C. 8d, ScHo . ^l^^^^^^^^^^Z^J^J"^ 
of 12. Single rooms. Com».unal dorm.. L.orary ^-^°' ^' ^d.. 

Sch^curric. Languages: Engl sh. Gern,an. A t. D-™^* ^ *;* Enro -..ent of 
fencing, Winter sports. R.eauiap|«im: Se t. 2° J^";/°L^. ,,pHcation be- 
170 Fees- Tuition and board, «73 per quartar. PrereauJAms- » p „»rfir.l 

170. tges.. luiiion Medical record and n-edical 

fore April (^-" *° ''%^ ''f ,°",J ' apti «and yac;ination; Interview if pos- 
exar,ination: Cert.f.cates °^^"^*;• ^*'';'*"' ' ^^^^, th« director of the school. 
sible of the prospective pupil and his parents witn ine 

,„ u I BiAr,»^ r.itv of 5H,000. Located SäSmJtes southeast of Paris. 
A,X-EH-PR0VEHCE ('"-^-'^-«f^^^^.^Jl^I^l/J'.o.ence. Site of a university. 

ECOLE SECOHOA.RE L.BRE DU SACRE-COEüR, 20 '^^^''l^J-^J::::::^;^^. 

*Jir;isSiL^o. Un,ua,es:En„i3h Spanish *-;---- 

Phys. "v^.;--;\„Sf^f^ .; -pHvarrutrin; n per hr. P^- 
Fees: Tu.t.on, «"^O- ""'/J' ^;; 'jept I- Entrance examination after the pupil i» 
reguisilei.: ^f"''"*'" ,■";:? h^L ' record; State.ent of good behavior; Cer- 
l/f::::e:'rf rth:"Brp;i::";nrVaccinat.on; presence in France of a responsible 
contact to board the pupil durinq the weekends and vacat.ons. 

BEAÜV.IS (Oise) City of 30.000. Located U «iles north of Paris on the Therain River. 
„ST.T.T.O« 0« SA.HT ESPR.T SS. - - --3;»^i-„,;- -." tibry!' L^atory. 

':\ Tr'irSe 7x\z s ;;« T i;,:::n2;-%e2. op-^o-^irrot luoche, 

*« 7'p u ;errf8;a;din, school) Tuition and board. $1.6 - t. 65 per puarter; 

$65 - $97 P«^''"»'^« \ ; Prerequisites: Application before Aug. 15; 

^rottt : : : H:' t^tS;'; irZ^ .^^Tr^^Tre^ce. fr», the principal of the 
pre^ioul school attended and fron, a Cathol ic priest; Certificate» of S.rtn. Bap- 
tism, and Vaccination; Uniform. 



BOYS 

BESANCON (Doijbs) City of 7fi, 000. Located 252 miles southeast of Paris. Alt. 807 ft 

City encircled by the Doub: iver. Site of a university. 
INSTITUTION ST. JEAN, ^, Square Cast.n. C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 6-17. Faculty 
of 36. Communal dorns. Labor. tory. E iern, and See. Sch. curric . Languages: 
Engl.sh, Germin, Art, Music, Phys. Ed. R egulär session r Sept. I 6 - June 2^. En- 
rollment of i|20. Fees: Tuition, ^30, board, $80 per quarter; Private tutoring, 
^1 - $2 per hr. gierequ is i tes: Application before July 15; Last report card- 
Statement of good behavior; Certificates of Sirth and Vaccination. 

BORDEAUX (Gironde) City of 257,900. Located 360 miles southwest of Paris. Commercial 

Center and port on the banl<s of the Garonne River. Site of a university. 

ECOLE SAINT-GENES. 160, rue Saint Genes. R.C. Day and ^6g. School. Ages 6-17. See. 
Sch. currrc. Langua-jes: Engl ish, German. 

CANNES (Alpes-Maritimes) City of 50,200. Important resort on the Riviera, located 655 

miles southeasjk of Paris. 

INSTITUT STANISLAS, Place Stanislas. R. C. Day and 3dg. School . Ages 6-17. Faculty 
of 35. Library, Laboratory. See. Sch. curric. Languages: Engl ish, Italian. 
Swimming, fencing. Regulär Session: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrol Iment of i|00 
fees^ Tuition, U7, board, $152 per quarter; Private tutoring, ^2 per lesson 
Prerequ, Sites: Application before July I; Last report card; Statement of good 
behavior and good scholarship; Certificates of 3irth, Baptism, and Vaccination. 

CAUDERAN (Gironde) City of 26,600. Located near Bordeaux in a region of vineyards, ap- 

proximately 360 miles southwest of Paris. 

ECOLE ST. JOSEPH DE TIVOLI, 16, avenue Felix Faure. R.C. Day and Bdg. School. Ages 
6-U. Faculty of 50. Communal dorms. Library, Laboratory. Eiern, and See . 
S_clK_cujxic. Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, MusIc, Phys. Ed., swimming, ten- 
nis, fencing, Regulär Session: Sept. 15 - June I. Enrol Iment of BIO. Fees- 
Tuition, $35 - $70, board, .^85 - $100 per quarter; Private tutoring, ^2 oTTtr 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of French; Application before Aug. I; Last report card- 
Statement of good behavior; References from the pupil 's teachers from the pre- * 
vious school attended; Certificates of Sirth, Baptism, Confirmation, and Vacci- 
nat ion. 

CHAMONIX-MONT-BLANC (Haute-Savoie) Town of 2,650. Located near Annecy, US miles south- 
east of Paris. Important ski resort in the Alps. Alt. 3,^^^^ ft. 
•CLAI REFONTAINE. R.C. Day and 3d,. School. Ages 6-1 7. Faculty of 10. Rooms for three. 
'■''"■*'■''• See. Sch. curric. Languages: Engl ish. German. Art, Music, Phys. Ed 
tennis. Winter sports. Regulär session : Sept. 30 - June 30. Enrol Iment of 60.' 
( Summer Session: July 27 - Aug. 8). Fees£ Tuition. <87, board. $260 per quarter- 
Private tutoring. «2 - 2.50 per hr. Prerequisites: Application before Sept. I- 
Last report card; Statement o* good behavior; Vaccination certificate. 

CHAUNY (Aisne) Industrial city of 10.500. Port on the Oise River, west of Laon, located 

85 miles northeast of Paris. 

INSTITUTION ST. CHARLES. R.C. Day and 3dg. School. Ages 6-17. Faculty of 30. In- 
dividual quarters in sem i-part I t ioned dorms, Communal dorms. Laboratory, Audi- 
*°""''- ^^g'"- ^"^ See. Sch. curric. Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, swimming. 



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1. t unn Ppps' Tuition; $30, 
b-^aTTÜT^quarter; Private tutor.ng. t\ per hr. Pre_A _ 

j «^*r Ronen 100 «fliles north- 
• x- ^ uin^ne of 926 Located in Normandy near Rouen, 
CLERES (Seine^Mar.time) V.naaeof926. 

west of Paris. ^^ 

COLLEGE DE HORHAHD.E ^«OT an. R C. '^<;';;;;;''Lror:trr;'ru.rt:ri:.. S^iLin, 'pool. 
Faculty of 25. Comm.inal dorms. Library, aoo r painting. Draraa- 

Wintersports. Regulär Session; Sept. ^.^ " J""^ ' ^3 per hr. PrereauHÜSSJ 
Tuition and board. ^U20 per quarter; P;--*« " °^ J'^, /f„,„er Student; Certi- 

Application before Sept. 1; «« ^^:"" J °" J';/;; J' »f P^rents. 
ficates of 'Jirth and Baptism. Certificate of Marriage o 

- ^ /. 1 f ii'i iqo Located 260 miles south of Paris in the 
CLERHOHT-EERRAHO (--de-0^^e)^^C;ty^of ^,,3. 3.0- ^toc;t^_ ^,^_ ,3^^ ^^. 3,,, ,, , ,„,. 

ECOLE MASS.LLOH. 5. rue Sansac. R.C. Oay -^«^J'; ^S^^''- ;, *^;]rikÜ 

Co^munal dor.s. Library ^'''<>''''>''' ';i'l°;'";{ J.f^Jz^^ 
j:*nfiiiafies- Enqlish, German. Commercial art, fnys. cu., 

gJS;,_^r;ept.%0 - Oune 2« Enron^ent o. ^^^J^^^^^^^,,. 
board. .8. per --*;;•- ,:^[;: % J^t' HR fere:crfr:n a cl^JiT^t; 
;;:";;::t:r:;%rr;:-ald SrtilirPresence in Franc« of tHe parents or Cose re- 
Utives of the pupil. 

. N r ^^ ^f 000 Located near Annecy wbich is 371 miles 
COLLONGES-SOUS-SALEVE (Haute-Savoie) Town of 2,000. Located 

southeast of Paris . 
SEH.HA.RE AOVEHT.STE. An Adventist Eoundation wHere American students »ay reside wH.,e 
attendina school in the immediate vicinity. 

, . V ^v „f 97 325 Located in a resort area. 52 miles northeast of Paris. 

COMPIEßHE (Oise) City of 22,325. Locaiea m , u i . 9 i /? »ere 

...T.T.«« riiYMEMER I Allee de, Avenues. R.C. Day and 9dg. School on a 2 1/2 acre 

IHST.TÜTIOH 6UYHEHER. I. A loe ^^^^^_ ^.^^^^^_ Laboratory. ^i^ 

Campus. *"";-''• s'/;",^, eurric. Languages: En,I ish. German. Art. Pa.nt- 
deroarten. F l«m. and See, ^cn. currj^ kJ— s.rl, ridina Winter sports. 

in„ Uu.ic Phvs Ed., swimming, fencing, horseback riding, "'"« 

requisites: Application before June 30. ««co Certificate, of Birth, 

tactto board the PupM during the weekend, and vacat.ons. 

■ c»-u, ............ r.;,--:t,:r:;r.:r;r-s- r^::^ "' 

LFS AVEHIERES. R.C. School on an 8« acre Campus. Ages 6-17. F'^^'^y of 12 Com- 
LE5 AVtHitKta. n.v 1 e«^ Crh curric, Lanquages: Engl i$h, German. 



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school). Fe£^: Tuition and board, $280 per quarter; Private tutoring, *2 per 
lesson Prerequisites : Application before Sept. 15; Last report card; Statement 
Of good behavior. ' 

DREUX (Eure-et-Loir ) City of 19,000. Located 50 miles southwest of Paris near the rivers 

Avre, Blaise and Eure. 

*PENSI0NNAT SA INT-PIERRE, 16, 31vd. Oubois. R.C. Day and 8dg. School on , 2 1/2 acre 
toriuT l'"/''\ ^'^"'*^°^30. Communal dorms. Library, Labor,tory. Audi- 

Art, Mus IC, Phys. Ed., Winter sports. Regulär Session: Seit 15 - lune 7fi Fn 
ronment Of 530 iS,^,^^j_^ ,„, . 7^ ,, ^^ .„J^J^ ^^^l H' ^ 

ti06 - tl25 optional hot lunches, ■JlO - «12 per quarter; Fees for private lessons 
Vary accord.ng to the class. Prer equisites ; Last report card; Scho asti record- 
tatement of good conduct from the previous schoo, attended; Certific u, 

1 d'r r'" 'T '"""" '" '''"'' °' ' responsible contact to board the 

pupil during the Weekends and vacations. 

EVREUX (Eure) City of 30,000. Loca/ed in Normandy, 67 miles northwest of Paris 

'"''F!I:itTo?25 "'s'^f • '• ^^''°^*-"'- «•<=■ '^y -^ ^^^- school. Ages 8-,7. 
E em and sL ^ll ^°°"'^' kommunal dorms. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. 

E em. and See Seh curnc . Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, Painting, Dranatic 
Art, Mus.c, hys Ed., swimming, tennis. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - une 30. 
Enrol nent of 350. Fees; Tuition, «32 - $56, board, «150 - «183 p^r quarter- 

1:^1 rrr- ;'f ^^^ '- P-.MmM.s; Know,edge of Fr'enc" Last ri^ort 
Card, Apolpcation before ,)une 30; References 'rom the orincipal of the previous 

Tac:: l: :"tr ^7 - ^'*^°"^ -'-*= c.ruuc.... .. Lth, zz: z 

;:r:":;:r;h:^::::;ds"::r::c::i::r " - ^^"--^"'^ -'-' *° ^"-^ -^ - 

FONTAINEBLEAU (Se ine-et-Harne ) City of 20 000 «^nrrnnnHoW Kw . i. ^ 

/ vivy ui z:w,iiuu, surrounned by a Urge forest. Located 37 

ml les south of Paris. 

INSTITUTION SAINT ASPAIS, 57, rue de Fleury. R.C. Day and ,dq. Sehool. A,es 4-17. 
Faeulty of 15. Double rooms, Communal dorms. Laboratory. Eiern, and See Seh 

£Mrnc, Languages: Engl ish, Qerman. Tennis, fencing. horsel^I^lTTT^nT"!;^- 

iTrZ: \[ ""' ""''*"'• P-t^-^iÜsitei: Final admission is subieet to a 

per od of Probation; Last report card; Letter of reeommendat ion; Certifieates of 
3aot,sm and Vaccination; Presence in France o' a resoonsible contact to board the 
oupil during the Weekends and vacations. 

GRENOBLE (isere) City of 130,000. Ueated 3^5 mi.es sontheast of Paris in , beautifui re- 

gion of the Alos. Site o^ a university 
ECOLE "OE LA SALLE" A L'AIGLE. 31, rue G.n»ral-Ramb,ud. R.i. Day and Sdg. School. A,es 

an W ,: " • '"''" "'°^'' •="""""' ^"^-- L'-^-^^ Laboratory. Flem.' 
and See. Seh currir . Languages: Engl ish, Italian. Music, Phys. Ed.. Winten^orts 

Tuition, «30 - «52, board, «83 - «qi» oer quarter; Private tutoring, «I - «3 oer 

lesson Prereapitss: Application before June; Entranee examinatioo; Statement of 
good b h vior; Record of religious Instruction; Presence In France of a r-spons ble 
contact to board the puPil d„rin, the Weekends and vacations. sponsible 



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LILLE (Nord) City of 900,000. Locati^H i «n «m« x. . 

Located 160 miles north of Paris. Capital of Flanders. 

and an industria] center. Site of a university. 

l\ll LT.J Z':T' double roo.s, Con,nun„ dor^s. Library, Labor,tory. 
f^S;;rV?^r"^t:;^r^- ^^"9-9«= En^lish, r,erm,n. Phys. Ed.. swiJing. 
86r F;es J t on ;7 '-^f^l^^^^SsMon,: Sept. 16 - June 29. Enro, Nent of 

n per hr. Prereauis-^t e.. Aopi ica on 1 l l '" "" ' '"'""'" ""°'''"'' 
examin,tion; Last repoTT^ard- R^f» ! '""^'' °"' ^"'^ '" ''^"""": ^"*^""" 

thP puPil'. schnl,r!h ! "«f«^«"«" f-"«" the previous school attended for 

ine pupii s scholarshio and charartor. r^^i-.f ± .■ _ 

cnaracter, Certificates of Saptism and Vaccination. 

MARCQ-EN-SARfEIIL (Nord) City of 2« "ion i «„ * ^ 

* ,„„,,.., '^ "• '■*"='*'"* "«ar Lille, If52 mlles north of Paris 

INSTITUTION LIBRE DE MARCQ-EM- BARCEUL ?ro r... aik *o-.. 

School on a campus Aaes fi .7 r t l '""^- ''•*^- "'^ *"" '"'• 

Partitloned dor: L ^t^ ' ^"l ! f"' „"""^'■''"^' ""-*-' '" "-" 
3ua,es: English, 'äern.an Art p! TT Elem. and See. Seh. c„rrir. Lan- 

fencin,, hors'b cJ MdL *;*"/""*""' '>'-«'"«t'<= Art. Husic. Phys. Ed.. swimning. 
EnroImLt of J50 t '' "' "°'*'- "^^""'"r Session- Sept. 15 - June 30. 

Last report card- <!t,L™- * , ' ^ " ^^ "*'' '^''^rter. Prerequis ite«: 

attended "* °' """* '""''"""•' "«^«^^nces fron. the7^^;;t;;r7^o. 

HARSE.LLh (Whes-d..-Rhone) City of 66. , ,90. Nportant co^^ercia, harbor on the Medi- 

terranean Coast, 535 miles southeast of Paris. Site of 
a university, 

ECOLE LIBRE DE PROVENCE. U2. 91vd. Enile Sicard Rc n,v s.h . . 

ulty of 45. Library lahnr,t„, r, «-C Day School. Ages 6-1 7. Fac- 

•"nter Sports, «.e^f;,^^; l^' , '.^'j« J-;«'"'""'"?; ''""'"' ^^"^'"'• 

per hr. P.rereaimites: Application befo e February R;ferenoe! f »ü""' •'" 

r;;:;:;:.:;.^"^*-' ^-^ -^'^^ — -.;:::;«?" ;::th^;;:;;:: 

MaUN (Seine-et-Marne) City of 20.200. Located on the River Seine at the edge of the 

•^"^"t "' Fontainebleau, 2K miles south of Pari, 
SA.NT-ASPAIS. 36. rue St. Sarthe.emy. R.c. Oay and Bdg. School on a 2 1/2! 

pus. Ages ^-l7. Faculty of 25. Communal dorm,. Librar i»h ' *"*"" 

toriu«. Kindernarten. Eiern. ,„H ... jch curr!. '^' ^"'°'^»*°'-)'' A««*!- 

*rt. M.,sijr7;;;^i^ ,.,„„,„,. wirf, f ho Sr:;. "^'"^ ^•"""• 

tessioi: Sept. 15 - .June 30. Enrollmen of 325 (Zlll ''' ^^^^^^ 

Fe^- (.ay School, Tuition. t26 - .«O^Ip^on^-ho tS^^ IZ''^' 
quarter; (Sd,. School) Tuition and board, $168 - t2l5 n-r „ l ~ ^ ^ ''"' 
Utes: Statement of good behavior- Medieäl .♦.♦.- 1 . ^'"'*''' ^ISmüi- 
cates of Birth, BaptL. .n^Uc:].^^ " """ ""'*-= '''''''- 

METZ (Hoselle) City of 1,0,000. Located 219 miles northeast of Paris near the fi 

border. City of Gal 1 ic origin. "" """^ *"« Q«r»an 
COLLEGE SAINT CLEMENT. 28. rue du Pontiffroy R C O.v «„h »a c , 

^cre campus. A,es6-,7. Faculty of JJ." C:.::.r:oir.'' ^tZl "^ lll ^ ^^ 

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1388 oen^TTTT^ "^ ° ~ *"1- I Fees- T„.f * Enrollment of 
French App ' t ? '"*°^''"^- *'-^- ff^er "; ^"' " ^'"'- ""-^ *335 - 

'"'' '"t«rv,ew with parents, if poslih ' "^ '""' '""^ ^*<=<='- 
"ONTPELLIER („,.,„„) City of ,00 000 , . ' 

jT^; 30 T''r '"'"^•'' S'-^"'-^"- Phys 7; •'"'"■ ^^^S^-Anliec^^chJ^. 

;"t:rin°; . ":° r::; :; ^t ^^^= ^-^'^ i5;:::::d'- ,#^ps^ri;^^o 

and vacations.^^^^ ^ -^-^^.'- ^o.act to board 11^ ^l^^^ l^^ll^ 

NANCY (Meurthe-3t-Moselle) City of ,21800 »• . • 

"i'eseastof P;rs s^eoT ""*'' °' '°^^^'-- Located 219 
COLLEGE DE U MALGRANGE. JarviUe J', ' """'''"'■ 

"3 f-ilities .or ages >oX'Tec Tel' /■': °'^ ^•=''°°'- *«« 6-,7. with board 
Enrollmentof 350. ^^c^^Sch^^urnc. Languages: German. Engl ish. 

INSTITUTION SAIHT-JOSEPH. 12. avenue de la > ,h- .• 

campus. Ages 6-17. Communal dorms b^a" .L "•'• "'' '"' '"*• S<^''°<" °n a 

Strf^?- '"«"^9«^= '^erman. Englis T; M °'''- ^-S^-^O^-imical 

--%;.? Pr;:atetto^:::."r-^V -p/f^"^^"---3T .jif----- 

— -on: Oood scholastic -erence^^L^^J^^::,„f^l41|^--ance 

NICE (Alpes-Maritimes) C ity of 215, 000. Resort on the Rivier 

'ocated 675 miles southeas of Pa ^ "" '"' '*''"" '"''''' 
COLLEGE STANISLAS. 2. ,lvd. de Cimiez R c n 

of35. Communal dorms. See. Sc^. cu ;ic L'"- '''"'°'- *9es6-,7. Faculty 
-c. Phys. Ed.. fencing. ^^^^TT^^. Se '"5'" , "^r." ''"''"■ '''' """ 
(Sjiiüüei.^ession; July and l^^^iTTT-F;^' (iTl ^ -•"'"•' 3°- F-'roIlment of 500. 
and hot lunches tfifi - <„ per qu rte^Ti-J cJ n t '"*'°"' '^^ " ^«ö' *"'*- 
P-;-rter P.,:,,,,,^^,^ a;p, icat'io ' e';o e s" l l°" ^ '°"'- '"' " <'« 
-xent of good conduct and good scholarship- RefLr . "* '*''°''* "^"^ «tate- 

Prev.ous school attended: Certificates •,*:«!, " ''" '''"''"'' °' *"« 
.n France of a responsible contact to board the' u 7' • '"'*!'" ""*""'• ''-""" 
"t'ons. ^''e P"Pil during the weel<ends and va- 

*COURS OEVIENNE. 2. avenue ViHebois Mareuil nOH SFrr n 

Faculty of ,8. Rooms for 2. 3 and 1 ipi J E I: '/:' ""■ '^'°°'- *'" «-'7- 
guages: English. Spanish. S^iming. Zl'',r ;nr^^ Lan- 

ro ment of 250. (SJ!He^session^^„,^?:fl;^f^ ^O*" ^5 - June 30. En- 
tu.t.on and board, <i^5^~$i^5r^ qj.ter p *'J^: -—■ ^"'*'°''' ^«^ " ^123; 
Aug. 3U Last report card; Statement of aoL fr-^fi^^^iül *PP' icat ion before 
tended: Certificates of S rth a d cc n tl n '°^ '""" *"" ""''"^"^ ""o»' «t- 



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POMTIGNY-L'ABBAYE (Yonne) Located ^2 miUe southeast of Paris in the surroundin,s of 

pleasant countrys ide, 

LES VERRIERES. Sdg. School on a camous. Ages 9-16. See. Seh, curric. Art, Paint- 
ing, Music, Phys. Ed.. tennis, swimming. Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. 
( Summer session : July I - Sept. 15. In addjtion, students are accepted to spend 
the Chnstmas vacatlon (Dec. 23 - J.n. 3) and Easter vacatlon (March 27 - April 8) 
at the school). Pr^r^q» j?^ j fps i . Interview wjth the puoil and his parents or per- 
sons representing them; Last report card; Medical record; 3irth certificate. 

RENNES (ine-et-Vilaine) City of 130.000. Located 231 miles west of Paris. Ancient 

Capital of Srittany, and the site of a university. 
*COLLEGE ST. MARTIN, 31, rue d'A.train. Oay and 3dg. School for Roman Catho] ic pupils 
only. Ages 6-17. Faculty of 57. Communal dorns. Library, Laboratory, Audi- 
torium EJem. and See jctK^cuniic, Languages: Eng] ish, Soanish. Art, Music, 
Phys. Ed., swfmm.ng, tennis, fencing, Winter sports. Regulär session: Sept. 15 - 
June 30. Enrollment of 722. ( Summer camp : july 3 - Aug. 5). Fees: Tuition, 
W board, $80 per quarter; Private tutoring, ^\ - t|.50 per hr. Prerequ is i tes: 
Knowledge of French; Apply before Aug. 30; Last report card; Statement of good 
behavior; Reference from a Cathol ic priest; Certificates of 3irth and Baptism; 
Presence in France of a responsible contact to board the oupil during the Week- 
ends and vacatlons. 

* INSTITUTION DE L'ASSOMPTION, 18, 31vd. Painleve. R.C. Day and 3dg. School on a 25 
acre campus. Ages 4-17. Faculty of 25. Single rooms, Individual quarters in 
semi-partitioned dorms, Communal dorms. Laboratory. Kindergarten. Eiern, and 
See. Seh. Cim e, Language: Engl ish. Phys. Ed., swimming. Regulär session: 
Sept. 15 - July I. Enrollment of 820. ( Summer camp : July 5 - August 20) 
F.ees.: Tuition. $12 - t.24, board. t73 - $85 per quarter; Private tutoring. 'tl - 
S2. Prereqyisite^; Application before June 15; Scholastie record; Statement of 
good behavior. 

RUBEUES (Seine-«t-M»rne) Locsted 2 mlles north of Melun which Is 28 «nlles southeast of 

Part». 

• INSTITUT SAIHT-EXÜPERY. PROT, and R.C. Bd,. School on a 12 acre campus. Ages 6-15 
Faculty of 7. Double rooms and Communal dorms. Library, Auditorium. See. S eh 
HILic. Laniuajes: En,lish. German. Phys. Ed.. swimming. fencing. horseback 
r.d.ng. Reiular »essio .n; Sept. 20 - June 30. Enrollment of 75. ( Summer session- 

July 31 - Sept. 3). Fe«: Tuition and board. Um - t2^5 per quarter- Private ' 

tutoring. t3. 50 per hr. Prereguisite?; Application before July 15- Statement 
of good scholarship; Character references: Uniform; Presence in Fra'nce of a 
responsible contact to board the student during the weekends and vacations. 

par SAIHTE-COLOMBE-SUR-SEINE (CSte-d'Or) Small village in the immediate vicinity of 

Chatillon-sur-Seine, about 145 miles southeast of Paris and 
"»3 miles northwest of Oijon. 

ECOLE DE BEAUREGARD. Etrochey pas Sainte-Colombe-sur-Seine. NON SECT. Bdg School 

p°ool ' nL^r.""'"'- *'f' ■*""•• '"'''*^ "' '• """'" "'°"''' CO"-™""»! <iorms. 
Pool. Elem. Seh. curri c. Languajes: Engl ish, German. Swimming, Phys Ed En 

rollment of 30. F.eesi Tuition and board, «1.012 per year. Prereauisi te. r 'Ann. ;- 

cation before June; Scholastie record and Statements of good behavior from the 

previous schools attended; Certificates of Sirth and Vaccination. 

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3A.NT-GERVA,S-US-BA„s (Haute-Savoie, r 

*SA,HT-BERNARO-0ES-aJeV'Vc"' "''' ^"-"-'-« -'-"o'tH'alt^;-"* " '^^ ^'"^ 

Languages: Engjish Germ,/' ,'' ' *°''""". Swimming pool r? '^- '^^<:"'ty of 12. 

"""5. Winter spots Reli '''' '''"''"^^ »--at c° ;* IT^^^^^P^^-^^^I-^^ 
(li™üür_session: Juiv J^^^^l^-Üüion: Sept. 25 - jL 1 ""!' = • ''''■ ^"-^ swim- 

Last report card SclSf^'-' ^''-"-ation befor , ^j,^"' ^"'t'- -«^ board. 
'->*". Baptism. Conf : ^^^^ ^*^t-ent of good ;Ha , r.°7e t°r T'^'' °"*^-- 

^"ponsible contact to bolZ\T ""'■^'"'^'on; Photograpf,- p! '^''*'^'"t" ^f 

board the pupj, ^,,., ^'J>^- Presence ,n France of a 

3"V0Z („aute-savoie) Very smaU vi , „^ • . ^^^^ -ations. 

;;'e-est of Cha";nir;rrj::j;;r '°"''-'' "' "-■- -^ ^'ve 
* -3 „C.UOHS. ;•,'"! :• ''-' " "^ '-' - -- -nc. 

for between ^Jj l^Jl '"X°' °"'" ' '''' """'"^- Ages Q ,, p ,. 
Pbys. Ed.. Winter ,„; '''^- ^S^^^ch^eur r i c u '^^'^"'ty of 6. Rooms 

t^ElP^^^nJl/ '^"^"'^25). Fees: Board Vyt ^"rollment of uo. 

6-17. Faculty of qn / '^ Pierre Large R r n 

g^^^^of 50 Communal dorms. Library, ora;o;v I w'" ""■ "''°'" ' *'« = 

S^^TlFTt^'-, '■""'^Ses: German. Fnglish. Ar P3VÖ "'''""• '-^^.^111 

Tuition, t28 «43 s„ ^'T"* °' ''°- (Sjser_cl J j/'' ^^"lif^esTT^^T" 

' ^o >Hd, board. t?«; ♦or — ^' iLP- uuiy and Aiian«*^ r 

July 3|. Fnf.-, • ^^ " ^95 per quarter p.-« • '^^9ust). Fees: 

- ' — - contact to board ^.e'.^trd'::.:^;:-:::::;- ;— ::7r:.e 

TOULOUSE („aute-Garonne, City Of 270 000 Lt. -'^^ - -ations. 

university. •'"'°- ^°'^'*^'"'-2 -'« southwest of Paris. Siteof 
"OLESAIHTE-BARBE, ,g. .„eArmand-Duporta, «c 

^^^— ---.es: English. Spanish.'^Enr"::,:::;;?--""- *»" «-• ^-^■ 

"" c^^o^;•"^rL^------"^ -. ^venue Camine-Pu,o, R c D 

S^^^-i^i..^^. unguages: English. it > ^l^l^Zll^ 

TOURHAN-EH-BRIE (Se ine-et-'^arne ) t„ , , 

farne) Town of 2,525. Located ?» -1 



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cation before September; Certificates of Bjrth, Saptism, Conf i rmat ion, and Vacci- 
nation, Marr jage cert jf icate of parents; Assurance that parents are not divorced. 

VERNEUIL-SUR-AVRE (Eure) Town of BJU. Located in the rieh country of Normandy south 

of Rouen, near Evreux, 68 miles west of Paris. 

ECOLE DES ROCHES. 3dq. School for Roman Cathol ic and Protestant pupils only. Situ- 
ated on a 156 acre campus. Ages 8-15. Faculty of 50. Communal dorms. Library, 
Laboratory, Auditorium, Swimming pool . See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, 
German. Art, Painting, Musie, Phys. Ed., swimming, tennis, horseback riding. 
Re'jular session; Sept. 20 - June 30. Enrollment of 370. Fees; Tuition and board, 
*^i|20 per quarter. Prerequ is i tes : Application before August 16; Last report eard; 
Medical record; Record of Christian edueation; Statement of good behavior and 
good scholarship from the nrineipal of the previous sehool attended; Certificates 
of Birth, Baptism, and Yaccination; Marriage certificate of parents. 



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COURS CARPENTIER, 15, 91vd. Poissonniere, Paris I le. NON SECT. Day Sehool. Ages 6-17. 
Faculty of 30. See, and Commereial Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish, German. Art, 
Phys. Ed., swimming, Regul ar sess ion: Sept. 19 - June 30. Enrollment of 200. 
Fees: Tuition, $^5 - t^8, optional hot lunehes, $53 r^er quarter. Prerequisi tes; Ap- 
plication before September; Scholastic and Medieal records; Character references. 

ECOLE ALSACIENNE, 109, rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris Yle. Day School. Ages i^-l7. 
Kindergarten, Elem. and See. Seh, curric. Languages: Engl ish, German. Enrollment 
of 1,150. 

COURS MARTIGNAC, 91, rue de 1 'l)n ivers i t**, Paris Vlle. R.C. Day School for girls, ages 

•4-17, boys, ages i|-9. Library. Kindergarten, Elem., See, and Commereial Seh, curric. 
Languages: Engl ish, German. Regulär session : Oet. I - July I. Enrollment of 120. 
Fees: Tuition, t26 - $56 per quarter; Private tutoring, $2 per lesson. Prerequ is ites : 
Last report eard; Medieal record; Reference from the American Embassy in Paris, 

ECOLE ACTIVE BILINGUE, 39, avenue de la Bourdonnais, Paris Vlle, NON SECT, Day School. 
Ages 4-17. Faculty of 40. Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Elem. and See. Seh . 
curric . Languages; Engl ish, German. Art, Painting, Dramatie Art, Musie, Ballet, 
Phys. Ed. Regulär session : Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment o' 400. Fees; Tuition, 
$42 - $154, optional hot lunehes, <40 p^r quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 - $3 per 
hr. Prerequisites: Application before June 30; Last report eard; Good references 
from the previous sehool attended; Vaccination certificate. 

INSTITUT BONAPARTE, 10, rue des Bluets, Paris Xle. NON SECT. Day School. Ages 6-17. 
Faculty of 15. Elem. and See. Seh, curric . Languages: Engl ish, Spanish. Art, 
Singing. Regulär session ; Sept. 19 - June 26. Enrollment of 150, Fees: Optional 
hot lunehes, $30 per quarter; Private tutoring, $2 per hr. Prerequis ites: Appli- 
cation before Sept. 15; Scholastic record; Statement of good scholarship; Certifi- 
cates of Birth and Vaccination. 



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INSTITUT SA INTE ISABELLE ßP-ßii 

rr~^^^^-^^lLi--£ii!Zi£- Languages- Fn - -.u o ^' ^"^ ' ^O'' • u^". Kindergarten Elem 

^^•' swirnrnimT ^ITTn^r ■ ' ''^ Spanish. Art M..c;^ dw ^1 -' 

tlon, $27 ^;, -^^7^^^-^^-i°-^-' Sept. I 6 - June 29 P ^ ' «hythmic Dance, Phys. 

n, V7 - $36, optional hot lunehes Un Enrollment of 420. Fees- Tu i 



ASSOC ATION DU JARDIN D'ENFANTS DE L'O N ü ,u 

^-^MhLJ^TTi^^rTT . ^"O English spoken. Dramatie Art Mn«l. bu ?. 

Winter p! ' ^""''' '^hythmjc Dance^ITTrr~tr^^^^^^^^- ^^"^uages: 

COURS GEORGES VILIP no 

com MARCEAU, 27, avenue Pierre ,er,,. ,. „ 

Faculty of 18. See. Seh. eurrle ,?''" '"'%'<'"«• "-C Oay Sehool. Ages 5-9 

l*!:'"":. r' - ^2-50 per hr. Prer^uisite^^^^ " ""• ^'' " ^'' ^- ^-rter; 



Pnvate tutorin,, U _ ,2.50 per hr. VrerJu,l\ ^ ''"*'°"' ^'^ " ^^^ "e^t^rz 
«ed.ea, reeord; Statements of good ehöfSt^fff-' *"""*-" "«^ore SepteJr; 
Prev.ous school attended. «chöUrsh.p and good conduet; References from he 



ECOLE PCAL. 33-35, Blvd. Lannes. Paris XVle HON SErx n 

6-10. boys. aged 6-17. Elem. and See Seh . "'" "" ""'■ ^'*^°°^ ^o^ girls aaed 

horsebaelc riding. Re,uUT7;~~l~'~f^'- P-""' P^ys. Ed., swimming. ;„c 
".t.on and hot ^^'^cli^^rrmTf^^'t^l^tZ: /^Jl'^T"""'' ^"'tion.^^8 .' 

J-_.Per^,uarter. P.,,,,,,^.. Appl ieaJion ^m^^belJ::] ^l^tr^^'^ " 

' '"" r • Vr-^-"^'--^^^^ Se7 r-. - --• -es .17. 

^^fl^aHlÜii: Entranee examination: Scholast e ;eco m"? / "'"''"'*• '" ^^^^^ter. 
Prospect.ve pupil ,nd his parents with the direetor '" '" "'"''"'' °' »"« 

' '""7,V' " Z'"'' ''' -« ^-*-^-t, Paris XVle n,n SECT n 

^7'7. Faculty 0M5. Single and doubl, rooms .ioTr! I \' '"''''• ^<^^°°' • *3es 
CuLe^e. Languages: Engl ish. Sp,ni,h *; It^T^—^-^^^^^^-^^^^^^^ 
.lion: Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment öf ioo fsl:* "^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

•»0. (Summer sessionj The ent ire Tuiijj^JTT^ 



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Feesj Tuition, $50 - $!00 per quarter; Tuition and board, $100 per month. f^erequiT 
7^8; Statement of good behavior; Certificates of Birth and Vaccination. 

PETITE ECOLE HOUVELLE, 123, 31vd. Exelmans, Paris XVIe. NON SECT Day School. Ages ^-17. 
Faculty of 15. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, c urric. Languages: Enilish, Qerman. 
Phys. Ed., swimmim, Winter sports. Regulär ses_s_ionj. Sept. 15 - June 30. EnroHment 
of 150. Fees: Tuition, $U0 - W, optional hot lunches, ♦•46 per quarter; Private tu- 
toring, $2 per hr. Prerequ is i tes: Application before June 30; Entrance exam.nation; 
Statenient of good behavior; Vaccination certificate, 

COÜRS VAÜVENARGUES.63, rue Ampere, Paris XVI le. HON SECT. Day School. Ages «l-l?. Faculty 
of 20. Library, Laboratory. Kindergar ten. Ele>i>. and See. Seh, curric. Languages 
English, German. Art, Phys. Ed., swimming. Regulär session: Sept. 15 -June 30. En- 
roHment of 260. Feei; Tuition, ^30 - $92 per quarter, optional hot lunches, Sl per 
meal. Prereou is i tes : Last report card: Vaccination certificate. 

L'ECOLE EH MARCHE, 103, avenue des Ternes, Paris XVI le. HÖH SECT Day School. Ages H-l 7. 
Faculty of 15. Library, Auditorium. Kindergarten, Eiern, and See. Seh, curric. Lan- 
guages: English, <3erman. Art, Painting, Phys. Ed., Winter sports. ?i2iilll-lill^ 
Sept. 15 - June 30. EnroHment of 150. Fees_: Tuition, ^1^5 - $95, oot.onal hot lunches, 
^50 per quarter; Private tutoring, $1.50 - $2.50 per hr. Prerequ is i tes; Appl.cation 
before June 30; Entrance examination; Statement of good behavior from the principal of 
the previous school attended; Vaccination certificate. 




PRIVATE COEDXATIONAL AMERICAN SCHOOLS IN THE VICINITY OF PARIS 

VImER.CAH COMMUHITY school. « 81vd. d-Auteun.3ou»o<,ne-.ur-Seine. Ct.sses conducted in 
En,1Uh followin, .n Americ»n study curriculu« from the first ,r,de throu,h h.gh 
$chool. School luncheon av»il»ble. 

SHAPE VILLAGE SCHOOL. I. rue de 1, Croix de Fer. Sh,pe VUUge, St.-<3er..in-en-L.ye 
(Seine-et-'>ite). 



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PRIVATE COEDUCATIONAL SCHOOLS ,N THE VIC.N.TY OF PARIS 

ANDRESY (Seine-et-Oise) Town of 3.280 Loct.H ,, •, 

*THE ENOL.SH SCHOOL OP PA«,s. T e L ,' ^'^ T"""* " ^^^'^• 

French ,nd Eng, ish progra. ofsU°]Ji-^-^^~--^^^^ 

the United States and Ireat 3r ^«P'^^tor77^rr];rieading .n;Z^;7iTi^, in 

Dra.aticArt. Music. Rhyth.ic w; ^^TZ^T''' '''"'"■ '''• '''"''"'^' 
["'>"1- 8Mulir_session: Sept. isl Jul n f m" '"'"^'"3' ^^'^"'^ horseback 
Auiust). Pr^reajn^ite_s : ReferenJs on hAh '7"""^* °' '^O. ( Sji^5er_^ession : 

fro. the pTTii^T^ir^the previo:s scL^u::::!:^ "' -^"'-'Hip-^ri^^i-T-r 

ATHIS-MONS (Seine-et-Oise) City of lu 120 ■ * . 

tion of the^L;:';«-;« Z^^.:' ^''^ -^^^ °^ "-'^ -,. the J„nc- 
INSTITUT SECONOAIRE DE MONS, He r„P J» i, « ♦ 

^-"'tvofll. EJe^^^ln/secTsS ;^^^^^ "0^ SECT Day Schoo. . Ages 6-, 7. 

P-^ys. Ed. ReaulIEl^jr^^^r—f^^ ^a ^-fes: English, Spanish. Art, 

Pnvate less^;r;;;T7)niIs: Tuition 36 .5, ''"' '"• ( ^JÜÜEil^üli^n : 
ference fro. a fa.i,y ,, — ^y the schoo • s"il . '""'"'' '-^^^^^^^lIliSrH^ 
sented by the school. ' '''5"^*"^« "" the ident if icat ion Card pre- 

BOISSY-SAI NT-LEGER (Seine-et-Oise) Town of 3 ?0n , . . 

-icinity of Paris '°"''' '" *"" ""''''''' southeastern 

COURS 3ERNARD PALISSY, 2, rue Merciere Prot n 

Aies 6-17. Faculty of 15. lol.l rll Jr "'• '''"°' "" ' ^ acre ca.ous. 

■^S^-Jch^^iirric.. Languages Enish ' 7"' '"^""^ '"''''■ ^'-- -« 

Oay school) Tuition. *"i^niif^on J [ "T '\ '"^°""^"* "' " "• Eees] 
Tuition and board. ^,90 - J243 e c a ' P r ' • '' '"" ""''''■- ^'"^- ^^^°' ) 

^illed out: Last report Card; Med c^:^,. '"f^^^^^^f^^^ »PPUction for. to be 
"nifor.: Presence in France ;f a e!L m "'"""*'<"' certificate; Photograph- 
weekends and vacations ^«"ons'ble contact to board the pupi. during the 

ETAMPES (Seine-et-Oise) City of M.OOO. Located 3, .Hes south of Paris 
INSTITUTION JEANNE O'ARC. 58, rue Louis Moreau R r n 

aged ^-17. boys. aged ^-e. Facü y of 2^' l'L 'T. '"• '''°°' '"' '''''' 
Library. Auditorium. Kindenia^^ an Se Sc" "°"' '°""""^' '°^"^- 

SPanish. Art. PaintingTl^'T^^Tär^fSÄfV^:, '^"'"^'^" ^""'^''• 
June 30. Enrol Iment of 200. Fees: Tuition tä tf^ k" TK ^"" '""•- Sept. 15- 
Premuisites: Statement of gooTT hav o ^efere'nc ; it' ^'° "'' '"'''''• 
vious school attended; Certificate! ofB^thr* "' Principal of the pre- 

Presence in France of a respo^ b n cTlo :: ;:";H:l!Td"*'°" ""''"^"^ 

and vacations. °^'^^ ^^^ P"P'' ^"''•ng the weekends 

wiver, ^2 miles northwest of Paris. Deine 

L'ERMITAGE, »♦S, avenue EiM Hnn <?rrT n, , j «^ 



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Music Rhythmic Dance, Phys. Ed., tennis. horseback riding, Winter Sports. 

; Ir e ion= Sept. .5 - June 30. EnroUnent of WO. ia-m^f^; /"'".^ 

fnd August). Fe es: Tuition, $15, board. «72 per quarter; Pr.y,te tutor.ng $2 

per hr PeregTilites; Scholastic record; References fro. the prev.ous school 
tte U l^nTT^^sence in France of a responsable contact to boar the pup., 

durina the weekenos .nd vacations; Interview with the prospect.ve student. 

MEUDOH (Seine-et-Oise) City of 2^.730. Located in the southwestern vicinity of Paris. 
L A SOURCE II, rue Ernest Renan. HON SECT. Day School. Faculty of 25. Aqesi>-I7. 
Library. Uboratory. .JnH.ro.rten. Elem and See. Seh, curric Langu.ges: 
SZ: Ger.an. Art. Paintln,. oUtic Art. Sin<,ing.Rh7t;;;ic Dance Pys. 
Ed., Winter sports. Reg ulär Session ; Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrolln-ent of 280. 
Fees; Tuition, $m - *92. optional hot lunches, $71 per quarter. Prerequ.s .tes . 
AppMcation between April 15 and Sept. 15; Knowledge of French requ.red for ad- 
r,ittance to the See. School; Assurance of a normal I.Q.; Last report card; 
Statement of good scholarship. 

MOHTGERON (Seine-et-Oise) City of 12,300. Located 14 miles southeast of Paris. 

*LA MAISOH DES EMFAHTS, 29, rue de Chalandray. NON SECT. 8dg. School °" » »"H"/* 
Campus. American oupils admitted only between the ages of 3-6. Faculty of 2. 
Rooms for <i. Library, Swimming pool. Kindergarten and Elem. Seh, curr.c. 
Language; Engl ish. Art, Painting, Husic, Rhythmic Dance, Phys. Ed.. swimra.ng. 
Llur sessL ; Sept. 15 - June 30. Enrollment of 35 ( Summer camp ; Julyl - 
Sept 15). F^ii Tuition and board. $101 per month. Prergqui?)t9s ; Reference . 
from the parent of a previous pupil; Presence in France of a responsible con- 
tact to board the puDil during the Christmas vacation. 'Vp, i I (T*\y^ 

^' HEUILLY (Seine) Elegant suburb of Pari»; oopulation 66,100. Located near the B<d de ^ 

Soulogne, in the immediate western vicinity of Paris. 
COURS CHARLES DE FOUCAULO, 1. Slvd. Richard Wallace. NON SECT. Oay Jch^ol. Ages 
./ 4-17. Faculty of 2t*. Library, Laboratory, Auditorium. Kindergarten Elem. 
,nH S«r. Seh, curric. Speqial attention given to American pupils to adapt 
them to the school program and the French language. Languages: English Qer- 
man. Art, Painting, Oramatic Art. Husic. Ballet, Phys Ed swimming. tenn.s. 
horseback riding, Winter sports. Regulär sess.on; Sept. 19 - June 30. En- 
rollment of 240. F.ees: Tuition, t72 - $100, optional hot lunches, $77 per 
; quarter; Private tutoring, $1 - $3 per hr. P. rerequisites ; Last report cardf 
\ References from the American Embassy in Paris or an American Company estab- 
lished in France; Certificates of Birth and Vaccination. ^ 

(^ COURS MONTAIGNE. 58. avenue du Roule. NON SECT. Oay School on ' -«-acre campus. 
A.ies 4-17. Faculty of 25.- Library, Laboratory. Kindergarten, Elem. and See. 
Seh, curric. V Languages: EngTlTT.. Spanish. Art. Painting, Husic, Rhythm.c 
Dance. Phys. Ed., horseback riding. Regulär session; Sept. ' "» ' J""« 29. 
Enrollment of 300. F_ej!s; Tuition. «42 - $112, optional hot lunches, $.21 per 
quarter- Fees for private tutoring are arranged with the instructor accord.ng 
to the lessons. Prereou is ites ; Statement of good behavior from the previous 
school attended; Certificates of Birth, Baptism, and Vaccination. 

SAINT CLOUO (Seine-et-Oi.e) City of 20.670. Immediate western vicinity of Pari.. 



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ECOLE ACT E DE ST. CLOÜD. 21. rue d„ c,.v,i.e NON SFrr r, 

Faculty of ,2. Library. KJ.rvleni^rlen; J'\\7' ''^^^'^''-'• ^l«"»-"». 

nrollment o^ ,30. (Su,,e^^;^/ ^.^'^^ /-f^Hlil^es^: Sept. IB - June 30. 

social adaptability fro^ the PreTiTTT^TT' !*'*^^'"* "' 1^"'' schoMrship ,„d 
. he,Ith; Vaccination certi^icte attended; Medicl st,te.ent o^ good 

SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE (Seine-et-Olsel r;+ . ,„ 

*C0ÜRS DELATERR.se ,6 rue ''''"' '''^'''- ^""te. , 3 . i ,es west o. P,r is. 

cjirrLc Languajes; Eng, Ish, ^er.^n. rT^^us rfl^^TT^V^^^^-^^^^-^- 
Ed., swmminä, tennis, horseback rldinop "^ytNic Dance, fallet, Phys. 

Enrollment of 150. (Summer sessiof ?^li^a_^se.s^ on : Sept. 29 - June 29. 

Hr; Special instruct ion in el oroV": '"""*'' *"*°^'^^- '' ' ^^ "- 
before September; Medical sta te"«;* 'id h"-'' ^'^^^^'^''-^^^^ Application 
References; Certificates of rt 3ant . = *'*""'"* "' ^oo^ conduct; 

OT 3irth, 3aptism, and Vaccination. 

SEVRES (Seine-et-Oise) City nf 17 oon , ^ . • 

«OLE HO.VELLE JEAN CAV | UE . on S cT I \ "V""""-*-" ^ > ^ — 
Faculty of 20. Librar K derg rien E e T.^ ' "^" "^°"'- *5" ^-'7- 

English, Spanish. Art PaS7^?^FS^^^^^7^^^^ Langu„es; 

•*'"*- Sports. R.MidaLi^ Se t k' : ' ""'*''"= ''^'"=^- ''•^^^ ^^•■ 

$2 per hr. Prerequ is i te,- i„„i ""''"^^ ^^° ^^' quarter: Private tutoring, 
-atement of W^^Ä. r^^a^l "::[:,?:; tV' = ""^"" ^^-'-^'•°- 

VAUCRESSON (Seine-et-Oise, To„n of 4. 270. Located southeast of Versa i , les 12 ,| 

West of Paris. »ersaiiles, I2miles 

ECOLE SECONDAIRE SUGER, Sente de I'Abbc Suger ä Vaucre,,. 

on a one-acre Campus. Ages 4-17. Facult o 2" T" ,":>' ^^ 8'^9. School. 
Kindergarten a nd Se^ «ch r„rri. 1 ^ °' ^'^- Dormitones. Library. 

RMi;;^T^lJi;;^iriS7r^^ L,ngu„es; English. Spanish. Art. „usic, 
Enrollment of W fL o;rr'^,7: ^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^-^ «ept. 20 - June 30. 

before June; Charactef^;.:: ;3.'' e.t'In::;.?:; ^'iTT^ *^^""*-" 
riage certificate of oarents; Un i f ^ "' Vaccination; Mar- 



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PRIVATE COFDUCATIONAL SCHCOLS IN THF PROVINCFS 

NICE (Alpes-Maritimes) City of 245.000. Resort on th» Rivier, near th ,* , 

..ocated 675 miles southeast ^^Z], "" '°^"'^- 

COURS MONTAIGNE. 31, avenue de laVictoire. ^ON s^CT -„v ,1. ,h s. 

Oay School for ,irls. Ages fi-17. Faculty o "?0 r '" '^''"' '"' ''°^'- 
?^^.-i.lY^c. Languages; Eng. ish, "1 tl, an "'musT";: s ^T' ''''^ 
tennis. R^uH^^essio^, sept. ,5 - June 30. Enron:;nt o^«!"' [Z^ 



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Session- Aug. I - Sept. 12). Fee^: Tuition. $62 - *92 per qu.rter; Tuition and 
tli7f^$307 oer quarter; Private tutorin,. $1 - $2 per lesson. Prex^m^i . 
rpn;ation before Sept. 1; Scholastlc record; State.ent of ,ooH conduct; Cert,- 
ficates of Birth and Vaccination. 

:-,TE-FOY-U-GRANDE (Gironde) Town of 3.U50. Located near 'o^^-""' '5°^;' '";"'"'" 

west of Paris on the Oordogne River in a reg.on of vineyards. 

ECOLE DE GÜYE.HE. ä Port Ste. Foy (Dordog.e). PROT l^i;^\2nyTU'°^ nllZ'^ 
Bay School for giris on a 10 acre campus. Äges 6-17. Faculty °^ '^• 
roL, Con,.una! dorms. tibrary, Laboratory, Auditor,«., igc^ic^^^^- 
Languages: Engl ish. Ger.an. Art, Painting. Ora.atic Art Mus.c, • --•• 

swiLing, tennis, horseback riding. Regulär sess.on; Sept. 20 ; J""« 30. E" 
ro Nent of 120. Fees: Tuition and board. «05 oer quarter; Pr.vate tutorng 
*| $ per hr. PrT^guis it es: Knowledge of French; Application before July 31. 
Last report Card; Statement of good behavior; References from the m,n,ster, 
teachers, and parents of our former pupils. 

Par SEH8 (Yonne) City of 19.000. Located 70 niles southeast of Paris near the junction 

of the Yonne and the Vanne Rivers. 
ECOLF THEODORE DE BEZE. Chateau de Paron. PRO,. Bdg. School on a 17 acre ca.pus. 
Age 6- 0. Double and triple roo.s, Con.unal dor.s. Library. Au-^ltor.u. 
nV. Seh curric. Languaoes: Elementary Engl ish and Gernan. Mus.c, P'^YS- Ed. 

q^U ;sso -' ep. 9 : June 30. Enroll.ent of 60. Fees; Tuition and boar . 
St SrlSr"- Private tutoring. $1.50 - $2 per lesson. Prerequis.tp : Knowl- 
Tf Fr:::: Application before Sept. ,; Last report "^^'^^-^^^j-Vr ,'"- 
health; Three character references concrning the ch,1d and n,s fan-.ly. Cert.f 
cates of 3irth and Vaccination. 

VEHCE (Alpes-Maritimes) Town of 6,280. Located 6 miles fro. the Hediterranean Sea near 
VENCE (Alpes »^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ .^^ cultivated flowers and orange groves; fre- 

quented by artlsts. 

j D^:i..e UHN <?FrT Dav and 3dq. School for boys, 
•iHVr.TUT.OHHOKTA.GHE, 6. '7^ f /" ^^ ° / ' L„a, dor.s. Sec^Sch, 

Oay school for g.rls Ages 6- 7- ^«^ ° '] ^, .^„„j^. ^..„Ur session: 
curric . Languages: Engl ish. Italian. Art. rnys. c .. ,_ -.„. TT^ 

^15 - June 30. Enroll.ent of IW. (Sjunner sess.on; Ju y 7 - «P*- J*'; 
Uli- Tuition. $56 - $75. board. *260 - $303 per quarter; Pr.vate tutor.g $2 - 
gr:/:: P'rereouisites ; Entrance e,a.ination; Scholastic -or- Jro. t,e pre- 
viou» school attended; State^nent of good behav.or; Cert.f.cate of B.rth. 




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ALPHAPFTICAL INDEX TO THE PRIVATE SCHOOLS 



American Community School . . . 

Association du Jardln d'Enfants de'j'o'N'll" ' 
L'Assomotion '•"•.'). . 

Assonntion-Institutlon du Parc 



(Seine) 



80UL0GNE 
PARIS XVIE . . 

. _ ,^,^ MONTPELLIER (HERAULr).' '. [ [ 

Les Avenjeres Bordeaux (Gironde) . . 

Clai refontaine cruseilles (Hautf . sÄvo i ' 

College Episcopal St. Etienne chamon i x- mont- rlanc (hm;--Ö 

College Lucle Serger. . . Strasbourg (Ba-b-Rhin) 

College de la Malqrange . ! ." Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin)." .' .' 

College de Normanale. ... JArville prfs nancy (mfkpthf 

College Saint Clement . cleres (Se i ne- ma i t s^p > 

College Saint Martin '"^^^^ (Moselle) . . 

College Stanislas . . .' ! Rennes ( i ll e- et. v, l a i nf ) .' 

College Stanislas . . ^"^e (Alp es- mar , t , mfs ) . 

College Sa inte-Th'^re'^e ^^^^^ ^'^ 



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leger (Seine- FT. Ol se) 



XVi I (E 

Bellay .'" ' faris xvie . 

Bernard Pallssv paris xive . 

Chantal ... boissy-st. 

Charles de Foucaild .* ^^^^^ ^^ ' ^ 

Charpentler . . neuilly (Seine) 

Oevlenne. ,,,['''''' ^^^'^ "e 

Cours Franpals. ..''*'* nice ( Alp es- mar i t imes ) . 

Cours Georges VIIIp neuilly (Seine) ' 

Cours d'Hulst paris xvie 

Cours d'Hulst ..' ! paris vme 

Cours Lacordaire." brunoy (Sf i ne- et- Oi s e ) .' .' 

Cours Maintenon ..." Charmes (Aisne) 

Cours Maintenon . .' .' Cannes ( Alp es-mar i t i mes ) . 

Cours Marceau tours ( i ndre- et. lo i re ) . 

Cours Martignac .' .' "^^ris xvie 

Cours Montaigne paris viie 

'' " ■ ■ "^ Y (Seine ) 

Alpes- Mar I T 1 mes ) . . 
Y (Se I NE) 

EN-LES-BAINS (Seine-et. 

S ( I LLE. et- Vi LA I NF ) . . . 

Cours Sainte-Seneviive."" ;"^""« Ai x-en- Provence (Bouches- du- Rhone ) 



v/ours "^lontaigne . . <^^ij 

Cours Montaigne . neuill 

Cours Marymount . .* '^"^^ <' 

Cours Notre-Dame. neuill' 

Cours Regina Pacis ENGHir 

^^^:j ^.'"^e cathorine'd; si^nne! ::::•• A^rc": 



Ol SE ) 



Cours Secondaire de Jeünes* Fl 1 ies de' ' * ' 

St. Honor'^ d'Eylau. . r,«r, 

Cours de la Terrasse. . . . ! ! ^^^ 

Cours Vauvenargues. . 



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Ver itas 

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Cours 
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Ecole 
Ecole 
Ecole 
Ecole 

Scole Mneiön .' .* par i S Vi i i e . . . 

Ecole Gerson. clermont- ferrand 

Fcole de Suyenne.' .'.';;;;; ca?mI/^" 

tcole d'Hulst ... sainte-foy-la-grande (Girondf) 

Ecole de 1' ImmacuHe-cinieot Ion, ' "Caöusou"" * TnnfnnQP^L ^^" ''^" ''' °' '' ' * ' 
Ecole Jeanne d'Albret v.=iu.jiou . . Toulouse (haute- Garonnf) . . . 

Ecole Jeanne d'Arc. . '. ^^^'^ ^^"^ 

Ecole La Rochefoucauld. .* ^I^LE (Norp) 

^cole Libre de Provence . f.^^'^ ^"' 

Ecole Ll'^re St. Francois Rpais Marseille (Bouchfs- nn- Rnont ^ . 

Ecole Libre Seconda I re St. ji|;oh ;:ontpellier (Heraul > 

L'Ecole en Marrhe . Josepn tournan- en- 9R i e (Sfi 

Fcole Massillon .'..': ^^^^^ ^^^"^ 

Ecole Masslllon ... ^^^'^ '^'^ 

Ecole du Montcel. . clermont- ferrand (Puy- de- Domf ) 

Sotre-Ome de 3ouliine JOUY- en- JOSAS (Sf i ne- et. o, sr ^ . 

Nouvelle Jean Cavaifle; .* ." .' «OulüGNE- 9 illancourt (Se.nei . 

Pascal btVRES (Se I NE- et. Ol sr ) . , 

des Roihis.* : : ; : ; i^in ^^«^ . . . ; 

Saint L'^on verneui L- SUR- avre (Euhe) . . . 

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Ecole 
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Ecole 
Ecole 



Ecole Rocroy 
Ecole "Oe La 



Tcole 
Ecole 
f^cole 
Ecole 



*^t. f-ringois 
'^aint-Senes . 
Saint Jean de 

Fcole Saint Jean 

Ecole St. 



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en-laye 
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BORDEAUX (GiRONOF) . 
VERSAILLES (Seine. ft 
, . j T. 4. PARIS XVlE 

EcolP ^r Joseph de Tivoli cauderan (G p,U' * ' 

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Ecole 
Ecole 
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Ecoie 
Ecou 
Ecoie 
Ecole 



St. Martin, .... 

Saint Thomas d'Aqum 

Sainte-3arbe. ^ 

Sainte-Genevieve. . ;';;•• 
Libre Secondaire du Sacre -Coeur 

^econdaire Sa .nt-Sul pice vaucresson 

Secondaire Su9er vAUüKt:5:>ur< 

Theodore de 3eze 



PONTOISE (Se INE- ET-OiSE) . . 

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TOULOUSE (Haute-Garonne). . 
VERSAILLES (Se i NE- ET- i SE ) . 
AIX- EN- PROVENCE (BouCHES-DU. 



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The Enq] ish School 
L'Erinitage. . . . 

Extarnat Jeanne d'Arc [ \ \ [ \ francSnville 

Fondation Suoer • • •. paris xvie 

Institut de f 'Assompt lon. . . - . . . PAKib avie 

Institut de Barral. . • • • 
Institut Blanche de Castille 

Institut Bonaoarte 

Institut du 3on Sauveur . . 
Institut de Chail lot. . . . 
Institut de la Muette . . . 
Institut Hotre-Dame .... 
Institut Notre-Dame ... • - . pamto 

Institut Notre-Dame de 1a Compassion ponto 

Institut Notre-Dame des Champs 



(Se ine- et- Ol SE ) 
SENS (Yonne). .... 
(Se ine- et. Ol se) . 



Paris ANDRESY 

^ MAISONS LAFITTE (Seine 



SCEAUX (Seine). . . . 

(Sei NE- ET 

PARIS 

NEUILLY (Seine) .... 

N I CE ( Alp es-Mar 1 T iMES ) . 

PARIS XlE 

CHATOU (Sei NE- ET-Oi se) . 
PAR I S XV I E. . . . . . • 

PARIS XVIE. ...... 

EVREUX (Eure) 

MEUDON (Se INE- et-Oise). 
SE (Se INE- et-Oi se) 

PARIS VIE 

BOURGES (Cher) 



ET- I SE ) 
Ol SE ) . . 



|nstit«t Saint-Oominique • ■ ^l^^^JT^^s (Se.n^-et.marnO 

nstitut 5a int-txupery. ......«.• acwicrcc (Seine) 

Institut "'ainte-Aanes pIr Ixiie! . 

Institut Sainte cToti de paR ! J^^ 

!"J'I"^ wnndiirfdl'Min; ■:::::::: 1™ lMiNs-,s.,NE.ET.o,se) 

inc+iTiit Secondaire *ie "«on» ........ i*. „ . ▼ ii.ce\ 



Mons ATH IS- 
CANNES (Alpes-Maritimes) 
RENNES ( ILLE- ET- Vilaine) 
LILLE (Nord). ..... 

PARIS XVI IE 

SE ) . . . . 

E- ET- Ol se) 

ROUBAIX (Nord). .... 

PARIS IXe 

MARCO- EN-BAROEUL (NoRD) 
VENCE (Alpes-Mari T iMEs) 
BESANCON (Doubs). . . . 
SANNOIS (Seine- et- Oise) 
LILLE (Nord). . . . 

(Se » NE 



Institut Secondai re 
Institut Stanislas. • . . . • • 
Institution de l'Assomption . . 
Institution Blanche de Castille 

Institution Frilley cSmpiegne^oi 

Institution '^uynemer. etampes (Sein 

Institution Jeanne d Are ETAMPtb i:>ein 

Institution Jeanne d'Arc 

Institution La Bruyere. ••••••: 

Institution Libre de Marcq-en-Baroeul 
Institution Montaiane 

Institution Hotre-Dame 

Institution Notre-Oame. . . . . . • . 

Institution Notre-Oame de la Plaine 

Institution du Petit 

Institution Saint-Alyre . . 

Institution Saint Aspais. . 

Institution Saint Cliarles . 

Institution du Saint-Esprit 

Institution Saint-Je^n. . . 

Institution Saint Joseph. . 

Institution Saint-Joseph nancy 

Institution Saint Joseph. 



E T . 1 S E ) 



Vaf SUCY-EN-BRIE 

.... CLERMONT- FERRAND (Pu Y- DE- DqmE ) 
.... FONTAINEBLEAU (Se i NE- ET - MARNE ) 



Institution Sainte-Genevieve ^^^ux 

llillllü^lon i^!:!Kr!:-d; Chivi.nei WW canne 



Institution Sainte-Marie de 



( S E I N E - E T 

CHAUNY (AiSNE) 

BEAUVAIS (OiSE) 

BESANCON (DouBS) • • 

GAP (Hautes- Alpes) . ...... 

(MEURTHE- ET-MOSELLE) . . . 
SAINT- JEAN DE MAURlENNE (Savo(E) 
MEAUX (Se INE- et-Marne) 

VI ME 

S (Alp ES- Mar I T IMES ) . . . • 

j^evers Toulouse (hautf-Garonne) 



TOULOUSE (Haute-Garonne) 



chateaurou: 
LlSIEUX (Calvados). . . . 
MONTGERON (Se l NE - ET- l SE ) 
MATTAINCOURT (Vosges) . . 
SERVOZ (Haute- Savoi E) 



19 
16 
27 
19 
20 
16 
33 
3»^ 
31 
31 

7 
18 

4 

6v/ 

13 
28 

5 
29 
29 
11 

6 

7 

3 

9 
26 

5 

3 
29 
31 
21 
26 
ii 

18 
22 
31 

m 

3 
21* 
3«* 

8 

7 
I I 

7 
10 
23 
21 
20 
21 
II 
25 

12 
17 
9 
15 
15 




\''VV'\'': S^ill^rRoä' '"" "^-';"!- ; ; ; -^S^^^^MEUR^HErEVrMÖsEL^E) 13 

!"n?t!t;;tion 's^inKunöe'. :'. ! '. . chateauroux (inore) .? 

Institution Secondaire Notre-Oame 

La Maison des Enfants 

Maison Notre-Dame ^cnw^ x 

Les MoiniMons ' ' sjrasbouRg" (Bas- Rhin) 



Hotre-Dame 



DIJON (Cotes-d'Or) 



12 
32 
12 
27 
15 
10 



Hotre-Dame des Anqes ;;;;;; Sontpellier (hepau^t) «J 

Hotre-Dame des Anges paris xvie .S 

Hotre-Dame des Ofseaux saints (Sf ine- et.marne) f 



Le Paraclet 



SAINT! 

honfleur 



(Calvados ) 



«4 
I I 



Pensionnat Notre-Oame rretiGNY- SUR- ORGE (Sei ne- et- Oi se ) . . «g 

Pensionnat de pssy RnNOUES (Noro) «S 

PensionnaJ -".Sacre-Coeur ........ • • X" %u»l et- Lo,« > . " 

Pensionnat Sa int-|'ierre . ccptfihl (Sf ine- ft. Oi se '^ 

Petit Colleie de la Tournelle pAplI^iviE. . 30 



PetIte Ecole Nouvelle 

Salnt-Aspa is 

Saint-Bernard-des -AI oes 

Sainte-Croix des Neiges ••'•;;;;... collonges-souS- saleve 

Sem I na ire Advent IS ts .... st.germa in- en- laye (S_ 

Shape Villaqe School meudon (Se ine- et- Oi sf ) 



PARIS XVIE 

MELUN (Se I NE- et-Marne ) • 

ST. GERVAIS- LES- BA INS (Haute - Savo i E ) 

ABONDANCE (H AUT E- Sa vo I E ) . • • * ' * 

(haute Savoie) 

E INE- E T-Ol SE ) . 



La Source 
Les Verrieres 



PONTIGNY- L 'ABBAYE (Yonne) 



2i; 
27 
20 
22 
30 
32 
26 



I 



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MAP OF FRANCE BY DEPARTMENTS 



9 




LA PETITE ECOLE NOUVELLE 

123, Boul. Exelmans, PARIS 16^ . Tel. : JAS. 07 86 



EXTERNAT 



DEMI-PENSION 



Classes mixtes : JE. - 11^ 



10^ 



9^ et 5^ - 2^ - 1 



re 




FONDATION "-'^^^'^ ^^^ "^^ ^'^n Jardln d'Enfants cree en 

■ 1946, rue Chardon-Lagache, d'ou son nom 

de '"Petite Ecole '^ 

Elle grandit rapidement et essaima ä Sevres en 1954 sous la forme 
d'une filiale : " L'Ecole Nouvelle Jean Cavailles ''. 

Les deux maisons, bien que distinctes se completent et fonctionnent 
dans le meme esprit, sous la meme direction generale. 




ESPRIT '-'^^^'^ ^^^ "i'x^e • foutefois, les gargons ne 

sont acceptes en 3^, 2^ h»', qu'en tres petit 

nombre et seulement s'ils sont juges aptes ä profiter des bienfaits 
de Teducation mixte. 

L'Ecole est catholique d'esprit, mais non confessionnelle et ouverte 
aux enfants de toutes les religions. 

Si eile a l'ambition de former des bacheliers possedant rlgoureu- 
sement les programmes sur lesquels lls auront un jour ä etre 
examines, avant de pouvoir choisir une orientation, eile voudrait 
en meme temps former de futurs humanistes, imbus de cette 
culture qui leur donnera. peut-etre, un jour. par delä les diplomes 
et l'exerclce de leur profession, les plus exquises joies de Ig vie. 



R Ff IMF ^^ niveau des etudes est aussi eleve que celui 

des meilleures ecoles traditionnelles. 

DES ETUDES 

Les classes comprennent une vingtaine d'eleves. 

A la sortie de 9% les eleves peuvent aller ä l'Ecole Jean Cavailles. 
A la fin de la B"", les eleves peuvent se presenter au B. E. P. C. 
Les langues Vivantes assurees par TEcole sont l'anglais et Tespagnol. 
Le latin et Tallemand sont en Supplement, selon le nombre d'eleves. 




HORAIRE DE LA JOURNEE 



Jardin d'enfants 



I2«" - I 1«' classes 



10^' - 9^' classes 



3e, 2«. r« cl. : 



9h ä 12 h 

14 h 30 ä 17 h 

8 h 45 ä 12 h 

14 h 30 ä 17 h 

8 h 30 ä 12 h 

14 h 30 ä 17 h 

9h ä 12 h 

(queiquefois 8 li-12 h) 

14 h ä 17 h 



II n'y a pas de classe le jeudi, ni Tapres-midi du samedi. 

Le jeudi matln, les eleves de 3\ 2^. 1"^^ peuvent avoir une 
composition. 

Le repas de midi peut etre pris ä l'Ecole pour ceux qui habitent 
trop loin. 




tCl* IMPCOM 0*uT(uH(.K«'fl>l«(-au(a>N.>*t 



L'ECOLE EN MARCHE 

103, avenue des Ternes - PARIS-IZ^ 




Telephon 



ETOile 3936 



Classes de Rattrapage (Filles et Gar? ons) 

EXTERNAT — DEMI-PENSION 



FONDATION 

L'Ecole a ete creee en Octobre 1954. 

Nous avons ete amenes ä ouvrir cette ecole pour recevoir les enfants 
qui ne pouvaient suivre Je rythme normal de nos classes de Ja Petite EcoJe 
NouveJJe, 123, bouJevard ExeJmans ou de J'EcoJe NouvelJe Jean CavaiJJes a 

ESPRIT 

L'ecoJe est dinspiration catJioJique, mais non confessionnelJe et 
ouverte aux enfants de toutes Jes reJigions. 

^ IVnf V^'^"' "'' ''^"' "^^ l'education nouveJJe : donner toutes ses cJiances 
a J enfan , centrer son interet, Jui faire acquerir Ja confiance en soi et Je goüt 
du travaiJ bien fait. ^ 




B U T 

o..n, . ^'P'"""' ^'' ^"^^"^^ inteJJigents. mais noyds pour une raison psyclio. 
|Ogique ou pedagogique dans des classes trop nombreuses 

vers äeMTJ' '"^ ^T^" ^''"'" "' "^^ P"'" ^"^ ^" ^^^^^^ ^«"^ ^" '"^^^he 
vers des classes normaJes. 

D^s qu-un ^l^ve a combl^ ses lacunes, .1 passe, soit dans un groupe 
superieur. so.t dam une autre ecole publique ou privee. 

M O Y E N S 

d infer.oritd en le faisant vivre dans un climat de Sympathie 

Le professeur n'est pas la pour ^pier ses moindres defaillances et saisir 
les occasions d .mposer son autorit^. II est le conseiller, lami, celu. ä qui Ion 
necraintpasd'avouerquel'onn'apascompris. qu' ■ on 

m.lrr, ^^ ""' "^ ^T "'' '^'" ''"" "''' ^'' P=" ''« "i'ctions, mais l'art du 
maitre ne consiste.t-il pas ä savoir s'cn passer ? 



Peu d'enfants par classe (de 8 ä 18 environ). Le professeur peut se pen- 
cher sur chacun et ne rien Jaisser passer qui ne soit compris. 

Cette formule est bien superieure ä celJe de la Je^on particuJiere oü ij 
n y a ni emuJation, ni camaraderie de classe, ni enseignement vivant. 

PREMIER OBJECTIF 

Que l'enfant vienne de bon coeur ä I'ecole, qu'il aime ce cadre de 
travaiJ, qu'ii acquidre le goüt de Tordre, de la proprete dans la presentation des 
devoirs, qualites qui lui permettront de devenir ou redevenir fier de lui et 
confiant dans Teffort. 

REGIME DES ETUDES 

Independamment des classes de rattrapage, nous avons cree ä l'Ecole 
en Marche un Jardin d'Enfants particulierement bien expose. II est ouvert vers 
9 heures et 14 heures. Se renseigner au Secretariat. 

Pour le rattrapage, sont ouvertes actuellement les classes de 10^ 9" 
8^ 7e, C. E. P. ' ' 

L'ecole re^oit (apres examen) gar^ons et filles qui n'ont pas de reel 
retard de developpement et qui ont des po>sibilites d'attention süffisantes pour 
pouvoir profiter d une veritable vie scolaire. 

A la sortie de 7% les eleves qui ont encore besoin d'une psycho-pedago- 
gie peuvent etre admis dans nos classes secondaires de rattrapage. Se renseigner 
au Secretariat. 

Nous prenons aussi les enfants etrangers qui ont besoin d^etre mis au 
niveau des classes fran^aises. 

En general, deux annees sont necessaires pour le rattrapage. Quelque- 
fois, l'Ecole en Marche est ä preconiser pour plusieurs annees. 

HORAIRE DE LA JOURNEE 

Les entrees sont echelonnees classe pai classe. 

Le matin entre S h W et 9 h 

L'apres-midi entre 14 h et 14 h 30 

Sorties de nieme entre 11 h 45 et 12 h 15 

et entre 16 h 50 et 17 h 

Pas de classe le jeudi toute la journde et le samedi apres-midi. 

l.ts autres jours, le dejeuner peut etre pr.s a l'ecole. Menüs soignes. 

Notre Premier but ^tant de 'rattraper^ les enfants qui nous sont 
confi^s, la premidre place est donnee aux matieres pnncipales : lecture, ^criture 
fran^ais, calcul, ' ' 

Centres d'int^rdt, ^ducation physique, travaux manuels, activitds 
libres ne sont pas n^gliges pour autant. 

Les professeurs donnent peu de travail ecrit a la maison, mais des 
le^ons auxquelles nous attachons beaucoup d'importance. 

• Cl» IWR COM O'AUTtUIL. f.* Pititni ■•U(NIN-IM 






ECOLE NOUVELLE JEAN CAVAILLES 

69, Rue de Brancas - SEVRES (S.-S-O) - Ul : OBS. 03-99 



EXTERNAT — DEMI-PENSION 

Classes mixtes du Jardin d'Enfants ä la 4^ comprise 



Directrice : Madame MANIER 

RECOIT SUR RENDEZ-VOUS 




FONDATION L'EcoJc a ete creee en Octobre 1954 

Elle est nee de la Petite Ecole Nouvelle, 

123, boulevard Exelmans, ä Paris. Elle porte le nom de 
Jean Cavailles, universitaire, heros de la Resistance, mort 
en deportation. 



ESPRIT L'Ecole est mixte. — Elle est catholique 

d'esprit, mais non confessionnelle et 
ouverte aux enfants de toutes les religions. 

L'esprit est celui de Teducation nouvelle : interesser Tenfant, 
lui donner la possibilit^ d'observer, de refiechir, de juger 
sur pi^ces, Tentrainer ä un effort progressiv 

REGIME ^^ niveau des etudes est aussi el^ve que 
nrr ETiinrc celui des meilleures ^coles traditionnelles. 
Les classes comprennent 25 ä 30 el^ves 

En 4*^ le latin est facultatif et les lefons sont payees en 
Supplement. La seconde langue est Tespagnol ; il y a possi- 
bilite de remplacer Tespagnol par Tallemand en le^ons 
particulidres. 



HORAIRE DE lA JOÜRNEE 



J. E. ■ 72' . IP . 10' - 9« 

9 h ä 12 h 15 et 14 h 15 ä 16 30 
8^ - 'r 

8 h 30 ä 12 h 15 et 14 h ä 16 h 45 

8 h 30 ä 12 h 15 et 14 h ä 16 h 15 

Le repas de midi peut etre pris ä l'ecole : menus soignes, 
sieste pour Jes petits, pJein air pour les grands. 

II n'y a pas de classe le jeudi toute Ja journee, sauf pojr les 
eJeves latinistes de 4" qui ont cours de 8 h 45 ä 10 h 45 ä la 
Petite Ecole Nouvelle, 123, boulevard Exelmans. Aucun 
cours le samedi apres-midi pour aucune classe. 

Un car assure le ramassage des enfants habitant Paris 
Se renseigner en telephonant au Secretariat. 





M.IA iitn COM. »'«uTiuiL. t.« pitiiat - oulHiN - >•• 



»' 



ECOLE EN I-'IARCHE 
103, Avenue des Ternes 
Pi\RIS-17e 



TARIFS de l'Am\EE 1963 - 64 





KlAIS TRII-ESTRIELS 5^^22^155 

X - Gl. de. lOeme 510 F, ho^^ t^h^i^ZZ^ 

-Cl.de 9eme 534 F. 

> -Cl.de 8eme 546 F. Lcul Ät >vt^V /l^ 

- Cl. de 7eme 576 F. 

- Cl. de 6eme 636 F. 

-Cl.de 5enie ...c 672 F. 

- C.E.P. 696 F. 

-Cl.de 4eme 708 F. 

A partir de cette arinee, les frais de scolarite couvriront tous les frais 
annexes (examen medical, assurances, joLirnal CLAIR-MTIN, tests, etc..) 

En 6e, 5e et 4e, les cours de latin restent en Supplement. Le prix varie 
suivant le nombre d'eleves. Une note sera envoyee aux parents a ce sujet, en Octobre. 

Tout trimestre coramence est du en entier. En cas d^absence complete durant 
un trimestre, nous dernandons le montant de la demi-scolarite . 

ETÜDE (facultative) : L'etude du soir est dirigee par les professeurs eux-m^raes. 

Elle est payable au niois ou au trimestre, mÄis le prix est 
etabli au trimestre quelle que soit la longueur de celui-ci. Frendre les inscrip- 
tions au Secretariat. 

- Cl. de lOe, 9e, 8e, 7e 150 F. 

- Cl. de 6e, 5e 200 F. 

- Cl. de 4e ..." 250 F. 

CAIITINE : Po\ir l'annee scolaire 900 F. payables en 3 trimestres de 

300 F. 

Les cartes de cantine sont etablies contre versement en especes au debut 
de chaque trimestre. S* adresser au Secretariat. 

Une reduction de 10 ^ pour 2 cartes ) ^^^ ^^ . ^^, ^^,^ ^^^ ^^^ . ^ ^^ ^^^^.^^ ^ 
" " 15 Jo pour 5 cartes ) 

./ ... 



AVMCE SUR SCOIii\RITE : Une avance de 150 F. est deicandee aux f amilies au moment .jj^ 

. ^^ l^inscription de l'eleve, 

Les parents ne versent cette somrne que s»ils sont decides a nous confier 
1 ' enf ant . 

Elle n'est remboiirsee qu'en cas de maladie qui empecherait 1' enf ant de^ 
rentrer comme prevu, ou de changemeiit de domicile ciui obligerait les parents a 
l*inscrire dans une autre ecole. 

Elle vient en deduction de la note du dernier triraestre de l^annee suirante 
(Avril-Juin 1964) . 



MODE DE PAIEMBNT r 



II est instamnient demande au:c parents de regier les frais 
trimestriels de scolarite avant le 15 des mois d»Octobre - 



Janvier - Avril, de proference en especes ou au compte C.P. (Monsieur MNIER, 
9 214-85, 123, Bd. Exelraans, Paris- 16e). 

Ce reglement peut etre remis aux Secretaires des differentes ecoles (priere 
de bien vouloir leur presenter, dans la mesura du possible, la facture regue) . 

Les f amilies qui le desircnt -jeuvent s'entendre avec Madame de ROQUEPSUIL 
- GAL. 36-17 - pour regier mensue Herne nt« 



REGLEI'IENT AlWICIPE - Entre le 15 juin et le 15 septembre, le reglement anticipe 
— . ^^^ trois trimestres. a venir donne droit a une reduction de 

6 %■> sur la sommo due. 

En cas de depart en cours d'annee, 1' Ecole rembourso le reglement anticipe 
au prorata du teraps passe par l^eleve a 1^ Ecole. 






Cours VAUVENARG-UES, 63, rue Ampere 

- on pense qu*il y aura un decalage de classe pour 
les enf ants , etant donne qu'elles parlent tres peu 
le frangais, 

- pour la classe de lOeme 

le prix des cours est de 270 ?• par trimestre 

- pour la classe de 8eme 

le prix des cours est de 320 F. par trimestre 

- le prix de demi-pension (repas de midi) est de 

270 F.. par trimestre 

Si l'enfant ne prend qu*un ou deux repas pas se- 
maine , il est alors compte 6 Prs par repas.. 




Ecole JEANN^ D» ALBRET, 52 Av. de la Grande Armee ( et non rue 

Denis Poisson ) 

- le prix pour la classe de lOeme 

prix des cours pour le trimestre : 270 Prs 



pour la classe de 7eme ou de 8eme : 
le prix des cours par trimestre 



310 F.. 



le prix de demi pension ( 4 repas par semaine, car 

les enfants ne dejeunent pas a l'ecole le jeudi, 
ni le samedi ) 

: 270 P. par trimestre. 

- Cette ^cole vous a dejä ^crit directement 
en vous donnant tous les renseignements.. 



ECOLE EN MARCHE, Avenue des Ternes : 



n* existe pas. 





PRACTICAL CLASSES IN FRENCH 

(Grammar, Vocabulary, Essay-Writing, Text, Explanation, Conversation) 



There are 5 Classes : (1) Elementary Beginners ; (2) Advanced 
Beginners ; (3) Lower Intermediate ; (4) Upper Intermediate ; (5) Ad- 
vanced. 




TIme-tables and Fees : 

From To Monthly Fee 

8.45-10.30 ) 
10.15-12.30 ^_ ^^ 

14.15-16. ( NF 46 

16.15-18. ) 

18. -19.45 i 

19.45 - 21.30 \ NF 39 

12.30-14. I NF 34 

{The fees quoted are siibject to be raised) 

There are special rates for Teachers and Missionaries. 

A certificate stating that they have been admitted to the Practica! 
School will be delivered to all students, on application, to enable thera 
to obtain French currency. 





ADDITIONAL COURSES 



FRENCH CIVILIZATION COURSES. (History, Geography, GlassT 
al and Contemporary Literature, Elements of French Law, Oral Work 
nd Gomposition). 

NF 46 per month. 

TEACHERS' TRAINING COURSE, leading to the « Brevet (l'aptitudc 
ä rcnseignement du fran9ais hors de F'rance ». 

This class is held daily at about 19 h. (See special Icailct). 

Registration fee : NF 46 per month. 

SPECIAL CONVERSATION CROUPS : NF 16 per month. 

TUITION COURSE LEADING TO THE DIPLOMA OF TRANSLATORSHIP 
IN FRENCH : NF 46 per month. 

TRANSLATION CLASSES : NF 16 per month. 

CLASSES IN COMMERCIAL FRENCH : NF 16 per month (intended 
for students preparing for the « Certificat d'Etudes Commcrciales en 
langue fran^aise >). 



4 



In the New Ailiance Fran^aise Building (101, Boulevard Raspail, 
Paris, VI*) you will find : 

1° Excellent tuition, affective and reliable teaching methods 
and a highly experienced Staff. 

2° Pleasant accommodation (125 comfortable rooms) (from 
20 years of age). 

3° Goody reasonably-priced meals (restaurant and bar : meals 
NF 3,25). 

4° A pleasant homely atmosphere, and numerous recreational 
facilities. 

5" Women students of 18 and over may like to take advantage of 
the special Service for « au pair » employment in French families 
(passport required). 

The Secretary's Office is open as follows : 
Monday to Friday : 8.45 to 19.30. 
Saturday : 9.30 to 12. 




The Practical School has one brauch in Paris (right bank) : 

Lycce Carnot (145, boulevard Maleshcrbes, 17'), evening courses 
NF 39 per month. 



N. B. — We can prepare you for the Sorbonne examinations 
(1'^ grade) special to forcign students. 





EXAMINATIONS 

The academic year is divided into four terms, as follows : 

— Two ordinary Terms of 5 months each (September T' to .laiiua 
ry 31 " ; and February 1-*' to June 30"). 

— A Summer Term lasting 2 months (July 1"' to August 31"'). I 
details see special prospectus. 

— A Short Easter Course lasting about 12 days. 

Certificates and Diplomas. — A certificate showing evidence of 
attendance at Glasses for vvliich they have regislered will be supplied 
to all students upon application. 

The following DIPLOMAS are open to Students : 

1' Certi/icat de fran^ais parle I (on completing 3 months 

— Diplome de lungue franqaise \ in Class 4) 

— Diplome superieiir d'ötiides franqaises modernes. 

— Brevet d'aptitude ä l'enseignement du fron^nis hors de France. 

— Certificat d'Etudes Commerciales en langue franqaise. 

(Each of the above Diplomas bears the official stamp of the Minis- 
Iry of National Education). 

2" Diplome de traductenr commercial (approved and stamped by 
the Paris Chamber of Commerce). 

3* Certificat de Civilisation fran^aise. 




LECTURES TO WHICH STUDENTS OF OUR 
PRACTICAL SCHOOL ARE ADMITTED FREE 

PHONETICS COURSE : under the direction of M. P. Fonchi, Pro 
fessor at the Sorbonne, and Principal of the Institute of Phonetics. Assis 
tant : Mme Mercier. 

ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASSES, given by M. J. Hosotte, Agr^g^ 

'de rUniversite. 

COURSE ON TEXTUAL COMMENTARY. With written exercices. 

SERSES OF LECTURES ON FRENCH LITERATURE AND FRENCH 
CiVlUZATION, given by M. Max Gerard, Lecturer at the Institut d'Etu- 
des Politiques. 

SERIES OF LECTURES ON CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE : 

From Symbolism to Existentialism, given by M. Brueziere, Professor at 
the Frencii Teacher Training Department (Sorbonne), M. Georges Ler- 
minier, dramatic critic, and M. Max Gerard, Lecturer at the Institut 
d'Etudes Politiques. 

ADDITIONAL LECTURES ON TECHNICAL SUBJECTS AND ECO- 
NOMIC AFFAIRS. 

CONDUCTED TOURS IN PARIS, organized and led by M. Edmond 
KÜSS. 

« MONDAY NIGHT THEATRE », directed by M. Georges Ler- 
minier. 

These Monday evening theatre sessions, begun in November, 1947, 
are, in effect, a kind of Theatre-Club for foreign students, designed to 
introduce them to French Drama. The Club tries to keep abreast of 
new productions in Paris and stages the most interesting of them in 
our own theatre. 






I he Aliiance Hrangaise restaurant 



A ütuoent s room 



CINEMA (French films), plays, Students' club, folk-dancing and 
folk-song: recitals, Choral group, etc. 

Students may have their mail sent to : Poste restante, Paris 43 
(22, rue Littre). 



OUR PRACTICAL SCHOOL IS A MEETINQ-PLAC E 
FOR STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD 



All requests for Information or registration should be addressed 
to tlio Director of the Ecole Pratique (without mentioning any 
name). 

All money should be sent without any other mention to the 
Ailiance Franc^aise. 



Cahors, Coueslant. — 98.521 



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[(OLE PRDTIQUE n LOLLIONCE FRONCDISE 

DiRECTEUR HONORAiRE : M. Gaston Mauger 

DiRECTEUR : M. Maurice Bruiziere, agregi de VUniversiU 

101, boulevard Raspail, Paris-VP. — Tel. : BAU. 25-28 

Mitro : Notre-Dame-des-Champs ou Saint-Placide 

Autobus : 48, 58, 68, 82, 83, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96 




La MOINS CHERE des EcoBes fran^aises pour etrangers 
En rapports officiels avec rUNIVERSITE DE PARIS 

OUVERTE TOUTE L ANNEE 

(ä l'exception des vacances de Noel, du 23 decembre au 2 janvier) 



(COURS de PAQUES, COURS D'ETE) 




Laboratoire de Pho- 
n^tique, avec cabines in- 
sonoris^es, magnetophones, 
etc.. ; 

Projecteurs pour vues 
diapositives en coiileurs et 
pour Ulms fixes ; 

Electrophones pour 
disques de diction, d'arl 
dramatique, etc. ; 

Livres universellenient 
röput^s : Collection « Lan- 
[^ue et civilisation fran^ai- 
ses >, - Manuel de « P>an- 
cais commercial >, etc.. ; 

Cin^ma, Th^ätre, R^- 
citals de litt^rature. 




L'Alliance Fran^oise 



L'ETUDIANT DOIT SE PRESENTER 
AVEC SON PASSEPORT ET DEUX PHOTOS 



POUR LES LOISIRS DE NOS ELEVES 

ä travers Paris, dirig^es par 



CONFERENCES-PROMENADES 

M. Edmond Küss. 





« LUNDIS DRAMATIQUES DE L'ALLIANCE FRANOAISE », dirictes 
par Georges Lerminier. 

r.es « Lundis dramatiques » constituent, depuis novembre 1947, un 
veritable Club de Theatre destine aux etrangers. 

Tis ont pour objet d'initier les etudiants de l'Alliance ä l'art drama- 
tique fran^ais et suivent la saison theätrale parisienne, dont ils leur 
presentent les oeuvres les plus significatives. 

PARMI LES MANIFESTATIONS PRECEDENTES : 

Knock, avec Jules Romains ; — U Annonce faite ä Marie, avec Paul 

Claudel ; — Dom Juan, de Moliere, avec Louis Jouvet ; L'Etat de 

siege, de Camus, avec J.-L. Barrault ; — Port-Royal, de Montherlant ; 
— La Condition humaine, de Malraux ; — Histoire de rire, avec Armand 
Salacrou, etc. 





Le restaurant de rAlliance Frangaise 



Une chambre d'etudiant 



CINEMA (films fran^ais), representations dramatiques, club 
d'etudiants, fetes folkloriques, CHORALE, etc. 



Les Etudiants peuvent faire adresser leur coiirrier : Poste res- 
tante, PARIS 43 (22, rue Littre). 



L'ECOLE PRATIQUE EST V RAIM ENT LE FOYER 
DES ETUDIANTS DU MONDE ENTIER 

Toute demande de renseiqnement ou d'inscription doit etre adressee ä 

Monsieur le Directeur de l'Ecole Protique ^sons nom propre). 

Tout envoi de fonds doit etre odressö impersonnellement ö rAlliance Fronqoise. 



Juin 1962. 



Cahors, Coueslant. — 98.521 




THE ALLIANCE FRAM^AISE PRACTICAL SCHOOL 

DiRECTEUR HONORAiRE : M. Gaston Mauger 

DiRECTEUR : M. Maunce Brueziere agrege de V Universite 

101, boulevard Raspail, Paris-VP. — 2 el. : B AB. 25-2S 

Metro : Notre-Dame-des-Champs or Saint-Placide 

Omnibus : 48, 58, 68, 82, 83, 91, 92, 94, 95, 90 




The least expensive of all French schools f or f oreigners 
Under official affiliatlon to the üniversity of Paris 

OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND 

(except Christmas Holiday) 
(from the 23'" of December to the 2»" of January) 

(EASTERCOURSES. SUMMER COURSES) 

THE MOST UP'TO'OATE TEACHING METHODS 



Phonetics laboratory, 

with sound-proof cubicles, 
tape-recorders, etc.. ; 




Projectors for 

film - Strips, and 
transparencies ; 



slides, 
colour 



Sound - reproduction 
equipment for speech 
and drania-rccords ; 

Text - books, acknow- 
ledged as Standard works : 
the series « Langue et 
Civilisation fran^aises >, 
« A Commercial French 
Manual >, etc.. ; 

Cinema, theatre, pee- 
try and prose readings. 




Mliance Franqaise 



AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION, STUDENTS ARE 
REQU RED TO PRODUCE THEIR PASSPORT 

AND TWO PHOTOGRAPHS 



June 1962. 





DE 



MAISON 
L'ALLIANCE FRANCAISE 

101, Boulevard Raspail, Paris-Vl* 
Telephone : BAB. 25-28 



• * * 



ETUDIANTS ETRANGERS, 



* • * 




. r^'lT^i'J"' ''''^' '°'^' '' "°""'^ '^' '^^ '-- -emes de votre 

trovo.I LALLIANCE FRANCAISE vous offre, ä quelques centoines de 

TZs^Jr^^' '"'*" '' '' ^-^P— (econcr^le de tous les frois 




Les chambres les olus modernes, les plus confor- 
tables et les plus elegantes. 

— Le meilleur restaurant pour etudiants. 

— Un bar. 

— L atmosphere amicale de i'Alliance Fran^aise. 



Inscr.vez-vous en nous retournont lo flehe ci-jointe. Le nombre des 
chambres etont limite, elles seront ottribuees selon l'ordre des demondes 
Vous recevrez ulterieurement confirmation de votre admisslon 



125CHAHBRES 



pour etudiants des deux sexes. Ces chambres ont ete 
construites et meublees O'^ec un egal souci du confort le plus 
moderne et de Telegonce ironqa'ise : 

eau chaude et froide courante, 

installations sanitaires, 

douches, 

ascenseurs, 

chauffage central, 

mobilier specialement congu, 

air, lumiere, vue sur Paris, terrasses. 





RESTAURANT 



servant une nourrifure saine, abondanfe, variee. 



ATTENTION : 

Les chambres sont ottribuees : 

1" Par priorite aux professeurs et futurs professeurs de frangois, qui 
trouveront a l'Ecole Pratique de TAIIiance Frangalse tous les cours 
necessoires d leur perfectionnement. 

2° Uniquemenf aux efudionts de l'Ecole Pratique de rAllionce Fron- 
caise öges de 20 ans au moins, et dons l'ordre des demondes. 

PRIX DE PENSION 

La MAISON DE L'ALLIANCE FRANCAISE ne regelt que des PEN- 
SIONNAIRES COMPLETS, c'est-ä-dire desireux d'etre loges et nourris 
(trois repcs par jour). Le prix de Ic pension varie seien les chambres : 

Chambres simples : 420 NF. 

Chambres doubles : 320 NF. 

Ce prix comprend : 
logement, 
nourriture, 
chauffage, 

linge autre que linge personnel, 
Service. 

La Pension est payable d'avance le jour d'arnvee, et ensuite ou debut 
de choque mois. 





Pour tous autres renseignements, ecrire ö l'Alliance Froncoise, lOJ, 
boulevard Raspoil, ä Paris, 6*. 




DEMANDE D'INSCRIPTION 

pour une chambre ä lo « Moison de rAlliance Froncoise 




Nom 

(en lettres d'imprimerie) 



Prenom 



Date de naissance 



Nationalite Sex( 



Profession 



Adresse octuelle 



Etes-vous Professeur de Frangais ? 

Vous preparez-vous d etre Professeur de Franqais ? 

Beneficiez-vous pendont votre sejour en Fronce d'une bourse du gou- 

vernement frangais ? ou d'une bourse 

de votre gouvernement ? 

Quelles references pouvez-vous donner ? 

de vos professeurs ? 



de l'Alliance Frangaisc ? ... 
(si eile existe dans votre ville) 





ou toute autre reference d votre choix ? 
Date prevue pour votre arrivee 

d lo Maison de l'Alliance Frangaise 

Si vous etes actuellement etudiant d l'Ecole Pratique de Paris, quel 

est la date de votre inscripticn ? 

Duree prevue du sejour (minimum ; 1 mois) 

Voulez-vous une chambre d un lit ? 

Accepteriez-vous de partager votre chambre (chambre d 2 lits) ? . . . 



le 



Signature ; 



A detacher. A remplir et ä retourner : 101, bd Raspoil, PARIS, 6' 





EXTRAIT DU RtGLEMENT 



QUALITES 1I>KS RESIDENTS : Sculs peuvent etre recus dans les chanibres de la 
" Maison do rAlliaiice Fraiicaise » les pcrsonnes qui siiivent rcqulii'rement les cours 
VEcole Piatiqne de VAUkince Iramaise de Paris, et pour la düree de leur inscript 
Le loiataire d'une thanihre doit doiic OBLIGATOIUEMENT la quitter des qu'il a 
mine ses etudes ä IT^cole Pratique. 

Les chainbres iie re<;oivent que les adultes. Si quelques derogatioiis peuvent etre 
accordees par la Direction, 11 ne sera cependant Jamals accepte d'enfants. 

A'rnUHUTlON des CHAMURES : II existe des chanibres ä un 11t et des chanibres 
a deiix lits. Les etages 2, .'{ et 4 sont reserves aux homnies, les etages 5, (i, 7 e* 8 soiit 
reserves aux iemnies. Une Separation permanente existe entre les etages 2, 3, 4 et les 
<'tages .), ('), 7, 8. 

PRIX ET PAIEMENT : 11 n'est accepte que des PEXSIONNAIRES COMPLETS Les 
1 epas qui ne seraient pas pris au restaurant de l'Alliance Fran(;aise ne seront pas reni- 
t.üurses et ne peuvent etre non plus echanges. 

LE PAIEMENT DJ-: LA PENSION S'EIFECTUE TOUJOUIiS I)' AVANCE pour uu mols 
et le iiremier jour de chaque mols ; en meme temps sont regles les frais de telephone 
ainsi que les indemnites dues pour depredations afferant au mols pn'cedent. En cas 
darrivee dans le cours d'un mois, le paiement est effectue jusqu'ä la fln du mois. En 
cas de depart en cours de mois, le sejour est payc jusqu'au jour du depart indus. Le 
mois est divise en quatre semaines. 

Le sejour doit etre paye depuis le jour de la reservation, meme dans le cas d'une 
arrivee retardee, 

,.T""t ^■'■^"'*'"t ^oit prevenir de son depart 20 jours ä l'avance, faute de quoi la 
l>irection se reserve le droit de lui demander le paiement de sa pension pour 20 jours 
supplementaires (duree du preavis qu'il aurait du donuer). 

Faule de paiement ä l'avance du mois suivant, un resident deja installe devra quitter 
la chambre le jour-meme. 




Aiicun remboiirsement ne sera fait de In mensualite versee ä l'avance, meme si le 
resident abandonne sa chambre avant la date flxee par lui. 

DISCIPLINE : Afin de conserver h la Maison de l'Alliance Fran?aise son aspeet 
accueillant, et pour que le sejour en soit agreable ä tous, les residenls s'imposeront ä 
eux-memes la discipline indispensable : 

— Les repas sont ä horaires fixes. Les r<^sidents peuvent se rendre ä la salle 




au poi 
porte. 



nianger 

Petits dejeuners : de 7 h. 30 ä 8 h. 30 
Dejeuner : de 11 h. 30 ä 13 h. 30 

Uiner : de 18 h. 30 ä 20 h. 30 

— L'acci's des chambres, des conloirs, des escaliers est formellement interdit ä tot 
personne qui ne riside pas dans la Maison. Une autorisation speciale doit etre dem;' 
dee a la Direction et ne sera qu'exceptionnellement accordee. 

Tout resident qui quitte sa chambre doit la fermer ä clef. II doit laisser sa clef 
ortier en sortant de la Maison. I<ji aucun cas une clef ne doit etre laissee sur la 

— L'immeuble est separe en etages des homnies et etages des femmes. // EST FOR- 
MELLEMENT INTERDIT A UN IIOMME DE PENETRER DANS LES COULOIRS RESER- 

„f'5.^/ '\/;Y;l(i\'/;''*V. '-'^ KECIPROQIEMENT. TOUT CONTREVENANT S'EXPOSE A UN 
iihSVdl IMMEDIAi . 

MALADir: : i:ii eas de maladic, le resident doit prevenir le Directeur qui avertira le 
medecin attache ä la Maison. 

Je declare avoir lu cet extrait du regiement et je m'engage ä m'v conformer au cas 
ou j'obtiendrais une chambre dans la Maison de l'Alliance Fran^aise. 

Le Dirertenr : L'etiidiant : 

Roger tiOuzE. 

Lu et approuvö : 




Cahors, Imp. A. Coucslunt. - 98.008 



A le 

Siiinalnre 



I 




COURS VAUVSNARGUES 
63, ruG Anperc 
PARIS 



RE CLEMENT INTERIEUR 



S M M A I R E 




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DISCIPLII^. GENERALE 

ASSIDUITE 

EMCTITULE ET MOUVEBIENTS A L» INTERIEUR DE L' ETABLISSEMENT 

TENUE 

OBJETS PERDUS ET TROUVES - VOLS 

LEGRALATIONS 

ASSURANCS 

CARTES D'IDENTITE SCOLAIRES 

DEMI-PENSION 

REGIME DES COM"-. OSITIONS TRIMESTRIELLES ET MONTEE EN GL. SUPro . 

GARNE TS DE NOTES 

CAillERS DE TEXTES 

REC0I\.1PENSES 

SAN CT IONS 

BIBLIOTHEQUE 

RECEPTION DES FAMILLES 



L» attention doG Paronts cnt tout pr.rticulierGmoht 
attiröc sur loa tormoc de co REGLEMENT INTERIEUR appliquS danc 
l'Etp.blissGncnt ot auquel üg pourroht co röföror pour do 
nonbrcux rencoignomontG conccrnant l'öducation et 1' onGoignomont 
aa Cours Vauvonargucs. 




REGLET.IEIIT INTERIEUR 



# 1') 




DISCIPLINE GENERALE 

II oöt formcllGmcnt 'intcrdit aux oxtornoß commo aux 
domi-ponsionnairos de Gortir du Coars cntro dcux olassoG ou de 
quittcr l'Eta"blis3omcnt avant la fin cIog claGcos do la dcmi- 
journee. 

L'omploi.du tompG comnunique aux familloG doit otro 
GoignouGcrriGnt contröle par gIIgg. La prcGGnoc h touG Igg courG, 
a touicG Igg activitec dlrigÖGG, a toutGG Igg conipoGitiono , GGt 
obligatoirG« • ^ . 

Aacunc diGpcriGG nc pout ctre accordee. SguIgg, Igg 
G(5ancGG de piGcino Gont facuitatiVGG , maiG l'Education PhyGiqUG 
GGt o"blip:atoire. 



20) ASSIDUITE 



Aucun ^leve ne pcut G'aTDGGnter du coupg G-^ns qUG Ga 
j, au prealalolG, cn ait .avice parecrit M. Ic CcriGGuro 



Gt 



famillG, au preaiaDXG, cn aiT .aviGe p; 

De toute maniereG, l'eleve abccnt, n'oGt readmiG 
quo muni d'un "billet d'aloGcncc ecrit äc la main deG parentG 
3lßn6 par l'un d'oux. 

Toute alDGcnce non jUGtifieo Gera Ganction ^e. 

En caG d'abGence pour maladic contagieuGG, l^^levc ne 
peut revGnir gii claGGe quc Gur preGontation dUm ccrtificat 
m^dical attGGtant Ga non conta^ion ot aproG avoir roGgocte Igg 
delaiG iGgaux d»eviotion (Arroto MiniGtericl du 1^ Aout 1938). 

LcG cong^G l^^gaux Gont i'ixÖG au delDut de chaquc 
trimoGtro. Log elevoG ne doivent paG G'alDGcnter avant la dato 
fixöe of f iciollomont , ni rontror cn retard Gur la rontr^-So 
obliga toire » • 

Lg ConGGÜ de ClasGO a döcido : ' • 

- do prononcor l'GxcluGion temporairc do tout elevo qui, canG 
demandcr une autoriGaticn au pr^alable, avancerait 3on depart 
ou retarderait Gon retour. 

- D^exiger un certificat niddical de tout oleve qui, au retour de 
vaoanoeG prötendrait etre tom"be malade la veille de 3QB vacancoG. 

3°) EXAGTITUDE ET BiOUVEMENTS A L» INTERIEUR DE L» ETABLISSEMENT 




Lv"^^ 



i\jij 



leurG onf 
l'heure a 



parentG Gont- inGtamnent 
antG partent a tempG de chez 
u courG. 
Toutefois, il eot interdit 
raent pluG de dix ninutoG avant l^iour 

Aux heuroG de rontreoG, de 



• 1 



pri(§G de veiller a oe quo 
, afin d'arriver a 



eux 



IcG jeuno 
Ig hall d 

tardive d 
ot perd a 
doG Ganct 



d'arriver danG l'EtabliGGe- 
e^d'entr^c en clacGO. 
memo qu'aux röcr^ationG, 
G fillcG dcG claGcec GCcondail7eG doivent go grouper dans 

anc' la cour. 

re dörange par l'arrivöe 
cGt dono refuGC en claGGC 
Une recidive cntrainora 



'cntroG ot loG jeunoG gcno^d 
Un oour conr.ionce ne peut et 
'un ^leve. Tout retardatalre 
inci Ic "bönöfice de Gon cour 
icnG . 



G. 



Log parcntG dcG elevos des clasc:oG Elcmcnt-iroG sont 
inGtp.nr.icnt pricG de vonir chcrohor IcurG cnfp.ntG a l^hcuro 
oxaoto du la Gortic afin d'övitor un Gtationnomont prolongö dans^n 






urvoillont., de 



l'ontrGG ot pcrmottro aux maitroG qui lo;: 
rcprcndrc Icur libcrte« 

Dgg l»arriVGG au Courc, loc gIcvgg dciVGiit dö rondrG 
.obligatoirernGnt dano la cour en attondant l'hGurq GxactG dG la 
rentrÖGo II Icur est IlTTERDIT de rjtationnGr Gur Ig trottoir ou 
d'attGndrG aux abords imr/iödiatG de l^EtabÜGGerDent . 

II cGt Ggalenent intordit de xrourir d-nG Igg couloirG 
ot Igg oGcalierG, dG rnontor aux etagGG, goug quGlque protextG qug 
CO Goit, ou do penetror daiiG uno olaGGO Gi^.iiG y ctro aocompagnö 
par un profGGGCuro 

Tout 61evG surpris gguI ot GanG notif valablo, danG uno 
clasGO, un couloir ou un oGcalior Gora l'objot dUmo Ganction 
pouvant aller jucqu'au renvoi. 



4^ ) TEITOE 



Log parentG doivent voiller a la bonne tenue doG t31ev3c 
et .l'oxterieur de 1 »EtabliGGomont , loquel n^onoourt auounc roGpon- 
GabÜi^itö pour tout acto commiGon dohorG doG batinontG GColairoG, 
maiG il gg röoervc lo droit do canotionnor touto lauto qui pcur- 
tait porter par ggg rcporcuGGionG , pröjudioo a la rcputation ot 
a la rnoralitö do l'Etablisüomcnt » 

En . particulior, il oGt intordit aux olevoG : 

- do Gtationnor, do jouer, Gur Igg trottoirs ni C'\nt3 
du möinc danG un rayon de 200 mctroG aux abordG do 
mont , 



la ruc, 
l'EtabÜGGO 




- do fumcr a l^intcriour do l'StabliGGonont cOianie aux alontourG 
imnediatG do oolui-ci, 

- d'introduire a l' Interieur do l'EtabliGGonent tout Journal, 
tractG, circulairos, livres non GColairoG, jouetG, bibelotG 
totnbons et, d*uno maniero gc'neralo, tout autro inateriol quo 
colui requis pour 1' onGoignoment . 

Des GanctionG gravos, en plus. de la confiGcation do 
cos objots, coront priGos contre tout (^levo no sc conforniant 
pas ä cotto regle. 



50) 



OBJETS PERDUS ET TROUVES - VOLS 






Tout elevo coupable d'un vol d'argcnt ou d'objot 
sora imm^diatoment oxolu du courG. 

Lgg paronts Gont prioG do no laiGGor aux onfants ni 
somnoG d^argv.nt, ni objets do valeur, dont la perto, la döt6- 
rioration ou lo vol ne peuvent etro pris en conGidöration par 
l^adrniniGtrabion do l'EtabliGGoment • 

Do memo, la Direction deoline toute roGponsabilito on 
CG qui ccncorne los bicyclcttoG, livros ou vetoments dötoriores. 

II est oxprosGÖnont intordit aux elovop des das 



b v^i L> 



sccondairos de jarnais rien laiseer danG los claGses apres Icur 
cour. Los objots trouvÖG dovront etro iiauiddiatement remis au ^^ 
Socrötariat . De graves sanctions sercnt prises contre los (C^leveJ^ 
coupablos d'avoir conservcj dos ob^ots no l^ur appartenant pas 




' ■•• ' 'Tout öchari,7o ontrc ölevoo et ci uiinimo Gcit-il, 

erjt forncllomcnt intorclit, 

60) DEG-RAMT IOITS • . . 

Tcuto dö.^'rada.tion, volontairc ou involontr^.iro 
ontramora Ic rornboursomcnt da ..lontant dcG roparatioiiG ou da 
romplacomünt de l'objct döt6riorc. 



70) ASSURAiICE 





■TT 

Lac ölcvcfj, taxit a l^intcricar de l'EtaloliGrjGmcnt quo 



dano Ipurc trajotL:; ontro Icar doMicilo et lo courG, Gont aGoaroG 
contrc loG accidentG et rioqucG de vio Gcolairo, par l'AGGarancc 
do l^EtabiiGGomont : "LA PARTICIPATION" , 10 ruc do LondroG. PARIS 

80) GART ES D^IDENTIT E SCO LAIRES 

Tout clevo roGcvra au dc'bat do l^annöo uno carte 
d'idontitü GColairo avoc photo imprimöo, Getto carte lui Gera 
utile aux oxanciiG et pour obtenir doG roductioriG danc diverG 
muGÖGG ou oxpoGitioiiG puTDliquo, 



:G • 



90) DEBn-PENSIOil 






Q 



. Lvjd olcvcG demi-ponGiomiairoG n'ont a apportor quo 

Icur Gorviotte, Lo rcc^lenent doG 'repaG go lait d 'avance.' Au 
döbut de chaquo moiG, le rnontant des ropaG du molc h vonir OGt 
^ ' facturö aux faiTiilloG . 31 Icg ropao de ja payoG, oxcedent ceux 
. cff ectiveraent prio, (pour cauGO de naladie ou abGiancoG jUGtifieoG) 
l'argent corroopondant oGt roporto Gur le moiG Guivant, döfal- 
quaut aiiiGi Ic nonbr^- do ropaGiion priG» Log ropaG non conGomrnoG 
nc sont jamaiG facturÖG, gI l'eleve a prövcnu le Gecr6tariat 
avant 9 h ouroG, ( GAR. 99-3?) 

Pour loG demi-penGionnairoG a titro terapcraire, Iog 
repac Goront reglÖG au Gocrotariat avant l-^-ur conGommation, lo! 
61evcc dovant on avicer la Gocrotaire lo niatin avant 9 houroG 
on arriyant . 

Afln d'6viter toute tontativo de fraude, Iog öIovcg 
domi-penGionnaircG" no pourront, goug aucun pr^toxtc ^ qulttor 1 
GourG ontro nidi >3t 14'heuroG. Log faniilioG Gont priöoG de re- 
mcttro pour la rontröe (21 SeptGn"bre)uno lettre, Gtipulant Iog 
jourc oxa-ctG oü Icuro onfantG. devront döjcunor au GourG, Tout 
dleve, autoriGÖ a no paG dcgounor un jour, ne pourra Gortir ä 
midi quo Gur prÖGontation d'uno lettre Gigndo doG parentc, l'y 
autorinant. 

10 ) REGII"tE DES COMlOSITIONS TRIM SST RIELLES ET MOIIT E E EU GL, SUPERIEURE 

Uno l'üiG par trimootre, a liou uno co^ipoGition dano 
chaouno doG matieruG du prograrame et l'onGorn'blc de cog cornpoGi- 
tioriG etlVavlG du GonGoil de GlaGGC, permottent de deterrniner 
le paaaage dcG öIovog danG Iog clasGeG GupiriouroG. 

Pour n'avoir pac a sulDir d^cxamon de paccago, tout 
olevo dcit avoir : 

- Uno moycnno do 10/20 cur l'onGemble dec compoGitionc dec 
troiG trimoGtroG, 



•*• aucanc noto de compocitioh clo doit otrc införicurc ci 5/20 




rcmp 

noto inforiouro c/ö/SO 

L' ordonnance doc oompoüitionG ocit romiGO aux olevcs 
et lo double, adroGcö aux familloG au döbut de chaque trimoctre. 

Co "tabloau doG oon.poGitionG" permot a l*(51eve do 
s^organiGcr porGonnollomont pour aGGurer gcg reviGionG indiGpon- 
GalDloG, GanG attondre lo dornier mcment pour y penGor, 

Reglement deo oompoGitionG : Toute fraude ou tontativc 
de fraude a uno conpoGition ou un oxarnon Gera Ganctionnee par 
l'oxcluGion temporaire do l'ölovo. £n oaG de r^cidive, l'oxcluGicn 
Gora definitive. 



11°) CARITETS de N OTES 

Chaque cleve regelt un carnet do notoG toutes Iog 
quinzainoG, le Gamodi a midi. Co carnet doit etre rapportö '• 
Gigne , le LULD I matin. 

TouF~cleve, n'ayant pac remiG Gon carnet de notoG lo 
lundi, ne Gera admdG en claGoo le jour Guivant quo muni de 3on 
carnet, faute de quoi il dcvra röntrer chez lui pour le chorchor, 
et do ce fait, pordra le "benefice d'un courG. 

Leo Paronto Gont prie de prendre connalGGance du 
Reglement imprime Gur le carnet de noteo et Gigner la premi&re 
page, aproG 1 cot uro. • 




12°) CSAHfCTJH.S do TEXTES 

Un oahiEip de 
los profosGOurG, oxiGt 
regelt avec gog fourni 
perGonncl GUr lequol i 
indicaticnG des maitre 



ou celui 






faire pour 



,:.- 



rationc, legonG, revi 

LcG famillv 
rdgulierement lo trava 
chaque jour le cahicr 

13°) RECOm'SNSES 



textoG 

danc 
tures d 

1 doit 
G, le t 
uno ola 
ionc, t 

ont ai 
il de 1 



do 



tcxtos 



, officiel, viGO reg 
chaque claGGO. En ou 
papeterie, un cahi 
inGcriro chaque jcur 
ravail effectuö dans 
GGo prochaine - { ex 
extoG doG devoirc, e 
nGi la poGGibilite d 
eure enfantG et Gont 
:le coux-ci. 



ulieromont par 
tro, tout cl&ve 
er de textec 

Golon lOG 

la journöc 
er^icoG, pr^Spa- 

contröier 
prioG do viGor 



Chaque hoIg, la rcScomnenGO attribuöc aux öleves, est 
l'inscription au Tableau d'Honneur, 

En fin d'anndo, Guivant le Palmares : un diplome 
spolaire menticnnant les prix et accecGitG. 




• 



14°) SANGT IONS 



a 

c 

d 



1° - Tout manquomcnt a la clicciplinG oot sanctionno 

par an dovoir GupplcmontairG. 

par uno rotcaiuo Ig jcudi apres-midi, dG 14 ci 19 hGurGS 

par un runvoi tGmporairG, 

par Ig PGnvoi dGfinitif 



2° - Pour traväil inGuffisant, tant dans Igg dovoirs 

quG dann lo travail porGGnriGl ( tcnuG doc eahlGrs 
proparations, oorri3GG, Gtcooo) ou dariG Igg iGgonc 
( notGG inGuffioantGG, InferiGurGG a 8/20) Ig 
anctiorxG sGrcnt Igg GUivantoG : 



•^ 9 
r? 



;G 



s 



A) OlasiGGG dG la 7en-ie a la SeniG conpriGG 




do 14,30 

Lg 
GU Igg 1 
doiVGnt 

Si 

apPGG CO 

^Da 
controlG 



tGnuG Ig'JEUDI QU Ig SAMELI, au choix dOG faniillGG, 
a 17,30 

s ölevGG, de-G iGur arriv69,Gont intGrrog^s Gur la, 
GgonG ayant obtenuGG dGG notGG incuf fiGantoG , ou 
proGontor lo dGVoir qui otait a rofairG. 

OG^travail GGt fait ou Igg logonG gugg, 1'gIcvg, 
ntrolG GGt liboro do GuitG. 

Ig caG contrairo, il dovra travaillor ot Gora 

toutoG Igg houroG 



nG 



Kf 



B) BaiggsGG dG la 4omG a la lero IncluG G 

Lgg ccnGignoG, GomlolablGG aux pröcödGntoG, ont liou Ig 
JEUDI obligatoiromont , do 14,30 a 17,30 

Si, a la fin de la rotonuG du jeudi Ig travail n^OGt^pac 
GatiGfaicant , il dovra otrc pourGuivi Ig Gamodi Guivant aux rnomoG 
hGuroG. Et Gi lo Gamedi Goir, Ig l^iÖGultat n'cGt pac acquiG, l'ö- 
Igvg Gora rcnvoyo do l^EtabllGGcmcnt pondant doux jourG. Uno rö- 
cidivG ontramera lo ronvoi dofinitif. 

Tout olevG concigno rcgoit Ig m.ardi GOir un bullotin 
dG^rotonuG qu'il dovra rapportor, Gignö doG parontG, on von-nt 
fairo Ga punition, a moinG quo la GonGirmc ait öto portdo Gur 
Ig cabmct do notoG. Dane co caG , Igg faKLlloG no rotovralont 
paG d^autro aviG. 

Auouno GxcuGO n^oGt admiGO pour ovitor ou rcmottro leo 
conGignos, sauf cn cac de maladie. Tout ölcvo, conGigno , nc go pro 
sontant paG , pour uno raison autro quo la rnaladio, Gera traduit 
devant Ig Concoil do DiGcipline qui prononcora lo ronvoi 
dofinitif. 

15° ) BIBLIOTHEQUE 




Une bibliothequG oGt a la dicpoGiticn des ölevos, oü 
il iGur GGt conGEille do prendrc au noins un livro par quinzaino. 
S'adrGGGor : pour Igg ol. ElornentairoG , au profosGOur de 7eme 

pour loG cl. SecondairoG, a M. le Consoul 



A 



16°) RECEl-TION DES PAMILLES 




DuP'^.nt l'annöe scolairo, lo Lircctour rogoit Ig 



3 



o • 



Paronts uniquonGnt sur rGnclos-you 

Si Igs famillGs dcsircnt rencontrGr un profcssGur cn 
particuliur, gIIos sont priÖGs de c^.GmandGr un rGndGz-vous, 
par l'intGrnödi-irc du Socrötariat . 

II Göt irxGtanncnt rGcommando aux famillos dos öIovcg 
d.Gö clasGGc; ElönGntairGs de no pas Gollicitor Igg profGSßGurs 
dG CGS claösoG aux hGuroG de sortiGS,. cgs dcrniarG dovant, 
pour la bonuG tonuG ßonerale, acGurGr iino cnrYGillancG strictG 
dG touG Igg clevG, 



O 



Lg3 ParontG Gont donc priGG, G^ils ori,t uhg dGmandG a 
foraulor, d'attondrG quc la sortiG doG claGGGG seit complctG- 
mcnt tGrninGG ou do prGndrG un rcndcz-vouG cn dGhorc dGS 
hcurGG soolairGS. 






fiCOLE JE ANNE D'ALBRET 

COURS MONOD 

52^ Avenue de la Grande Arm^e 

1, Rue Denis Poisson 

PARIS-XVIP 



ETOile 19-84 



SCHOOL FEES 

(Quarterly) 



I. — 



ORDINARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM 

Upper School Junior School 

Ist NF 7th 

2nd » 8th 

3rd » 9th 

4th » lOth 

5th » llth 

6th » 12th 



NF 



» 
» 
» 
» 



II. — 



III. 




IV. 



V. 

VI. 

VII. 
VIII. 

IX. 

X. 



EVENING PREPARATION WITH SUPERVISION : 

Junior School : From 16 h to 17 h 15 NF 

Upper School : From 17 h. 15 to 18 h 30 NF 

HALF BOARD : For NF 4 meals a week, including 

supervision and a walk in the Bois de Boulogne from 
13 h to 14 h. 

WALKS IN THE BOIS DE BOULOGNE WITH SUPERVISION : 

For half-day pupils : from 14 h to 16 h. 
4 days a week : NF 
2 days a week : NF 

ELOCUTION CLASSES : NF 

LESSONS IN DRAWING AND WATER-COLOUR PAINTING : 

NF (not including materials). 



PIANO LESSONS : NF 

lessons). 



an hour (preferably half-hour 



On 



LESSONS IN PHYSICAL CULTURE AND RIDING 

application to the Secretary's Office. 

INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS : (In and out of school) 

NF for one year. 

MEDICAL EXAMINATION : NF for one year. 



I. — ADMISSION : Pupils are requlred to produce the followirrg 
certificates : 

A birth certificate and a vaccination certificate (or a certificate 
of counter-indication dellvered by the family doctor). 

A certificate of attendance and a certificate of good conduct 
delivered by the Headmaster or the Headmistress of the last school 
attended by the pupil. 

ri. — DRESS AND BEHAVIOUR : Correctness in dress and 
behaviour are required both in and out of school, particularly in 
the vicinity of the School Building. It is forbidden to wait about 
or play on the pavement on leaving the School premises. 

Pupils in the Upper School are not allowed to wear trousers 
and make -up is strictiy forbidden. 

III. — ABSENGE FROM SCHOOL : A written note, dated and 
signed by the parents, must be sent to excuse even one hour's 
absence. Telephone messages must be confirmed by letter. After 
an absence of over one week on account of ill-health, a medical 
certificate must be produced when the pupil returns to school. 

IV. —SPORTS. ARTS. RECREATION : In addition to the regulär 
school curriculum, optional Courses are organised for pupils 
wishing to pursue their studies in the following subjects : 
Drawing, Water-colour painting, Elocution, Physical Culture, Piano, 
Riding. Special Courses in French are also arranged for foreign 
pupils not following the ordinary time-table. 

Payment for such lessons and for all school materials, is made 
separately, in cash, at the Secretary's Office. 

A Circular giving all particulars of the above activities is sent 
out in September to all pupils regularly enrolled in the School. 

V. — PRIVATE TUITION : Private lessons can be taken with 
Teachers of the School only after a written application has been 
made to the Headmistress. These lessons must be given in the 
School building and payment for the same be made directly at the 
Secretary's Office. 

VI. — HALF-BOARD : The quarterly cost of half-board covers 
4 days a week. The price of meals is refunded only when a pupil 
has been absent for one consecutive month. 

Half-boarders must bring a table napkin with envelope, to be 
marked with the pupil's initials. 






VII. — MODE OF PAYMENT : School fees and meals are payable 
in advance in three equal instalments at the beginning of each term 
as follows : 

1/3 October Ist; 1/3 Juanary Ist; 1/3 April Ist. 

Payment is due for each term in the fortnight following the 
reception of account or in the case of a monthly settlement (by 
special arrangement with the Headmistress), between the Ist and 
the 5th of each month. 

A reduction of 10 % - 15 % in school fees is granted when 
several brothers or sisters are enrolled at the same time. 

Payment can be made either by a crossed cheque to the Order 
of l'Ecole Jeanne d'Albret, or by transfer to Postal cheque : 
PARIS 37-38-48, or in cash at the Secretary's Office between 
9 h and 12 h and 14 h and 17 h except on Saturdays. 

Notice of the withdrawal of a pupil must be given by letter at 
least ONE MONTH before the beginning of a term, faillng which 
an indemnity equal to one month's school fees will be charged. 






ECOLE JEANNE D^ALBRET 

COURS MONOD 

52, Avenue de la Grande-Armee 

Entree : 1, Rue Denis Poisson 

PARIS-XVII^ 



Tel. : ETO. 19-84 



Annee 1963-1964 



TARIFS SCOLAIRES 



I. - DROIT ANNUEL D'INSCRIPTION : 50 F comprenant l'assu- 
rance sco aire et extra-scolaire, le carnet de notes, le cahier 
de texte, la visite medicale et les frais de secretariat. 
Ce droit est payable ä l'inscription ou ä la reinseription de 
tOüte eleve et reste acquis ä l'Ecole en cas de desistement. 



II. — 



• 



SCOLARITES (par trimestre) 
Classes Secondaires : 

1 re 

2' ... . . . . . . . . 

3^ 



46 

5' 
6* 



F. 

» 

» 

» 

» 

» 



460 
430 
410 
390 
380 
370 



Classes primaires 

7' 

8« * 

9« 

10« 

11« .' 

12« J.E 



F. 

» 

» 

» 

» 

» 



Humanitaires Fe- 
minines 



» 



440 



IM. — ETUDES DIRIGEES 



Section des Etran- 
geres » 

Classes primaires p. 

— de 16 heures ä 17 h. 15. 
Classes secondaires p. 

— de 17 h. 15 ä 18 h. 30 " 



IV. — 



310 
300 
280 
270 
250 
240 



450 
60 

70 



DEMI-PENSION : 270 F. pour 4 repas par semaine, compor- 
tant en plus la surveillance et une promenade au Bois de 
Boulogne, de 13 h. ä 14 h. 



V. — 



SORTIES ACCOMPAGNEES AU BOIS : Pour les classes ä 
mi-temps, de 14 h. ä 16 h. : 

4 jours par semaine F. 60 

2 jours par semaine » 30 



« • 



VI. — 



VM. — 



COURS DE DESSIN - AQUARELLE : F. 30 (non compris les 
fournitures necessaires ). 

LEgONS DE PIANO : F. 15,50 rheure ( legons donnees de 
preference par 1/2 heure). 



VMI. — COURS DE CULTURE PHYSIQUE ET D'EDUCATION : «^ur 
demande, au Secretariat. 



I. — 



REGLEMENT 

TENUE. — La bonne tenue des eleves qui est exigee ä Tinte- 
rieur du Cours, l'est aussi ä l'exterieur et en particulier aux 
alentours de l'Ecole oü les stationnements et les jeux sur le 
trottoir sont interdits apres les heures reglementaires de 
sortie. 



pas 



Pour la meme raison de bonne tenue, il ne sera 
tolere que les eleves des grandes classes se presentent au 
Cours maquillees ou en pantalon. 



11. — 



• 



III. 



ABSENCES. — Blies devront etre justifiees par un mot ecrit, 

date et signe par les parents, meme pour une seule heure 
d'absence. Les excuses par telephone devront etre confirmees 
par ecrit. Pour une absence de plus d'une semaine pour cause 
de maladie, l'eleve devra apporter un certificat medical ä son 
retour au Cours. 

SPORTS, ARTS ET LOISIRS. — Des cours facultatifs de dessin, 
d'aquarelle, de diction, de piano, sont prevus pour les eleves 
desireuses de se perfectionner. 

Des Cours de culture physique et d'equitation peuvent 
6tre donnes, soit au Stade, soit au manege. Le cours de gym- 
nastique est obligatoire pour les candidates au Baccalaureat 
jugees aptes. 

Tous ces cours, ainsi que toutes fournitures scolaires, se 
paient ä part, en especes, au Secretariat de l'Ecole. 



V. — LEgONS PARTICULIERES. — Une le^on particuliere ne pourra 
etre donnee ä une eleve par un Professeur de l'Etablissement, 

Sans que la famille ait envoye, au prealable, une autorisation 
ä la Direction. 

V. — LANGUES VIVANTES ET SCIENCES NATURELLES. — II est 

precise que, seules, sont enseignees dans nos classes. les 
langues anglaise, allemande et espagnole. L'italien et le russe 
ne sont donnes qu'en legons particulieres. 

II est de meme demande un Supplement de 30 F. pour 
l'enseignement des sciences naturelles des Sections M'. 

VI. — DEMI-PENSION. — II est precise que le prix du trimestre de 

demi-pension est caicule pour 4 jours par semaine. Le rem- 
boursement des repas n'est fait que si l'enfant est absent 
un mois de suite. 

Les eleves demi-pensionnaires apporteront leur couvert, 
une Serviette et un porte-serviette. Ces objets devront etre 
marques aux initiales de l'eleve. 

VII. — MODE DE PAIEMENT. — Les frais de scolarite et de demi- 
pension doivent etre payes ä Tavance, en trois trimestre 
egaux : un tiers le l'^'" octobre, un tiers le 2 janvier, un tiers 
le l^"" avril. Ces frais doivent etre regles pour chaque trimestre 
dans la quinzaine qui suit l'envoi du bordereau ou du ]" au 
5 de chaque mois en cas de reglement mensuel, apres entente 
avec la Direction. 

Une reduction de 10 % - 15 % est consentie sur l'externat 
de plusieurs frere ou soeur inscrits en meme temps. 

Les paiements peuvent etre faits soit par cheques ban- 
caire barre ä l'ordre de l'Ecole Jeanne d'Albret, soit par 
virement au compte de cheques postaux : PARIS 37-38-48, 
soit en especes au Secretariat de l'Ecole, de 9 heures ä 
12 heures et de 14 heures ä 17 heures, sauf le samedi. 

Tout trimestre commence est du, quelle que soit la 
cause de Tabsence de Teieve. 

La Direction doit etre avertie du depart d'un eleve, par 
lettre, au plus tard UN MOIS avant l'ouverture d'un trimestre, 
faute de quoi une indemnite egale ä un mois de scolarite 
sera reclamee. 

VIII. — RECEPTION. — La Directrice reqoit sur rendez-vous, pris la 
veille, les lundis, mercredis et vendredis apres-midi. 




TOURNEZ S. V. P. 



PIECES A PRODUIRE 
POUR L1NSCRIPTION DUNE ELEVE 




1° Une fiche d'Etat Civil et une Photographie. 

2° La feuille d'inscription fournie par TEcole, remplie et 
signee. 

3° Les certificats de vaccination legaux : variole - DDT (AB). 
4*» Un certificat de bonne conduite. 



5° Le dernier bulletin trimestriel de 1 el 



eve. 



6° Le droit d'inscription fixe de F. 50. 

(Ce droit reste acquis ä l'Ecole en cas de desistement, par le 
fait que la Direction s'engage ä reserver une place ä l'eleve.) 




IM». CH. CiLLIKIN, »*«!• I* - JA«. M-r« 




ECOLE JEANNE D ALBRET 

COURS MONOD 

52, Avenue de la Grande-Armee 
Entree : 1, Rue Denis Poisson 

PARIS-XVII^ 



Tel. : ETO. 19-84 



OCTOBRE 1963 



QUESTIONNAIRE DE RENTREE 



et 



INSCRIPTIONS 
aux Diverses Actiyit^s Sportiyes 

et Artistiques 




I — DEMI-PENSION : 4 repas par semalne les lundis, 
mardis, mercredls et vendredis comportant, en 
plus, une promenade au Bois de 13 h. ä 14 h. 

TARIF : F 270,00, le trimestre 

II — ETUDES DIRIGEES. 

Classes primaires : de 16 h. ä 17 h. 15 
TARIF : F 60,00 

Classes secondaires : de 17 h. 15 ä 18 h. 30 
TARIF : F 70,00 

III — SORTIES ACCOMPAGNEES. 

Reservees aux classes ä mi-temps, de 14 h. ä 16 h. 

4 fois ' par semaine : F 60,00 
2 jours par semaine : F 30,00 



rV — COURS DE DESSIN - AQUARELLE. 

Une heure par semaine : F 30,00 

V — LE?ONS DE PIANO. 

A Tecole, dans le cadre des horaires, par 
le Professeur de Musique, 
Mme Denise-Frangoise ROGi. 

TARIF : F 15,50 l'heure 
(Legons donnees de preference par demi-heure). 

VI — GYMNASTIQUE ET CULTURE PHYSIQUE. 

Une fois par semaine entre 9 h. et 12 h., pendant 
1 heure, au Stade de la Porte Maillot, sous la 
direction du Professeur d'Education Physique de 
TEcole. 

Inscription obligatoire aux eleves des classes 
d'Examens, lorsqu'elles sont jugees aptes ä lepreuve 
du Baccalaureat. 




VII — 



TARIF : F 50,00 

EQUITATION : Au manege, les samedis apres-midi, 
de 14 h. ä 16 h., au choix. 

Legons pour debutants et pour jeunes plus 
experimentes, sorties au Bois. 





BULLETIN 
ä retourner au Secretariat 



J'inscris ma fille : NOM Classe : 




( 1 ) — ä la demi-pension, 

— aux Etudes dingees, 

— aux Sorties accompagnees, 

— au cours de Dessin - Aquarelle, 

— aux legons de Piano, 

— aux cours de Gymnastique, 

— ä TEquitation. 



Signature : 



(1) Rayer ia mention inutile. 



ßCOLE JE ANNE D 'ALBRET 

COURS MONOD 

\, Avenue de la Grande Armde 

Entree : 1, Rue Denis-Poisson 

PARIS XVIP FFIIII I F 

ETOILE 19 84 




D'INSCRIPTION 



Nom et pr6nom usuel : 

Date et lieu de naissance : 



L'eleve sera-t-elle : Demi-pensionnaire Exte 

Assistera-t-elle aux Etudes dirigees du soir ? 



rne 



Dans quelle classe entrera-t-elle ? Section : Langues Vivantes : 1. 

2. 



AA 



Profession 



Adresse des Parents 



I 

f Dom ici le T6I . 




Adresse du Corres- i AA Profession 

pondant responsable < 

(si besoin) ( Domicile T6I. 



Feuille ä retour ner au Secretariat accompagnee du droit annuel 
d'inscription. R^ponse sera doiinee sous huitaine. 



(Dater et signer) 



, le 



, 196. 



Friere de r^pondre au questionnaire 
de la page suivante 



QUESTIONNAIRE 




La Directrice prie les parents de hien vouloir, dans Vinteret de leur 
enfant, repondre d'une maniere precise et avec des details suffisants 
aux questions suivantes : 



I 



Quel est le temperament de l'enfant ? 



Quel est l'etat de sa sante ? 



Y a-t-il des precautions ä prendre, des [ 
menagements ä garder au poInt de) 
vue du travail et des exercices physi- ) 
ques ? :' 



Doit-elle etre l'objet de soins particu- ( 
liers (myopie, surdite, mauvaise 



prononciatlon) ? 



Certificats de vaccination deposes. 



/ 



II 



Quels sont les traits saillants du carac- \ 
tere de l'enfant ? / 



Renseignements particuliers sur ses i 
qualites, ses defauts, ses tendances * 
bonnes ou mauvaises, etc.. ? f 



Quelles recompenses, quelles punitions ( 
paralssent produire sur eile le meil- J 



leur effet ? 





ü et comment Tenfant a-t-elle fait ses ( 
etudes ? 



W 



A-t-elle travaille regulierement et 
d'apres un programme ? 



Pour quelles matieres a-t-elle montre ( 
des dispositions particulieres ? 



/. 



Quels sont, chez eile, les points faibles ? 



A-t-elle de la memoire ? 



Est-elle observatrice, travallleuse ? 




Sur quels points la famille desire-t-elle 
appeler plus particulierement Tatten- f 
tion des professeurs ? 




La Directrice de VEcole Jeanne d'Alhret sera heureuse de 
recevoir les parents qui tiendront ä completer leurs renseigne- 
ments ecrits par des explications orales. Elle espere egalement 
quils voudront hien, dans le cours de l'annee scolaire, l'informer 
des incidents de la vie extra-scolaire de leur fille. 

La Directrice et les Professeurs pourront ainsi exercer plus 
facilement et plus sürement leur röle d'educateurs. 



NOTRE BUT 

Permettre aux eleves (meme les plus difficiles) d'assimiler les programmes scolaires en facilitant 
leurs etudes par un climat de confiance reciproque, une surveillance adroite et comprehensive, 
adaptee au temperament de chacun. 

Degager les parents de tous soucis et leur permettre de rester les meilleurs amis de leurs enfants 
en les degageant du role de gendarme. 



NOS METHODES 

A mi-chemin entre les mouvements d'avant-garde, qui en matiere d'education et d'enseignement 
comportent bien des risques, et l'enseignement tel qu on le concevait il y a vingt ans, condamn^ 
ä perir s'il ne s'adapte pas aux besoins de la jeunesse. 

JAMAIS PLUS DE 30 £L£VES PAR CLASSE. 

Un professeur ne peut s occuper efficacement que d'un nombre restreint d'eleves. 

Aucune de nos classes n'excede 30 eleves. De ce fait, les professeurs tiennent bien mieux leurs 
eleves en mains et les eleves eux-memes se sentent suivis. 

C'est Tessentiel pour creer un climat familial de confiance reciproque. II n'y a jamais de « laisses 
pour compte » — tous tr^^illent, Televe le plus brillant comme le moins dou6. 



:r^ail 





JAMAIS PLUS DE DEVOIRS A LA MAISON JUSQU'A LA 3*. 

Ceux-ci sont faits en classe sous la direction des professeurs eux-memes. 

En outre, il est prevu, pour chaque classe separement, une etude speciale de travail personnel et 
d'exercices, d'une duree maximum de I heure 30 pour chaque matiere principale. Ces etudes spe- 
ciales seront assurees par les memes professeurs toute Tannee. 

L'enfant n'a donc plus qu'ä parfaire chez lui le travail realise sous la direction du maitre et 
peut assimiler plus facilement ses legons. 

Ces idees revolutionnaires sont approuvees sans reserves par les enfants et surtout par les parents 
enfin debarrasses de la corvee des devoirs. 

L'enfant est libre, il a le loisir de « se refaire » et de se detendre. Sa vie familiale est plus 
normale et beaucoup plus agreable. De plus, il ne peut prendre de retard, car toute le^on mal sue 
est obligatoirement reapprise le Jeudi, et controlee par une deuxieme interrogation. 

MISE A CONTRIBUTION DES MOYENS MODERNES D'ENSEIGNEMENT. 

Disques, cinema, television sont utilises pour vivifier et clarifier par l'image ou l'audition, l'enseigne- 
ment theorique, qui devient ainsi plus vivant, plus accessible, et se fixe plus facilement dans la memoire. 

De plus, cela procure ä l'eleve une detente passionnante et enrichissante. 

VISITES 

D'entreprises, de laboratoires, promenades, et visites de monuments. adaptees ä chaque classe, 
se fönt au cours de l'annee, et mettent l'eleve en contact avec les grands problemes economiques, 
humains et culturels. 

Sa curiosite, son imagination sont alertees, et l'enfant a devant lui un horizon elargl ä la mesure 
de ce qui l'entoure. 




Tout ceci conjugue avec un solide enseignement de base, conforme au programme officiel. donne 
par des professeurs competents. prepare l'eleve ä ses examens avec un maximum de chances, et 
complete harmonjeusement ses connaissances scolaires. 

Signaions un dernier avantage beaucoup plus materiel : 

Gräce ä son Organisation, le Cours VAUVENARGUES applique un prix de scolarite aussi modeste 
que possible oü tout est compris. 

L'EFFICACIT£ de NOS Mi^THODES est demontree par : 

Progression de la confiance des Parents : 

annee scolaire 1954/1955- I 47 eleves nous etaient confies, 

annee scolaire 1956/1957- 251 eleves ont suivi nos cours.' 

annee scolaire 1958/1959 - 270 eleves ont suivi nos cours. 

Baccalaureats : 75",, des eleves presentes ont ete re^us. dont 50% avec mention. 



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par trimestre 



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JEUNES GENS - JEUNES FILLES 

ENSEIGNEMENT EL^MENTAIRE DE LA 1 2* A LA 7* 
ENSEIGNEMENT SECONDAIRE, CLASSIQUE, MODERNE ET MODERNE PRIME 

DE LA 6* AU BAC 



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ECOLE INTERNATIONALE DE PARIS 

39. AVENUE DE LA BOURDONNAIS (7«) 

T£L. : INVauobs 20-64 

P?ri3 le 29 Ivlars I963 



Monsieur Peter AMA.M 

Oakland Uni.versity 

ROGKIÜSTER 



Michigan 
U.S.A. 



Monsieur, 




*^e vous remercie poiir votre ^.ettre du 13 Mars. 



Je serais hen.reuse de compter vos filles parmi nos uleves 
l'an prochain« 

Notre ecole est en effet, comme son nom l'indique, bilingue^ 
et vos enfants poun^ont apprendre le Francais tont en continuant lev.rs 
etud-^s dans leu'^ langne riK"'" "^ 'olle, 

En vue de leur inscr'ption je desirerais recevo:ir an plus 
tot de plus amples infönnations et des r-pports complets« 

Je vous prie de trouvar ci-joint quelques renseignenients 
d' ordre administretif. 

Veu-^''"^'^^ r> -r'' -^r . ''onsieur, l'expression -^n mes sentiu-ji^t- 



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VjtlQ J, Cu.j 

Directrice 






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Ecole Jeanne d* Albret 
1, rue Denis Polsson 
Paris XVII^, France 

Mesdanea, 

Profeaseur d'histoire. Je vals passer l'annle acolalre prochalnc K 
Paris ä trcavailler dans los Archlves nationales. II est probable. 
^f6^ Paa tout ä falt sür, que nous allions louer un appartement au 
dix-soptieme arrondiasement. Nous nous interesaons donc l vinr- 
ecole convenable pour nos deux fillettes, ftg^eo de dix et sept eins. 
Aunez;vou3 quelques brochures a propos de votre 6colo? Avoz-vous 
des eleves etrmisdres? Er. notre caa, l'aln^e cait un peu d« 

f5f^?^^' l^ ^■^^^ il®^*^ ^^"- ^ P^3 '^^ *°«*- Toutes les deux sont 
intelligentes; l'.3ln6e est dana une ecole pour cnfants dou^s ou 
la plus Jeijne a aussi ete adralse. Elles ont flni quatre annees 
et une annee scolalres respectlvenent. 

Je voudrala savoir aussi quelle est l'lnfluence de votre orientat^on 
relißleuse sui- votre proßrararne acolalre. Je devrals dlre que nos" 
enfants ne vlennent paa d'une famillo pratlquante. Sur une note 
plus mondaine pourriez-voua me foumir le coÜt de 1 »Ecole Jeanne 
d'Albret pour nos deux fllles? Mercl d'avance; J'attends votre 
reponse avec grand Inter^t. 

Ssti'^^^i«^^^'^' '*®^**^"*®^' l«e:cprea3lon de raes sentitnents les plus 



S 



Peter Amann 
Paculte d'Histoire 

PA:w 



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La 7 Jxiin I963 




Ecole en tlarche 

105, avenue dea Temes 

Pai»l3 XVII^, France 

Messieurs, 

Professeur d'hlstolre. Je vals paaser l»ann^e scolalre prochalne h 
Paris a travailler dans leo archlvos nationales. II est probable, 
mais pas tout a falt sUr, quo nous alliona louer un appartement 

?u dix-septieme arrondissement» Nous nous interessons donc h, une 
cole privee convenable pour nos deux fillettes. Itglee de dix et 
sept ans. La premiere vient de finir sa quatrieme ann^e d «ecole; 
la deuxieme^sa jpreraiöre annöe. L'atn^e est dans ime ecole pour 
onfants douea ou la plus Jeune a aussi ^to admise. 

AuTlez-yoxxs ^quelques brochures i propos de votre loole? Avez-vous 
quelque experlence avec des ^iJves <5tran«ers? Nos enfants sauront 
tres peu de frangals. Pourriez-vous nous foumir aussi avec I3 
taxix pour la deuxieme et la cinquiSme ann^es — une donnee, malheur- 
euseraent in^jortante, puisque lea salaires professoraux ne sont 
guere meilleurs a\ix Etats-ünis qu'en France. 

ervice culturel de 

que par examen. Vu 

^^ , - - -. pourrait faire une 

exception dans ce cas. 

Veuillez agr^er, Messieurs, l'oxpression de mes sentiments tres 
distingues. 




Peter Amann 
Faoult^ d^Hlstoire 

PAiw 



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Le 7 Jxiin 1965 




Cours Vauvenargues 
63, rue Anroere 
Paris XVII^^ Prance 

Me3sle\u*s, 

Professeur d'hlstoire, je vals passer l^annle acolaire prochaine ä 
Paris i travailler dans lea archives nationales • II est probable, 
mais pas tout h fait stlr, que notis alllons louer un appartement au 
dix-septi^me arrondissement« Nous nous intoressons donc ä ime 
ecole privee convenable pour nos deux fillettes. ^ees de dix et 
oept ans. La premiSre vient de flnir sa quatrieme ann^e d'^colej 
la de\ixi^me sa oremi^re annee» L^öÜ^b est dans xme ecole po\ir 
enfants douis ou la plus jeune a ausSi Ite admise. 

Auriez-vous ^quelques brochures i propos de votre ^cole? Avez-vous 
quelque experience avec des ^l^ves etrangers? Nos enfants sauront 
tres peu de franjais. Pourriez-vous nous fournir aussi avec le 
taux pour la deuxieme et la cinquieme ann^es — une donnoe, malheur- 
euseraent importante, p\iisque les salaires profesooraux ne sont 
guSre meilleurs aux Etats-Unis qu'en Prance« 

Vexiillez agreer> Messieurs, l^expression de mes sentiments träs 
distingues • 



Peter Amann 
Paculte d'Histolre 

PASW 





£COLE JEANNE D'ALBRET 

COURS MONOD 

82, AVENUE de la GRANDE-ARM^E 

ENTREE : I, RUE DENIS POISSON 

PARIS 17« 
TiL. gTOILE 10-84 



TAms LE 10 JUIN 1963 

HDnsieur Peter ABIANN 
Pirofesseiir d'Histoire 
OAKLMD UNIVKRSITY 
TOCHESTER ^ÜgCHINrrAN 



DIRECTION 



Monsieur 




Nous avons bien regu votre lettre du 6 courant 
et V0U3 adressons inclus les circulaires concernant 
notre ücole et sa prochaine rentr^e« 

Nous avons des enfants venant de l»etranger et 
sous reserve d'un examen controlant ieur niveau 
soolaire ,il semblerait que nous devrions envisa^er 
l'entr^e de yotre fille de lOans en lerne ou SemT 
et oelle de 7ans en lOeme ou 9eine«. 

Notre Eoole est d»orige protestante ,niais aucun 
anseignement religieux n»est donne dans nos oo^irs 
aTin que la plus grande libert^' regne rarml nos ' 
eleves et leurs prof esseurs«. 

Nous restons ä votre disposition pour toutes 
autres pr-^cisions utiles et vous nrions d^agr^er 
lfc)nsieur,l»expression de nos sentiments distinguJs* 








Jdhn H. Knowles, M.D., General Directdr 

Ellswdrth T. Neumann, M.D., Administrator 



CABLE ADDRESS 
"MASSGENRAL" 



June 10, 1963 




Dr. Peter Amann 

Associate Professor of History 
Oakland University 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Professor Amann: 

The name of the school we can highly recommend is 
L'Ecole Active Bilingue, 39 Avenue de la Bourdonnais, Paris, 
7®. The directress is a hfae Cohen, You can use my name-- 
I'm not sure how much good it will dol You might write her 
if you are interested in a private school, even if you decide 
on public school after arrival. It is an excellent school. 
Our five-year old was in the Jardin d*Enfants (Kindergarden) 
there (we left in mid-year--January) and on coming to Boston 
was placed in the first grade because of his training. It is 
(also) expensive. For our boy--he went all day — including 
lunch--the cost was $130/trimester. The public schools are also 
very good. Our experience in the flrfct arrondissement wasn't 
pleasant, but the Vagelones in the sixteenth were very pleased 
with their children's progress. 

I hope this has been of help. 

Sincerely, 



Donald B. Martin, M.D. 



DBM:SB 




IN BD5TDN: GENERAL HOSPITAL • BAKER MEMORIAL • PHILLIPS HOUSE 

BURNHAM MEMORIAL TOR CHILDREN • HALL MERCER HOSPITAL 

Huntington Memorial Hobpital • Vincent Memorial Hospital 



IN BELMDNT: 
IN LINCDLN: 



McLean Hospital, Francis OEMARNErrE, M.D.. Director 

STORROW HOUSE C CONVALEBCENTSl 



COURS VAUVENARGUES 

63, Rue Ampdre, 63 

CAR. 99-37 



Paris, le 11 JuIä 1963 




Le 0/r«cfeur re^o/f sur rendezvou$ 



Ifensieur Peter AMANN 

Pmcult« i»Hi»toire 
Oaklami UmiTersity 
ROCHESTER 



U.S.A. 



HichigaA 



Monsieur 9 





P.J. - 



J'ai em main votre lettre *u 7 Juia 1963 et veus ea 
remercie» 

II m»est d<ji arriv* d'accepter dans m©n Eta"blissement 
de jeunes 615 ves Ätrangers et netamment de nationalit* Amiri- 
calne« II est certain que leur peu de connaiesance de la langue 
fraxiQalse en g^n^ral est pour eux un handicap dha le d^part» et 
en principe, je d^cale ces enfants d'une classe par rapport k 
Celle qu'ils devraient normalement fr6quenter, afin de leur per- 
mettre de porter tout particuliferement leur» efforte sur la 
langue frangaise. 

Je crois qu*il serait donc plus profitable pour vos deüx 
jeunes filles que l^ainie soit en 8e-7e et la cadette en lOe. 
xout dopend de leur niveau exact en frangais et de leurs possi- 
bllit^s de comprendre un tel enseignement« 

Je vous joins un exeraplaire de notre Reglement Interieur 
et je vous signale que les classes ont lieu i 

en classe de lO e de 8,45 h 11,45 le matin 

14,15 k 16,30 l'aprfes-midi 

en classe de 8e-7e 8,45 k 11,45 le matin 

14,15 k 17,00 l»aprfes-midi 

Les tarifs de scolarit^s sont les suivants % 

Externe libre Cl. de lOe 270 frs* par trimestre 

- - - Cl. de 8e-7e 320 frs. par trimestre 

Prais G6 n 6raux > (pour .Itannie) 50 frs. par ilfeve 

Pessibilit^ de demi-pension 270 frs. par trimestre 

et par ilfeve. 

Restant k votre entifere disposition pour tous renseigne- 
ments compl*mentaires, je veus prie d*agr6er Monsieur, l'assu- 
rance de mes distingu^s sentiments« 

Le Directeur 
1 Reglement 
1 Brochure 





UNITED STATES EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION FOR FRANCE 

9, RUE Chardin 
PARIS (-le") 



TROCADfeRO A6-5A 



Cable Address 



USEDCOM PARIS 




June 11, 1963 



Dear Mr» Amanri, 

Thank you for your Ißtter tf June 6th. 

In regard to your schooling pr^blem, we suggest tha* you write 
at once to Miffef Patrick SullivaÄ, 8 rue Angelique Verier, Neuilly, 
Seine since they have had a child in a school Cnot on your list) 
in the 17th and have been highly pleased« 

By all means ask your friend to come in and consult our 
hnusing list for you* I shall teil M, Cusset that he will be 
Coming. 

We donH know the pensions you mention» But let your 
friend act as your housing agent and your problem will be sojred* 



Cordially, 




Curtis B. Watson 
Assistant Executive Director 



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June 1^, 1963 




Mrs* Patrtck Stailvan 
8, rue Axigellque Verier 
Neuilly, Seine 

Dear Mrs. Sulllvan: 

Your name was given to me by Mr» Watson of the U»S» Educational 
Coimniaslon for Prance becauae you havo a chlld In a school In 
the seventeonth arrondl 3 semenfc vrLth v;hich you are apparently very 
pleased. We are planning to live in the seventeenth arrondisaement 
where we may have found an apartment, and therefore would very 
much like any information that you can give us about the achool 
which your child Is attending. We have two girls, one who will 
be (in American terms) in the second grade, the other in the fifth. 
The older girl knov/s a little Prench, the yoimger none at all. 
We also have a th ree- and- a- half year old whom we might send to 
the equivalent of nursery school» 

I hope this is not too much of an imposition, but one does feel 
a bit helplesö imless one can get some first-hand information 
from other Americans. I shall lock forward to hearing from you 
and I certainly appreciate any information that you can give us# 

Sincerely yours. 



♦ 



Peter Amann 
Associate Professor 
of History 

PA:w 



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Chalet Andenia 
Galle Jose Galiana,5 
Vistahermosa 
Alicante, Spaln 
June 22 

Dear Mr, Amman, 

As you can see, your letter was held ap a little, as It had to 
be forwarded to me here in Spain. I am only too glad to be of 
help, and at thls moment doubly sympathetlc wlth your problem as 
we are faclng it again, as we»re moving to London next fall. 

Out two older children were in the Monte ssorl School (Maison 
d'Enfants Montessori) 22 rue Eugene Piachat, near the Place Pereire 
for two and a half years. They are now 5i and 6j. I personally am 
very enthusiastic about the Montessori Method, especially for 
younger children, I don't know whether or not you are familiär 
with itvo r - n a t » If not, it is very hard to put in a nutshell- 
but if you are not, and would like to investigate it a little, 
the head of the American Montessori Association , Nancy Rambusch 
has within the last year or two written a very good account of it, 
I don»t know either the title or the publisher, but should think 
the book would be easy to find. The Method has lately caught on 
with gusto in America, and there ase some 1|0 or so schdols- possibly 
you could find one near your a:Pea to Visit. Mrs. Rambusch* s address 
is:Whitby School, Breenwich Conn., and she could surely teil you 
if there were a school near you, 

Montessori's idea was t hat children could and even wanted to 
learn more than was generally thought, and at an earlier age. 
Sie found that ^tüNni children starting at about 2^ years, Irkiij 
^^^«lipn a great enthusiasm&£working with materials, not unlike 
what we know as educationVl toys, and gradually built up a set 
of materials which initiate the child in arithmetic, reading and 
writing, Things that children find tedious after 6 years, she 
found they enjoyed mastering before 6, and could then turn to 
uliftliti gL more theoretical «tudies. Her emphasis then, was on the 
materials and the subjects themselves, and as little as possible 
on oral teaching, Glowing- and sometimes pretty saccharine- account s 
have been written about the joy these children take in learning, etc., 
but it does really seem towork out that way. But I had best not 
get too wound up on that, 

About this school in particular, I will give you my negative 
irapressions first, They are housed in ane floor of a private house, 
/^)w6e-e3ta«sP9em«— 4ke-^a9g»«t-ka49-m«^lie-d9-ek43!eii»ei» All they have 
for playground is a small "garden" consisting mainly of pebbles, 
No Lanch facilities whatever- the children who stay to lunch, which 
ours did, have to bring their own, However, they are well supervised, 
Ihe school day is long: 9 until U:U5. If the children go home to 
lunch. they leave-I think- at 11:1;5, and back at 2:U5f which allows 
time for a nap, The^ are no facilities for naps at school either- 
And we feit this was a pretty long day, The sraallest children who 
stay all day- I must contradict myself here- they do Stretch out 
on cots. When our youngest first went, she often slept a couple of 
hours. fiuaa Prom a "pure" Montessori viewpoint, the Prench schools 
are a little more rigid than say American or English ones. But my 
Impression is that they are a good deal more flexible and individuali 
ized than other French schools. 





There are three classrooras; one small one for 2^ to about Ij., one 
large with the children k"^ ov 6, and another small for the 6-9 
year olds, (I don't know whether your eldest would be too old or not.) 
Each room has a dlploma-ed teacher, plus one or two student 
teachers« 

At times, I must say, I feit that the teachers seemed to follow 
their own ideas and personal klnks in a way that I have not seen 
in the theory, nor in practice in other schools, for example 
pushing perhaps too hard at times (perhaps it is difficult for 
the Prench to train away their competitive spirit in education??) • 
Por this reason, if you are enthusiastic about the Method, and see 
it well practiced in America, you may be disappointed- for I am 
sure this school falls below the ideal. And for this reason I cannot 
®ive you a simple vote of unclouded enthusiasm for the school. 
And yet, our children do have enthusiasm for . study, and wer» happy 
there. Our six yearvold ää still enftoys math/'^which, because of 
the conretenes's^ or^^e materials and tho mony oonor o t o wayg of 
l oQPning th o - ^jai i ie bhitt fg, he is, like his classmates, advanced for 
his age. He has begun to learn history, geography, -reads and wrttes 
fairly well. They also do the usual crafts work, singing, poetry 
reciting. 

Our youngest, 24-, started going afternoons this spring and 
she loved it- and I noticed that at home she began to concentrate 
more on one thing at a time, etc., and naturally got alot out of 
being with other children. The teacher of the youngest seems to 
me to be the best- encouraging the children, and still letting them 
engage themselves in the materials in their own way. 



This zig-zag account, will, I»m afraid, 
dilemma. And unfortunately, I can't set it 
of other possible choices of schools. I do 
it is the best you can find for 6 and under 
individual attention, and afi substantial op 
differences, and aorrelatively, a real resp 
This school has many children of non-Prench 
whom come speaking no Prench- and they seem 
obstacle with enviable speed. Pör the most 
usually one of the younger student teachers 



only increase your 
against a background 
tend to think that 
, as their is so much 
enness to individual 
ect for the child. 

national ity, lots of 

to get over this 
difficult firtt days, 

speaks some English. 




A woman I visited who runs a small and excellent-seeming (Mont. ) 
school in the suburbs, gave me the naine of a woman in Paris who 
is the head of Ijome kind of teachers association in Paris. She feit 
this woman was very competent, and would have good advice to give 
on schools. If you would like to contact her, her name is B Mll.e. 
Valoblon, 22 Rue Chevert, Paris l6(tel SOL 5533. You would most 
likely have to write/ her in Prench. She also mentioned what she 
thought was an excellent school in the 1/6 th, La Petite Ecole, the 
headmistress isVf^L.e Jaeger, 7 rue de Sevres. I»m sorry I don't 
kncw anything about it. A friend of mine, Mrs. John Kidde, has 
a child in the Ecole Bilangue in the 7th, near the iiliffel Tower, 
which she likes very much, and which takes all ages, I think. Her 
address is 26 Ave. Charles Ploquet, Paris 7, and I know she would 
be Riad to write you about it- tho of course it wouldn't be 
convenient if you live in the 17th. She may know other people 
with school-aged children with whom she could put you in touch . 




I don't want to exagerrate the toughness of Prench schools- and 
we did have American nelghbors who had two teenage glrls in the 
Ecole Alsatlan who llked It very much- of course they were old 
enoggh to comraute on thelr own. 

Wlth many apologles for the unsatlsfactorlness of this letter, 
whlch seems long on words €und short on really useful infonnatlon, 
I wish you good lucki I should think, If I may add two more blts, 
that Mlle. Valoblon might be of alot more help, if you want a 
Prench school« I personally think that no matter what age the child 
is, once the language Problem is over, the experience of a Prench 
school is much more valuable, for obvious reasons, than the 
more familiär American utklKh ones which presumably, they will have 
plenty of time to sample. Anyway, best of luck. 

Slncerely, 



OOM ^uUmM4^ 






L'fiCOLE EN MARCHE 

103, avenue des Ternes 

Paris (176) 

Tel. : ETOile 39-36 



Sevres le 24 Juin 1965. 



Monsieur AMAM 
ProÄesseur d'Histoire 
Oakland University 

BOCHESTER (Michi^^an) 




Monsieur, 

Nous n'avons pu r^pondre plus tot ä 
votre lettre du 7 Juin parceque nous ne savions 
pas si nous aurions de la place pour vos enfants 

Nous pensons maintenant pouvoir les 
recevoir toutes les deux« 

Nous vous adressons ci-Joint des ren- 
seignements sur nos Cooles ainsi qu'une feuille 
de tarif conceraant l'Ecole en Marche, 



Yeuillez agreer, Monsieur, l*expression 
de nos sentiments distingues. 



vf. }r)an' 



lA^ 




Peter Amann 
Faculte d 'hietoire, 
Oaicland University, 
Rochester, Michigan 
U. S. A. 

le 16 aout I965 



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^feies Lastique et Terronet , 
Directrices, Institut Aubert , 
Vicennes (Seine). 

Me sd ame s , 

Historien de la revolution de löhQ et boursier Fulbright, 
j^aurai le plaisir de passer 1 'annee scholaire prochaine a Paris 
avec ma femme et nos trois enfants. Tout dernierement j 'ai loue 
1 'appartement de M. Maurice Valuet, 9 rue Lebel, appartement le- 
quel a d 'ailleurs ete occupe par d 'autres boursiers Fulbright 
aux cours des dernieres annees. 

L* Institut Aubert m'a ete vivement recommande et par M. 
Valuet et par un de ses anciens locataires, M. le professeur 
Michael de Kenyon College, qui a bien envoye ses propres enfants 
a votre excellente ecole. II xmxbxk m'en joka. dit que du bien et 
m'a prie de vous envoyer ses amities. Quant a nous, nous avons 
deux fillettes agees de 10 et de 7 ans et un pe\>it gar^on de 5 1/2. 
Nous voudrions inscrire les deux premieres et peut-etre le pet it 
si vous avez des cours pour des enfants aussi jeunes. 

Paula, l'alnee, a eu un peu de fran^ais dans son ecole; 
Sandra, la plus jeune, n'en sais point . Toutes les deux sont in- 
telligentes. Paula K vient d 'une ecole pour enfants doues ou tu 
Sandra a aussi ete admise et ou eile suivra les cours ^a notre 
retour en Amerique. Je crois qu'elles seront bonnes eleies malgre 
leur Probleme linguist ique . ^tntn Enfin 1 'eijSrience des enfants 
de M. Michael a ete encourageante. 

Je sais qu'il est bAdn ttxB trop tard pour attendre votre 
reponse laquelle, nous asperions, sertiit affirmative. Nous nous 
embarquons la semaine prochaine et arriveront a la fin du mois. 
il«X¥BWBlvK«swiioH«x|9a«s«rwKwiv^s«B^i Nous voudrons donc passer a votre 
ecole pour faire inscrire nos enfants la yxBl premiere semaine de 
septembre. Je vous telephonerai suivant notre arrivee a Paris. 

Veuillez croire, Mesdames, a l'expression de mes sentiments 
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March 12, I963 




Professor Peter Araann 
Department of History 
Michigan State üniversity 
R«chester, Michigan 

Dear Mr. Amann: 

It is pleasant to be prodded int© recollecting life in Paris • 
Our experience there was delightful, and I hepe yours will be 
likewise, Unfortunately many of your questions I am not competent 
to answer; but where my Information is deficient David Pinkney's 
is not. Since you have been in correspondence with him, perhaps 
this letter will find some gaps« 

Our stay in Paris was nearly completely unolanned. What developed 
materialized ©n the sp©t with a minimum of explorati©n and calcul- 
ation on our part. This means that I can describe what we did— 
which we considered wh©lly satisfactory— but not 'he alternatives. 

Through an ad in the NY Herald Tribune-Paris edition-we uncovered 
an apartment in Boulogne which was being sublet for the period we 
required. Living in the apartment we found pleasant; but we had 
advantages which I d© not believe one can expect. For example, we 
had tw© American bathrooms, an American freezer-refrigerator, and a 
washing machine in the basement. Other French apartments we looked 
at did not afford these. While ©n this subject, we could not find 
laudramats although we were informed that some were under construction 

in our area of Paris (I6th). Shopping was fascinating and easy 

although tirrie-c©nsuining. Your wife will find that it requires a 

considerable fraction of her time — probably every day. ■'■he cost 

©f living in Paris (including its suburbs) is very high. We estimated 

that it wa somewhat more expensive than in an American city. If 

one Cooks for oneself, and if one can converse easily with the butchers, 

etc, with care one can save some money, but it is not easy. It is 

difficult to find any but the very best cuts ©f meat. Beef is excellent, 

but high. 

I supoose it is preferable t© live in Paris— o the rwise your 
wife will have difficulty seeing the city. Still, Boulogne had 
some real advantages. The Bois de Boulogne wis near us and the 
region was relatively clean. Als©, the Paris netr© came t© within 





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a ten Tninute walk, Furthermore, there was never any difficulty 
parking our car— a problem which can be troublesome in Paris. 

I have no knowlerige about pensions, nor about schools. Our 
children were younger than school age. The Pinkney»s had their 
children in school and were apparently quite satisfied with the 
arrangement. They will be better sources of Information than I 
am (also on pensions). 

I hope these idbits are hclpful. If you have further questions 
feel free to write. My wife has much has much Information about the 
care of babies in France. Ours was five uionths old when we arrived. 




Sincerely yours, 
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(24 heures consecutives) Le tarif " Heure supplementaire " ne comprend oucun kilometre. Le decompte des 
kilometres supplementaires s'effectue sur Tensemble de la periode d'utilisation. La location est poyable 
d'avance La fourmture du corburont est o la Charge du locataire. 

EntreHen gratuit de la roeture chez tous les Relais ABONNEMENT AUTOMOBILE (lavoge, groissoge, vidange, 
reparations d'usure normale y compns toutes fournitures et pieces). 

LIVRAISON QU REPRISE DES VEHICULES : Foculte de re»rituer tons Supplement les vehicules chex n'imperf« quel 
Relois ABONNEMENT AUTOMOBILE. 

Aeroports et Gores de Poris : Livraison ou reprise grotgite pour les voyageurs, les jours ouvrobles, de 7 h. ä 

23 h (heures non ouvrobles : 15 NF de Supplement). 

Zone urboine du Relois le plus proche : 8 NF de Supplement (heures non ouvrobles 12 NF). 

Et en tout outre licu, locolite ou poys : Moyennont un Supplement raisonnoble, opres occord preolable ovec 

le Relais de depart. 

FACILITES DIVERSES : Galeries porte-bogoges, porte-skis, d ocuments internotionoux, cartes routiires, itiniroires, 
renseignemenfs touristiques fournis grocieusement. 

Radio 1,50 NF por jour — 30 NF par mois 

Toit ouvront (Dauphme, Ondine) 1,50 NF por )Our — 30 NF por mois 

CARTES DE CREDIT : DINERS' CLUB — Systeme EUROPCARS. 

MINIMUM DE SO USCRIPTION : 1 jour en periode ouvroble, 2 jours fins de semoine et fetes. Longues dürres ö 
kilometrage illimite 4 mois consecutifs. 

VERSEMEN T DE GARANTIE : Clients hobituels 200 NF ö 350 NF suivont le modele de vehicule et la couverture 
accidents. — Clients de possoge : 500 NF. — Nombreux cos d'exemption totale : nous consulter. 

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ou d'incopocit^ permanente totale (reduite proportionncHemt'nt ou taux d'incapacite), chocune des outres personnes — porenti 
compns — 6 concurrence de 30 000 NF, les frois mödicoux et phormoceutiques ä concurrence dt 1 500 NF por perionn«, 

moyennant une prime de : 

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30 jours ou plus 0,*0 NF por jour 

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üu I 5 NF per mois 

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travoux n'mcombent au locataire qu'a concurrence de 500 NF (350 NF pour berline 4 CV ou Dauphme) 
frais eventuels de ropatriement du vehicule en sus ; ces risques peuvent etre couverts moyennant un comple- 
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February ^5, 1963 



Dear Mr . Amann 





I am happy to glve you what advice I can about 
living in Paris witb a faniily. It may not be altogetber 
belpful because^^be difference between your fai^ily Situation 
and mine. We bave two cbildren, and wnen we were in Paris 
tbey were eigbt and twelve years old. V^e lived in a 
Pension, wbere we had tbree rooms and took all our meals 
(except tbat tbe cbildren bad luncb at tbeir scboolsj. 
Tbis worked out finefor cbildren tbeir age and for us , 
but I doubt tbat it would be practical for you witb young 
cbildren. It was expensive, too, - at least I tbougbt it 
so (David Landes, wbo was in Paris witb bis faL^iily and 
living in an apartment, did not tbink: soj; our montbly 
bill came to about ^öOÖ for tbe four of us . Ray Grew 
froux Princeton is in Paris tbis semester witb bis wife and 
two small cbildren. Tbey could not get into «tjr Pension but 
are in one in tbe same area, wbicb^be writes me^ tbey find 
satisfactory , a nd I gatber froin bis description of it tbat 
it is less expensive tban ours. It is tbe Pension Gbamp 
de «lars, 116 Rue Saint-Dominique , Paris 7®. 

ijurnisbed apartments in Paris are expensive and 
usually inconven^ient by A^nerican Standards. If you go into 
tbe suburbs ^y ou will find renidc mucb lower. "IVe once looked 
into some and found places tbat would täte our four people 
for, as I recall, «fflTS a montb. Saint-Cloud is a pleasanty 
suburb witb many modern aPartment buildings, and tnere /^^^jtjJ^ 
are otners on tbe west and in tbe soutb. Tbe best way to /^*f^J|^#K^^ 
find ^ut about available apartments is to go to a rental <=^^/w c^ 
agency in Paris. Tbey all advertise in tne Paris eaition t^ jZ^ 
of tbe n erald-Tr ibune . I understanu tbat tbey don't ^'^L^^<^Z^ * 

botber to answer letters, so you must wait until you get .^Ä?"^^ ' 
tbere. Tbe Dotation Garnetie on tbe i^oulevard Saint- 
Germain maintains a centn ? d'acceuil for foreign Professors, 
and anong its Services is a listing of apartments for 
rent. Tbe Paul beiks bave used tbis Service successfully . 

Vincent Beacb of tbe üniversity of Colorado bad an 
aPartment in tbe f:ill of i960 in Paris tbat belongs to a 
man wno regularly rents to American Professors. Beacb was 
ttiere witb'tnree cbildren. You migbt write to bim about it. 
Tbe rent, I recall, was nominal for Paris, and it was in a 
good neigbborbood. 

Food costs we found in a tnree week period wben we 
bad a friend's apartment rian about twe^ty per cent bigber 
tban in Columbia, i^-o. (Tbe quality was at least t'vvr<5ty per 



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cent better;. Housekeeplng is more work than in the ün'^ted 
States. Supermarke ts are rare, and one must do a lot o^ 
Walking to many stores and sbops to a^'^enible the makings of 
ameal. ^hB Labor saving equipment is less common. Maids. 
we anders tand, are tiard to find. 

The scbool problem is not difficult. As you know, 
any cbild in i-rance is entitled to free scbooling in the 
public scbools, and we knew ;\mericar4 wlio simply puttheir 
cnildren in tbe scbool in tbeir quarter. 'A'e taougbt tnis 
would be cruel on cbildren wno knew no rrencb, and we went 
ours to m private scbools. >/«e saunned tbe American Scbool 
because we wanted tbem to learn Frencb and v.ere bappily 
directed by friends to tbe Ecole Active Bilingue on tbe 
avenue de La r^ourdonnais , 7®. Here all Instruction for 
tbe first term (until Gbristmas; is in Frencb and Englisb, 
but tbe cbildren wbo do not know Frencb are given intensive 
training in rrencb, and after Gbristmas all Instruction, 
eAcept in Englisb classes, is in Frencb. It works amazing^v» 
well. Our son by tbe end of tbe year was, i^rencb friends ^ 
told US, speaking Frencb witb no accent at all. Our 
dauöbter went to a similarly organized division of tbe Lycee 
de Sevres, and sbe^ too^ learned i^rencb to perfection. Tbe 
tuition at tbe Ecole >Äctive ran about ^300 a year. It 
bas grades from tbe jardin des enfants tbrougb tbe equivalent 
of our fiftb grade. I sbould add tbat we tbougbt tbe inptruc- 
tion in all subjects was excelldft^ and Javid (our son) loved 
tbe scbool, and Janet was equally attacbed to bers, (Sbe didn*t 
want to come bome* but wanted to stay for five years and take 
^ b accalaureat l ) 

We did not bave a car in Paris, and I wouldn' t want 
one. It would be like baving a car in ManbatLan only more 
rierve-wr acking. Wben wevifented one for a trip we rented 4t 
from tbe eAtfeblisbment wbose adver tisement Jjfenclose. Tbeir 
rates were reasonable (less tnan Auto-E^arope and such, wbi^ 
cater to American tourists), tbeir Service good, and tbeir 
cars in good condition. If you snould go tbere, ask for 
^r. De Smit and teil bim tbat I sent you. 




All of my advice does not add 
I know you would like to bave. I tri 
tbat I mad«^ out for tbe Guggenheim po 
cannot put my bands on it. As I recal 
to about ^11,000. 3ne can certainly 
tban tbat. Some fellow Frencb bistor 
Paris recently witb families and «10 
Aould be bappy, I aii: sure, to give yo 
tbeir eAperidnce are Paul Damford, Un 
Jobn Hunter, Simmons College, Boston; 
of Galifornia ait^ Los Angeles; David 
Ray Grew, wnom I menl ioned earlier. 



up to a budget, ^vnicb 
ed to find tbe budget 
e )le in i960, but I 
1, I uiade it come out 
live in Paris for less 
ians wbo bave been in 
rented apartments and 
u Information based on 
iversity of y. innesota; 
Jere King, üniversity 
Eien, Princeton; and 



Don't let anytiiing I bave saialft discourage you or 
your wife. V.e bad a wonderful time in Paris, and we*re 
going back just as soon as we can - in t/o years, I bope 





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Paris 

March 23, 1963 

Professor Peter Amann 
Department of History 
Michigan State University Oakland 
Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Mr. Amann, 

I am afraid I cannot really be of rauch help to you 
since we have not tackled Paris housing with an eye to a 
whole year. Indeed, we only arrived here from England in 
January and are about, rather reluctantly, to leave for the 
south. 

Our Pension is worth considering but not I should think 
for a year with three children. It is a bit dingy, the food 
quite good but not outstanding, the hot water in our rooms 
often just warm. Yet we have been very happy here with two 
rooms for our two children and ourselves, both of them decent 
size. My wife and children have füll pension; I have half 
(skipping the mid-day meal for which I pay extra if I am here), 
and the whole works comes to 70 francs a day. The great virtue 
here is the classic count and countess fallen on hard times, 
who like children, are very solicitous, speak marvelous French, 
and have the sort of connections which have gotten us theater 
tickets at reduced rates and entr^ into ecclesiastical archives. 
Advantages of this sort are not uncomraon in pensions 1 gather, 
and they would certainly make it worth looking for one, for a 
few days looking, anyway. We found thisy af ter all the ones 
we had known about in advance proved full^ by making up a list 
by arrondissement from the telephone directory. In the less 
ele.ant ones 25 francs a day for adults on füll pension seems 
to De about tue Standard rate, with children paying about 
two-thirds. 

But for a füll year an apartraent probably remains the best 
Solution. I have the impression from the newspapers that 
they are not quite so hard to come by as Americans are always 
told. The French often prefer American tenants since, by French 
law, the tenants can often just stay put after the lease is up. 
Some even advertise their apartnaents or answer want ads by preference 
in the Herald Tribüne, but these are mostly places in Keuilly, 
elegant and expensive. One should, I think, be prep-ireö to pay 
New York prices; but there is the chan -e as theye is in 1 ew York 
of finding something better, for less, than the average. One simply 
has to be on the scene, try agents, and withstand a couple of weeks 
hotel bill. 



And that, I am afraid, is just what you already knew, But 
best of luck on your year here; there is ncv^Ptoer city 

öincerely .yours 



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Paris IV, France 
March 4, 1963 



Dear Professor Amann; 



Your letter of February 26 has been forwarded to me from San 

Diego. 

I will be glad to give :^ou what inforiation I can, although our 
two cases are not procisely alike. I am here on a travelling Fulbright 
taken in conjunction with a sabbatical leave, so I am not being given 
the subsistance allowance you will be given. I know that the Fulbright 
Position on this is not ver^ c]& ai*. I think they ;=a^ they wL 11 try 
to pay you at a ]e vel to maintain a Standard about what you have at 
home. Hov^ever, there is Variation according to academic rank also. 
Also, my wife is French and she has family here which has made our 
living Problems different from what ^^ours will be, With these ^ualif- 
ications I can give you some Information which might help ^ou. 

in the first place, France is Variation itself. There is no 
Standard cost of an apartment with cei*tain facilities, as one could 
e>;pect at home. Where you live, and how much ;you pay will deß» nd on 
hazard anl luck as much as anything, although the Fulbright Office 
carries listings and la kes a real effort to help its people get decent 
pi ces. Api rtments are advertised in the NY Tims s and the He aald Tribun e tl 
there are the usual agencies which ask at leäst one months rent f or 
finding a pii ce for you. When you do find a p]ace, the cost of the 
heat and the Utilities are not included. Our living place is one of 
the variations; my wife*s parents have a very nice aj^rtment here on 
the löle St. Louis which is perhaps the most desirable place in Paris 
'to live, but extreme ly expensive for anything decent. It was learned 
that two roonß above the apartment were emp^ pending the decision of 
some other rent er s to le ave so the whole floor could be made into 
a large apartment. The owner agreed to let us have these two rooms, 
and a kitchen for the year. We had to have it repaintfd, and a teilet 
installed, at a cost of about 400 dollars. Ihe rent then is fifty 
dollars a month. All in all we will have paid about 125 to 150 dollars 
a month rent when the heat is included, a large item this year . On the 
other hand, this location is absoiuently central. We are within ten 
minutes of downtown and all the im jor libraries. As to schools, which 
I_will mention later, there are excellont schools here tn the Island 
for the children and no Algerians who would make them crowded- — classes 
at öaly aböut <i5 stua-^rts. Shopping is convenient . I must say though 
that this apartment is pr» etty primitive. V/« have no bath tub or oven 
regulär oath room, and most Am rican women I don't think would want to 
live in a place like this. I do think that with sone luck and in a 
location not as good as this you could get a pii ce for about 150 dollars 
a monthwith two bedrooms and a bath and a kitchen; although the price 
could go to iciOO with heat and Utilities. Of course in France you can 
always fall on something e)<ceptional, but don^t count on that. Cost of 
food here is easily as much as that in the states, and sone items ite 
much higher-- -esp ecially meat. I would count on a food budget equal 
to what you have at hone • 

As to schools, I can give ^ou some infomation. l'he best thing 
to do is to write to the Educational Exchange Unit, American ^mbassy 
4 avenue Gabriel, Paris 6. They have füll Information and canjtake 
care of your special case. There are schools here which take care^of 
non-French speaking children such as the Ecible internationale, Lycee 
de S^veres, 7 rue Lecocq, Severes. It is a coec ucational day school 
with clftee«s pji rt in Frehch, part in EngUsh. IJut notice tnis is not 
in Paris. There is also the Annexe jf^err^nat ionale Mix|# du Lvcee 



Frangols 1er, Avenue de Verdiin, ^ontainebleau , but this is ndb Paris 
either. in additlon to the Ajnerican %nbassy, you can write to the 
French t^ltural Services, 9r^ Fifth Avenue, New York 2l, N. Y. 

Our children have always spoken French so we put them right into ^j^ 
the French System with no difficulty, except our little girl who shoull^ 
Im ve been in tbe fifth grade went back to the f ourth oecause she did 
not have enough grammar. Hog^ever she has done very well and is in the 
top part of her class. The little boy started the first grade and 
has adapted pR rfectly and gets along very well. I must say, that we 
have been vry pleased with their prcgrets as there is no fooling 
around, They have homework ^very night and the little boy reads and 
writes well. The System is entlrely competitive and each child is 
raked by subject and overall and is given a place in the class acccÄid- 
ing to his clatss Standing. There is a role of honor every month and 
it means soms thing to the child to be there. I think that the discipline 
and Standards here vt 11 put them ahead when they return home. The 
little boy has forgotten most of his English, although the little girl 
is entirely bi -lingual now. i just don*t^ know what they would do with 
a child who does^ot know much French. They gave the little girl a 
kind of an examination to see where she should go. If you want to start 
now, yoi might try to give you^children some inrf^nsive training in 
Frfinch and hlr e a tutor during the summer. They might be advanced 
enough then to go into a class close to where they should be, 

I bought a Volkswagen, not oecause I care for G^rmany over France 
but simply because it is a better car for the price than anything made 
here. A car is more a bürden than a pleasure in the city, and we do 
not use it much. We have had to go on some 1 ng trips, and that is 
why I bought it, L'riving in France is a very hazardous experience qs 
the French are absolute deamons in automobiles and simply have to be 
first ---and I always let them be. Gas is about a dollar a gallon. 

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thing more I can help you on let me know. You are going to run into 
all kinüs of unantic ipated problems, but that is all part of living 
away f rom home. 




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STANFORD UNIVERSITY 

STANFORD. CALIFORNIA 



DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 



March 8, 1963 



Professor Peter Amann 

Michigan State University, Oakland 

Rochester, Michigan 

Dear Peter: 

Sorry for the delay in answering you. This has been a very hectic 
week. I am also sorry that I cannot pass on any positive, or for that 
matter encouraging information about housing in Paris. Rents are high 
and places hard to find. Some people I know did better outside of the 
city. You might write and ask George Iggers how he found his quarters. 




The rig that I have is a used Praktina, which is a Single leni 
reflex camera plus a special lens^ and a stand which holds the camera 
and the lamp5. (If you are the type, which I am not, you could make the 
stand yourself.) The whole thing cost me $200.00. This gear can be 
carried in a sort of big Shopping bag. It requires an outlet for the 
lamp to work and I have found that a Belgian firm, Gaevert, sells a 
film whose negative is black on white. I have a portable desk micro- 
film reader, but this is a luxury, I bought the equipment, as I recall, 
at the American Camera Exchange in New York which specialized in second- 
hand German equipment and was very helpful and reasonable about my re- 
quirements . 

To justify such an Investment to yourself, you have to decide 
whether it will be desirable or necessary to film things yourself 
rather than having the film Service do the Job, because it is only a 
bit more expensive, if at all, to have the service do it. This may be 
a rationalization of my own decision, but I do feel that to have waded 
through and marked for reproduction documents out of the police files 
would have been very time consuming and complicated, and it "vtmtAäi^aaam 
saved me a great deal of time to get permission to do it myself, If 
you want to get access to private documents where no Service is available, 
then your own equipment would be invaluable. It is true, hovs/ever, that 
even tke, most^pt'ovincial archives can put you in touch with a Photographie 
Service. The hell of it is that you wind up with a hundred miles of micro 
film which some grim day has to be read, 

Naturally, I am happy to send you a reprint which enlists you in 
a select group. Congratulations on getting the grant . I look forward 
to assigning your book. 



Best regards. 




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UNIVERSITY 
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Professor Vincent Beach 
Department of History 
University of Colorado 
Boulder, Colorado 

Dear Mr« Beach: 

David Pinkney gave me your narae as that of an American academician 
who was able to find an adequate and reasonable apartment in 
Paris —according to all reports an impressive if not incredible 
achievement. I had written to David Pinkney because we too have 
three children and are probably going to be in Paris on a grant 
of some sort for the coming academic year. 

I imderstand that the apartment vrtiich you occupied is regularly 
rented to American professors by its owner. Woiild it be possible 
to get this marvellous gentleman's name and address? I would also 
appreciate any and all inTormation that you might be able to give 
me about living with a f a^^. ..y in Paris, particularly such things 
as the children »s schooling. In our case two of them, age seven 
and ten, are of school age, and neither of them will have more 
than a smattering of Prench. 

I would very much appreciate hearing from you. Please excuse me 
for being a nuisance, but you are indeed a primary source of 
Information. 

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Dear Peter: 



May 2, 1963 



I just read your arbicle in JWH on historiography 
of the 2nd Republic. It is a fihe work and one I have 
especially profited from. If you have any extra off-prints 
perhaps you could send me one. * 

In tetrospect, I find that the only worthwhile paper 
at the Cambridge meeting of SFHS i/as the Popkin essay on 
French scepticism. The concluding panel, which I had been 
lookmg forward to, was a great disappointment. I am, 
however, enthusiastic about the Joint colloqium Coming ud 
next year in Maryland. ^ 

Wishing you every success with housing and schooling 
of your family abroad next year, and, of course, with your 
own research, Please do look up Professor Otto (Othon) 
Ernst at the Bibl. Nationale (distinguished balding-grey 
headed man, aluminum crutches) who is on the research staff 

«of Centre des recherches scientifiques. The hotel we stayed 
, but with a much smaller family tha|n yours, was HOTEL 
UDIO at Place Maubert near Notre Dame. An excellent 
restauran* in that area is Le Tteille Truse at the end of 
Boul. Saint Germain. Another one is CHAMPOLLION on Rue 
des ecoles near Boul. Saint Michel. In the Bibl. Nat'le 

^^^t^^^r.% ®°^^ ^^ *" arcade across from Comedie Francaise. 
is L»INCRÖYABLE. This all brings back nostalgic, but 
(at this point) painful memories. My year abroad was esp. 
wonderful as an experience in a mture culture. There are 
times when I share the European resentment toward America. 




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Professor Peter Amann 
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Professor Amann: 




Ihnve jour 1-tter asking for informntion about livin^ in Paris. Oave 
Pmkney must have told you about some phoses, but I think he mu^^t ^ce li ve 
our apartment at 10 rue de la Pompe may still be available. Actup]lv, 
the woman who owned it has sold tho apt., and if you havo more than oAe 
child, as I assume you do from your r-ference to "childrer", itM be'too 
small to meet your reeds. Go.t of livin^ is about the same -.s here in 
trie TJS...or x^as, when we were there tx-7o years a^^o. It may behi-her nox^... 
for A:nericans, at least, jpn Paris. Housinc^. is apt to be a verydiff cult 
Problem. Greatest ecor omy can of course be effectad if you live in the 
subui'bs...t'ie more distant, the cheaper the lifo can be." ./e had fri-mds, 
«.reorg Iggers and his v/ife and their throe children, x^^ho fin^lly h-d to 
settle for housing somet-^ing life fifty miles from Paris, in a^ small 
town. i^en xve were ther-. our little girl was then obly about 2 years of 
age, and school x^^as therofore no probJemfor us . But about school, writ- 
Iggers. He had his children in a Prench communal school. .. they had a 

very interesting experience partly good, partly not so pood'. The 

American School in Paris is a possibilit;^^. B-t l' know not'ing about 
lt. ihe American Embassy can suDoiy details I imaprine. If you P^e 
going over as a Fulbr?' ,Q:ht 1' cturer or scholar, the'Commi.ision will be 
of i:7imense heli: to you. If not, you'll have to sh if t for vourseDf, 
and will l^ind yourself in comnet'tion x^rith Pulbri^hters, and others , 
lor housing, etc. It is Ay imnression thnt you would have to pay x>& 11 
over ;150 a month for housinrr that could in a Pinch acco raodate "cnildren". 
'.^e paid just that, plus a heat sup-lement and electr city for a one-bedr- om 
apartment. . .on the Tround floor. . . (undesirable br.cnuse of tr-ffic, and 
subway beneath) . . .but this was in trie l6th arrondisemont . . .one of the 
flearost, but not tp_e highest. In the City I would not be s^r^-rised if 
you were obliged to ^' ay, for txjo or more bodr oms 200-2^0 a month or 
more. Incidentally, our pl-ce for the price indicnted above hnd exce'lent 
centrrl heatin-^. . .f rom our Standpoint, anindisrenscble prer -qu? site. 



Pension, for most academicians, is imr-or>sibly hio*h-r :'icod. 
had it; Parker a-. well. 



Pinkneys 




The e^rlior you get there, the ^reater your chances 
apartment inexpensively. . . (relatively/ thxtxtscicx in 
Crie of my collenguos hcd the one we ^^ot for 1^0... h 
previous year. Before we got th re x-ze thougit v;e c 
thnt. i'/e spent better than two wooks af tor arrivin 
lock... and -/e h??Vü many French friends there, and s 
friends. Even so, th-t was the b' st /e could do. 
out x-ze regrettvd we h dn't taken a r^articulnr apt ( 
rm) for 200 a month, plus heat and eloctr'c. Jt wo 
x>re were to go again n xt y:::ar, to/rS?fd^8n apt jn th 
for y.^0 (or less of course). I7e used all the toc^^.n 



of findjng a decent 
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e »d had kbc« it the 
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oS siH^-*; nr ^^^^'''H "^^^^^-^1^ TribT there Is also a housin,^ ofÄ ce, 
ZmleZM^\,/.4''''^^t' ^^ f'^ Americ-.^n Church d -^ on th^. Seine (^r.lscoDsl/ 
S? v?/ i^^'r ^""^ not renulred). ./e tried everyt inf^ we could thini/ 
si^; n^i-H ^^K ^^^^^^^^ Allirmce Franchise (Blvd ^asrail). Wo put UT) 
rofir^:;^ 1 ^^^^^ -y. ^i-ied by contacting the police stations of the Do:.sibl^ 
rosiaential areas, and since I w.s a Fulbri^^hter, of c^^urse we also h-:d 
their aelp. Hous.ng Is, by all odds, the bi-gest nroblem, . .in Parls....-t 
l^ast it was the Iggers, and it wis ours. V/rite J-gern. He»s 
History at Dillard University in Nexv Orleans. He c^n teil you 
hon;r<sing and sehe lln-^ ^^roble^ns. 



European 
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^i;/e would not con^sidern anything th^.t did not hove'" central h-at, 
provicted either by mgt or by yourself on a "central heatin- arrangem-.nt" 
in your o-.^n kitchen. ..or eiTianatinn: from your own kitc^bn. Th^t would 
be our absolute prerejquisite. Anyt'-^ing x-jould take secmd pl-ce to th-t. 

Por all tnls depressing informntion I»m givin^ you, I nhn 1 expect, in 
return, a füll rpport giving us the benefit of your anpr^-^isal of the 
present Situation (1963-1;) when you»re over thare, or when you return. 

Y ou may be intorestod in a pediatrician. l^e learned äbout hlm inn tially 
irom a Prench physiclan who was here at Hayo doing research and -]so 
learnmg. ..though he himself teached in the U. of 'laris . . . ^^bout Araer. 
heart^surgery tec-niquea.. Tha.Pr.enGh he art SDe.ci allst' sends his chil-^ren 

rAo^V^o"^^^^^^''-^^^^'* ^^^ Charles Attal, 28 rue de la Fepiniere, tel 
LAB .33.13 (just happen to have it in our address book). You raay need 
peregoric, ec. but th^t can be reddily obtained if/o any prGPcr'ption in 
French pharrncci ::s. Drugs are one commodity. th^t we found to be veiy 
much 1 -s cortly, for the samo sort of thing (not the saine brand naine) 
as in US storos. 




l^e hope you h-ve an enjoyable and comfortable stay. Do let ur> te ^r 
from you« 



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Local Reservations-Biltmore Gar^a'^e 
Teletype 213 683 0410 * 

Statler Hotel. 930 Wilshire Bivd 
LA Union Depot 800 N Alameda 
Wilshre District Station) 

^iZ 1° ^,"7"f '^"''"'^ « Vermont) DU 5-7151 

+ Lockheed Air Terminal, Terminal BIdg , Burbank 

Beverly HHton Hotel, 9876 Wiishire B^d ^^ ''^'^ 

7mrH^ n"" ^°'^'' 3"' Sunset BIvd 
m Hollywood BIvd, Hollywooü 
Westwood Village, 10951 Wilshire BIvd 
• Bei Air Sands Hotel. 11461 Sunset BIvd 

603 VJ^eth St. (OcKnesfc * mternat.o«, Res" ai^S 

It^'rJ^^ 6830386 (Outbound only) ^* ^ "^^ 

3569 E Vernon Ave , Vernon (Trucks) 11; 7 ,nq<i 

7f« p"r?. ^c"'*'*""' "8 E 3rd St MA 9 2?? 

^18 E. Third St. (Truck Hdqtrs.) Zlllll 

ALL RATES SHOWN SÜBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOüT NOTICE 



MA 6-4841 

MA 6-3225 
MA 6-6623 

DU 5^7151 



CR 6 2021 
CR15I0I 
HO 2 6991 
GR 8 0473 



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FR 5 2666 11.00 l| 
HYatt4 0606 10.00 10 



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CAUrORNIA — Continued Day Rilt 

.nT. *""* '■"' ''^*°5 '■'"'8« 354-2550 10 00 10 

50 Saratoga Ave 

MARIN CITY Refer to Mill Valley) t^ 

X MARYSVIUE-422 4th St , Shingle Travel Agency WP 

^v„h,r , . . ^^^8384 10.00 10 

it Tuba County Airport 

MENIO PARK (See Palo Altöl 
X MERCEO -Yosemite Park & Curry Co. 
Southern Pacific Depot RA 30168 10.00 10 

ir Merced Municipal Airport 
# Santa Fe RR Depot 

MIUBRAE (Refer to San Mateo, Cal | 

X MIU VALLEY 460 Miller Street 3881812 1000 10 

MILPITAS (Refer to San Jose, Cal.) 
XMODESTO 1700 McHenry Ave 

(Johnnys Texaco Svc) LA 2 3236 10.00 10 

Munras at Frcmont 

►fiX Monterey Peninsula Airport fr 3.331g 

MORGAN HILL (Refer to San Jose, Cal ) 
MOUNTAIN VI£W-(SeePaloAlto) 
MOUNT SHASTA- Refer toDunsrnuir 
X NEWPORT BEACH--2800 W. Pacific Coast Hvvy 
(Shell Service Sta) «,5.2533 ,0.00 10 

X ♦ OAKLAND 480 21st Street (Cars) TE 2-3376 10 00 10 

Teletype 415 891 9191 ■>'■'. 00,0 lu.oo 10 

+ Oakland Municipal Airport . lO 2-2525 

• Southern Pacific-16th St Depot TE ?-137fi 

2801 San Pablo (Trucks) jE 2-4546 

OILOAIE (Refer to Bakersfield, Cal ) 
ONTARIO 
X4. Ontario Int I. Airport, Term BWg. YU 6-9645 10.00 10 

0RAN6E— Orange Airport— 

(Refer to Santa Ana) kI 3-8201 10.00 10 

X4 0XNAR0 -363 South OxnardBIvd HU 3-8169 1000 10 

PACIFIC GROVE (Serviced from Monterey, Cal ) 

M ADDRESS YOUR RESERVATIONS TO FIRST ADDRESS SHOWN 



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CAUFORNIA — Continued \f.'i>:'.,(, 

X PALM OESERT-lJerry Malone s Union Dil Service) 

^r-hway 111 & San Luis Rey Fl 6 6994 

^m rt Alf Hotel and Airpark-42 080 Rio de! Sol Road 

W ■:'"' Mirage, Calif) FA 8 3101 and Fl 6*137 

- ruLM SPRINGS 244 N. Indian Ave 324-31 7^ 

Teletype 714 321 7261 J-^^Ji/S 

X+ Palm Springs Airport, Terminal BIdg 

X ♦ PALO ALTO-4219 El Camino Real (Main 

Office) 

(Rickey's Studio Inn) 
TWX 415 492 9394 
Emerson & Lytton Sts (Downtown) 
(Chevron Service) 
X PARK MERCED - Ocean Avenue 4 J unipero 

Serra BIvd JU7iqin 

DiezFlying"A" Svc. Station ' iU / mo 

^'sSSepS'"'"''^^'"'^^^"' ^^^««34 

X PASO ROBLES— (Richfield Station) 

Hiwyl01&41 p,.,.nn 

4- Municipal Airport 238 3400 

PEBBIE BEACH - (Serviced from Monterey Cal ) 
X PITTSBÜRG-t lOth St. and Railroad Ave ' 
'Ballews Shell Service) Hf?finin 

X ♦ POMONA 215 North Main Street NA 2W^? 

+X Ontario Intemabonal Airport, Terminal BIdg YU 6 9645 
X RANCHO MIRAGE-Oejert Air Hotel 

42 080 Rio del Sol Road FÄ 8 3101 or Fl 6 6137 

+x REO BLUFF-Jim's Union Sta., 955 Main LA 7 3006 

♦ XREDDING-1325 Center St ch l-OP^I 

+ Municipal Airport CH 1-0233 

X REDONDO BEACH-Pkjsh Horse Inn, 

1700 Pacific Coast Highway ' FR8fi??? 

X REDWOOO CITY -1991 £1 Camino Real 368 1797 

X RIOGECREST 109 E. Ridgecrest ßlvd . Box 906 

iHucek Travel Svc.) cd c ,f^ 
+ (Inyokern Airport) Kern County Airport »8 

. '"^°^"" Cal FR 5 2666 

X « RIVERSIOE-3595 Market St OV 6 604q 

+ R.verside Airport gj^gj^ 

TELETYPE SERVICE AVAILABLE IN MOST MAJOR CITIES 



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DA 6 2009 10.00 10 



DA 6 8642 



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X* SACRAMENTO 1215 "K" Street (cars only) 
Teletype 916 444 7186 
•k Lobby, Senator Hotel 
• 12fhand"l'Streets 
•k Southern Pacific RR Station 

X Hotel El Rancho (West Sacramento) 3714486 

X»}. Sacramento Municipal Airport 

Airport Office 428 7454 

X 10701 Folsom eivd , Cordova Lodge 

(Rancho Cordova) 363-7334 

X 2849 Watt Avenue, Del Paso Union Svc 489-2441 

2121 Thirteenth Street (trucks only) Gl 3 6955 

X SAIIMAS— Monterey & John Sts. 

(R & H Texaco) 

ir South«rn Pacific RR Depot 

X ♦ SAH BERMARDWO-757 West 3rd Street. . .TU 5M70 10.00 10 
SAN CARIOS (Refer to San Mateo, Cal ) 



HA 2 1750 10.00 10 



X « SAN DIEGO 1356 6tti Ave BE 2 6801 

Teletype 714 231-0895 U 

El Cortez Hotel Lobby, 7th & Ash Streels. . . .BE 2-6801 
X«f. Lindberg Municipal Airport CV 7-4424 

Prospect and Fay Sts., La Jolla GL 4 5223 

(Richfield Service Station) 

lOOa "C" St . Coronsdo HE 5 1081 

• Santa Fe Depot ßE2 6801 

702 12th Ave (Trucks) BE 3-6 151 



10.00 10 



X ♦ SAN FRANCISCO-433 Mason Street 
(Pass Car Hdqtrs. and local reservations) 
Teletype 41 5 393-8459 
X 1 1 10 Van Ness Ave (Opposite lack Tar Hotel) 

(Reserve through 433 Mason Street) 
ir Southern Pacific Station, 3rd Street Sfa 
X 125 Sffvenson St 
X 433 Kearny St 
451 Post St 
(Domestic and International Reservation 
Office) Teletype 415 393 8239 
(Car leasing division) 1480 Folsom St 
1480 Folsom Street (3) (Trucks) 



PRI2200 10.00 10 



PRI2200 
PRI-2200 
PRI2200 
PRI2200 



A 



GR4 4100 
MA 1 9755 
UN 1 6870 



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CALIFORNIA — Continued 

X+ ^AN FRANCISCO INT AIRPORT 

f""'SSF5947 
i .JOSE 160 So. Market St 
r etype 408 287-6554 
4- ian Jose Municipal Airport 

Oasis Motel (across from IBM Plant) 
San Jose Inn, 1860 The Alameda 
1695 N. Fourth St. (Truck Hdqs ) 
X SAN MATEO— 3rd Avenue & El Camino 
(Andersons Service) 

X SAN PEDRO-200 W 7 St.. Cabrillo Auto 

(General Petroleum Serv Stal 
X SAN RAMEL-834 Irwin St 
X ♦ SANTA ANA-2502 N. Main St 
TWX 714 531-5451 
+ Orange County Airporf 
X ♦ SANTA BARBARA 
801 Chapala St. 
+ Airport— United Airlines 

SANTA CLARA (Refer to San Jose. Cal ) 
X SANTA CRUZ (Brownies Mobile) 
1102 Pacific Ave. 
X* SANTA MARIA -1035 West Main St 

Teletype SMRA 8937 
+ Airport 
X SANTA MONICA 
4- Santa Monica Municipal Airport, 
3306 Airport Ave 

1551 Ocean Ave 

X SANTA ROSA 1075 Santa Rosa Ave. . 
SARATOCA (Refer to Los Gatos. Cal ) 
SAUSALITO-(Refer to Mill i/altey) 
X SEPULVEOA 8500 Sepulveda BIvd 

TWX 213 876-4035 (Hollywood) 
X SQUAW VALLEY Union Oil Svc Sta (Winter 
X « STOCRTON-SOO E Main St 
X-}. Bridgetord Flying Service, Stockton Field 
ir Santa Fe Railroad 
• Hotel Clark 



Dty Rjti 

rel. N« 24 Hr Per Mi. 

Jüno9 2155 

CY 2-5100 10.00 10 

CY2 4599 

225-0320 

293-9361 
CY 5-6857 

013 3285 10.00 10 

TE 2-7066 10.00 10 

GL 4 6357 10.00 10 
Kl 3 8201 10.00 10 

Kl 3 8201 
WO 5 6596 10.00 10 



GA6 3366 10.00 10 
WA 5 1305 10.00 10 



WA 5-1305 



10.00 



EX 1-1282 
395-0211 
LI 2 5500 10.00 10 



EM 4 7373 10.00 10 

Only) 10 00 10 

HO 4 1545 10.00 10 
HO 4 1545 



ADDRESS YOUR RESERVATIONS TO FIRST ADDRESS SHOWN 



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RE 9442Ö 
TE 5-5525 



MI 2-2828 



X SUNHYVALE-Lamplighter Lodge, 
820E El Camino Real 

♦ XTRACY-202 West UthSt 

TRONA (Refer to Rigdecrest. Ca!) 
TRUCKEE (Refer to Crystal Bay, Nevada) 

XVAUEiO 800 Marin St 

(Opposite Casa De Vallejo Hotel) 

VAN0ENBER6 AIR FORCE BASE- 

(Refer to Santa Maria, Cal ) 

X VAN MÜYS 7240 Hayventiurst Ave TR 3 4494 

TWX 213 876 4035 (Hollywood) 
+ Van Nuys Airport 

X ♦ VENTURA-2885 £. Main St. MI 8 1965 

♦ VERNON— 3569 E Vernon Ave. (Trucks only) LU 2 3095 
X4- VISAIIA -Municipal Airport . . rf 2-4422 

(Route 4. Box 252) 
X WESTWOOD VILU6E-1095I Wllshire ßlvd GR 8 0473 
4- Santa Monica (Airport), 3306 Airport Ave . . EX 11282 
X WHITTIER 13320 E Wtiittier BIvd 0X8 4207 

(General Petroleum Serv Sta.) (Cor. Painter & 
Whittier BIvd.) 

X WOODUND -East & Main Streets 
(PO Box 935) 

X YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK 

Yosemite Park & Curry Co 

YUBA CITy-(Refer to Marysville, Cal ) 

COLORADO 

ARVAOA (Refer to Denver) 
X+ ASPEN— (c Little Percent Taxi) 
318 Soutli Mill, Box 687 
AURORA (Refer to Denver. Colo Airport) 
X* BOULDER 1765- 14ttl St 

Boulder Airport (Pickup & delivery) 
BROOMFIELO (Refer to BoukJer, Colo ) 
X» COLORADO SPRINGS ,ooo 

+ Petersen Field, Box 769 ' üi 3-7753 

(Send all mail to Box 769) 
Teletype 303 473 1042 



Oay Rate 
24 Hr PerM) 



MO 2 8601 



FR 2 4694 



I0.00_^ 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 

lo.oa 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 

10 00 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 



WA 5-7368 10.00 10 
Hl 3 3520 10 00 10 



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COlOftADO Continuad 

if Rio Grande Railroad Depot 
"^■^^nta Fe Railroad Depot 

%jitte and Cascade, Piercealls Std Svc 
«fiperial ■•400" Motel Call for delivery 
(Send all mail to Box 769) 

♦ X DENVER 

1640 Broadway, (local reservations) 
Teletype 303 292 1918 

yj. [^'TJ^''^'° ^""^ ■ 2690 S Colorado ßlvd 
x-i- Stapleton Municipal Air Field 
+ Clinton Aviation. Stapleton Airfield 

* Union Station 

* Albany Hotel 

• Brown Palace Hotel 

• Denver Hilton Hotel 

* ßrandin' Iron 

• Cosmopolitan Hotel . 

Denver Club Building 



Tel No 



6336200 
633 6200 



Oay 

24 Hr 



litt 

Per Mi 



AM 6 0591 10.00 10 

SK 6-8357 
AM 6 0591 

DE 3 15.38 
AM 6 0591 
AM 6 0591 
AM 6 0591 
AM 60591 
AM 6 0591 
AM 6-0591 



1 



292 2390 
Bnnm<;-)0(n . (l'noanswer)AM6 0591 

4605 Jackson St. (Trucks Only) 399 1691 

EOGEWATER-(Refer to Denver) 
ENGLEWOOO-(Refer to Denver) 

XESTESPARK 261 Moraine Drive S8fi3ini 

■Direcf all telephone reservations to Boulder Colo ) 

' L°" "^?^ 2°^ ^ College Ave 482-4260 

Municpal Airport (Pickup and delivery serv.ee) 

X GLENWOOD SPRJNfiS-714 Grand Ave. (L.ttle 



10.00 10 



1100 II 



Percent Taxi) 
• Denver Ä Rio Grande RR Sta 

GOLOEN-(Refer to Denver) 

^♦G»*ND FUNCTION 251 Colorado Ave , 

Teletype 303 242 2431 
+ Walker Field Airport 

LAKEWOOD (Refer to Denver) 

lITTLETON-iReferto Denver) 



WH 5-5726 10.00 10 



CH 3 0747 
CH3 0747 



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15 



COLORADO Continuad 



Tel Na. 



X lONGMONT-Dick Moody's Rentals, 

506 Fifth Ave PR 6-5667 

(after hours) PR 6-4301 
MANITOU SPRtNGS-(Refer to Colorado Sprlngsj 

X « PUEBLO 501 North Grand LI 2 5563 

+ Pueblo Memorial Airport WH 8 3355 

ir Terminal BIdg. 

TRINIDAD- (Serviced through Raton, New Mexico) 

U.S. Air Force Acad«my-(Reter to Colorado Springs) 

WESTMINSTER-^(Refer to Denver) 

WHEAT RIOGE -(Refer to Denver) 



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24 Hr 



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CONNECTICUT 

X« BRIOGEPORT -508 Fairfield Avenue (3). 

X DANBURY-40 50 Federal Rd. (Route 7) 

P O.Box 768 
if New Englander Motor Inn 

DARIEN (Refer to Stamford, Conn.) 

X 6REENWICH-N Y . NH & H RR Sta. 

X ♦ HARTFORD 84 High Street 

Teletype 203 2780609 
+ Bradley Field-<Windsor Locks) 

Hotel Statler 
if Hotel Bond 
•k N Y , N.H. & H. RR. Station 

X MILFORO -1023 Boston Post Read 
X « NEW HAVEN 260 Crov»n Street (10) 
if New Haven Municipal Airport 
if New Haven Motor Inn 
it Union RR. Sta 

20 Fulton St (Trucks Only» 

X NEW LONOON-Carry's & Larrys Texaco 

283 Broad St 

4< Irumbull Airport, Ne« Haven R R Sta 

NORWALX-^See South Norwalk) 
X RID6EFIELD Danbury Road & Grove St , 
Bob's Community Auto Svc 



ED 5-2103 11.00 II 
PI 8-5618 10.00 10 



T09-4115 11.00 II 
.JA 2-9186 10.00 10 



NA 3 3146 
JA 5-4000 



1000 10 
SP 7 6861 10.00 10 



HO 7 1611 

Gl 2 8745 10.00 10 
Gl 2 8745 

.)!• I.'ilj 

10 8 8267 II '06 tl 



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CONNECTICUT Continued Diy 

Tel No. 24 Hr 

X* SOUTH NORWALK- 174 Connecticut Ave TE8 557I 1100 

'^«jgSTAMFORD 74 North State St (Hdqs) DA 4 3131 1 1 00 

K ii^^ 8 South Street (Maiimg address) 
>>\,k1"y, NH & Hartford RR DA 4 3131 

'^ Roger Smith Hotel. River Street DA 3 21 12 

X ♦ WATERBURY 320 E Main St PL 4-9189 10 00 

X WEST HARTFORD-2507 Albany Ave , Mountain View 

Svc Sta , Bishop's Corners 523-8253 10 00 

X* WESTPORT 44WiltonRoad CA 7 3003 . 1 1 .00 

X WIHOSOR LOCKS— Bradley Field NA 3 3146 10.00 

DELAWARE 

♦ X DOVER -Treadway Inn, Lockerman St RE4 7481 10.00 

♦ X HEWARK-Stiltz Ine , 13 Cleveland Ave EN 8 3641 

Send all reservations to Wilmington 
+x NEWCASTLE-Greater Wilmington Airport EA8 5155 10 00 

orEA 8-2136 
(Send all reservations to Wilmington) 

X « WILMINGTON 1218 French St (Main Office) OL 8 7587 10 00 

if Pennsylvania RR. Station OL 8 7587 

Front & French Sts 

+ Greater Wilmington Airport EA8 5155 or EA8 2136 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

X* WASHINGTON 1622 'L Street, NW ;CarsJ NA 8 5600 10 00 
Teletype 202 965-0475 

2645 (ionnecticut Ave, NW NA 8 5600 

Statler Hofe' Lobby, 16th & K". N.W NA 8 5600 

Mayflower Hotel NA 8 5600 

Willard Hotel, Lobby NA 8-5600 
Marriott Motor Hotels, Ine 

Twm Bridges, US. Rt 1 NA 8 5600 

•<ey Bridge NA 8 5600 

♦ Roger Smith Hotel NA 8 5600 
if Southgate Motor Hotel. Shirley Hwy & 

S Glebe Rd NA 8 5600 

Union Railroad Depot NA 8 5600 

X+ Washington National Airport NA 8 5600 

1613 "K" St NW (Domesfic and International 

Reservation Office! NA 8 5600 

TElETYPE SERVICE AVAiLABLE IN MOST MAJOR CITIFS 



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10 
II 
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DISTWCT O, COlüMBIA-<:o„»i„u.d 

Teletype WA 745 '" "' 

7600 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda.Md 654 7135 

jjjOO Georgia Ave , Wheaton, Md ^ kill 

4444 W,lson BIvd , Arlington, Va. . 524 W7 

201 Que Street N.W., (1) (Trucks Only) NU 7.33 fl 

FLORIDA 

ANNA MARU -(Reserve through Bradenton, Fla ) 

APOPKA (Reserve through Orlando, Fla ) 

ATUMTIC BEACH-(Serviced through 
Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) 

BALOWIM (Serviced through Jacksonville Fla ) 
BAL HARBOR-(Referfo Miami Beach, Fla.) 
BAVARB^ (Serviced through Jacksonville Fla ) 

^M""AT0M-Cove66Serv.Sta 
r, ,^ E "'"sboro BIvd., Deerfield 39Q.4fi« 

FtLauderdaleTWX 305 587 1021 JS9-4633 

(Refer all reservations to Ft. Lauderdale Fla ) 
Winter Rates Effective December 15 ' 

BOH.TA SPRIMS ^(Reserve through Naples Fla) 

BOyNTONBEACH-(RefertoDelray Beach Fla) 
X BRADENTON 1201 - 9th Strppt w«» ,., „ 

Wmter Rates- Effective November r' ''^'^^^ 

BüNNEll (Reserve through Oayfona Beach Fla) 
CALUHAN- (Serviced through Jacksonville Fla) 
CAPE CANAVERAL -(Refer toCocoa Beach Via) 
^ Sf^"**^^"-^' N. Fort Harnson Street 44fi.?w7 
Winter Rates-Effective November 1 ^"^^ 

ClEHMONT- (Reserve through Orlando, Fla) 
X COCOA 742 South Cocoa BIvd (U S 1) 

Fitch Sunoco Svc Station . . nr?mn, 

X COCOA BEACH-400Wes' Orange Ave 
Teletype 305 7833255. SU -7771 4 su 3 3983 

CORAlGABlES-(RefertoM,amiFla) '*'"''^^ 
CRAWFOROVim-(Refer tr. T.llahassee) 



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PIORIDA—Contlnued 



tM^ 



CRISCENT BEACH (Serviced through 
St Augustine. Fla.) * 



T«iH, 2?ii: 



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^n.CRESTV,EW (Serviced from Ft. walton Beach.. Ra) 
"^ IS »'«"-Crystal River Air Terminal, 

Winter Rates-Effective November 1 ' ^^ ^^"" '°°°.„-f<i 

OANIA (Servedby Ft. Lauderdale Fla) 

'SSlUiÄoS;^,^'« ^«-3681 10.«. 

'°""8rH",^H'=''^''-66Serv.Sta. '''''" 

F. LaaUe'S??«;^"' ^'«■^"^ '° 00 

(Send all reservations to Ft. Lauderdale) 
OtlANO-Municipal AirportHRefer to Daytona Beach) 
XOElRAYBEACH-lieiEast Atlant«: ' 

Winter Rates- Effective DeceSri 5 ' ^^^"^^ "^'«'"^' '°'<^ 

EAüeALll£-(Referfo Melbourne, Fla) 
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE-EgImField 

Teletype 305 587 1021 ^"™*''^ 

• Florida EastCoasfR R.Station 

• Sunny South Aircraft 

ADDRESS VOUR RESERVATIONS TO FIRST ADDRESS SHOWN ,9 



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Tel. Ni. 



Dfy 
24 Hr. 



564-6386 
564-4410 



ir Mackey Aircraft Svc. 

Port Everglades 
X Beach Club Hotel, 3100 N. Ocean ßlvd 
X Bahia Mar Yacht Center, 

Ft Lauderdale Municipal Marina 564-6386 

X ♦ FORT MYERS-2070 First St ED 4-0561 and 4 4591 

+ Airlines Terminal BIdg , Page Field 

Winter Rates Etfective November 1 
♦ FORT MYERS BEACH 
(Send all reservations fo Fort Myers, Fla.J 

♦ X FORT PIERCE 430 N 4tt) Street . . (Oay) HO 1 3309 

(Bashinski Enterpfises) (Nigtit) HO 1 0616 

Greyhound Bus Terminal 

X FORT WALTON BEACH 124 Fast Main St 

Box 717 Teletype 305 243-2611 . GH 3-3756 

• Miramar East Motel, 101 East Main St 
if Destin Airport 

X ♦ GAINESVILlE-808 W University Avenue 
GOLDEN BEACH-(Refer to Miami Beach, Fla., 
8ULFBREEZE~(Serviced from Pensacola, Fla.) 
HAILANOALE (Refer to Miami Beach, Fla.) 
HAWTHORNE-IServiced through Gainesville. Fla.) 
HttLEAH (Refer to Miami. Fla ) 
HILISBORO BEACH -The Hillsboro Club (Guests Only) lo.OO 



PH F Olson 

Teletype Ft. Lauderdale 305 587 1021 

(Send reservations to Ft. Lauderdale) 

Winter Rates -Effective December 15 
X HÖBE SOUND 

eitles Service Sta , US 1 & Bridge Rd 

Winter Rates Effective December 15 
X HOLLYWOOD-402 N Dixie Hwy. WA 3 6533 

(opposite Florida East Coast Ry Station) 

Winter Rates affective December 15 

HOLLYWOOD BYTHE-SEA Refer to Miami Beach, Fla ) 
X HOMESTEAO-283 Sobth Krome Ave., U S 1 Cl 7 1626 

Winter Rates-Effective December 15 



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10.00 10 



10.00 10 



10.00 10 



FR 6 5600 10.00 10 



WH 1 2220 



546-5506 10.00 I I 



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FLORIDA — Continued 

^'"'''*^""TIC-C<,,R,Aj^^^^ 
^1^-^. TWX (See Cocoa Beach) 

^na ISLAMORAOA- Yacht Basin (P ßox 151) 
\nn (Florida Keys) 

fn- Winter Rates-Effective December 15 
X « JACKSONVILLE 304 Pearl St 

S^o^^^a^^'^'^*^"^'^^"-' 

3202 Hendricks Ave 

6435 Roosevelt BIvd. 

+ Imeson Municipal Airport 

• Union Terminal -1000 West Bay St 

1370 West State St. (Truck Hdqtrs) 

XMCKSONVILiEBEACH-BeachTireCo 

807 No First St 

X KEY BISCAYNE-396Crandon ßlvd 
Winter Rates -Effective December 15 

'"<"*«T,3845 North Roosevelt BIvd 

Hohday 66 Svc Sta Box 1206 

Winter Rates - Effective December 15 

KISSIMMEE (Reserve through Orlando Fla ) 

'*,nfT-"L^.*'^"^^^"^«»sAve 
Winter Rates-Effective November 1 



T...N. Ä P.VS, 

PA 3-1810 10.00 10 

MA4742 10 00 II 

EL 4-5474 lO.OO JO 



398-3026 
388-2177 
EL 3-5364 

EL 3 8245 

CH 9-4231 10.00 10 
361-5429 10.00 II 

CY 4-2866 10 II 



X LAKE WORTH-807 North Dixie Highway 
Winter Rates-Effective December 15 ■ 

UUOEROAIEBYTHESEAS- 

(Served by Ft. Lauderdale) 

X LEESBÜRfi-C Wings, Ine 
+ Municipal Airport 

LONSBOAT KEV-(Reserve through SaVasota 

''*SGSd^'^""^^^^^^-*'5-« 
Winter Rates -Effective November 1 
MARATHOM-i(Refer to Marathon Shores; 

MARATHON SHORES -PO Box 3225 

(Simone's Tours) U S 1 
Winter Rates-Effective December 15 



MU3 4727 10.00 10 
585-0811 10.00 II 



ST 7 5128 10.00 10 

Fla) 

3912750 (0.00 10 



743-6100 10.00 II 



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nomOA — Continued bay «ni 

Tll.No 24 Nr. PifMt. 

MARINEUNO (Served by St Augustine. Fla ) ' 

MAYPORT (Served by Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) ' * 

X+ McCOY AIR FORCE BASE Civilian Passenger 

Terminal (Reserve through Orlandg). ..... ,855-3050 10.00 10 

X MELBOURNE- 
4- Melbourne Airport PA 3-3414 10.00 10 

Teletype (See Cocoa Beach) 

X « MIAMI 666 Biscayne BIvd (Passenger Car 

Headquarters and reservatlons) FR 7-4601 10 00 ii 

Teletype 305 696-4810 w n 

Winter Rates Effective December 15 
<k-Columbus Hotel FR 7 4601 

X Dupont Plaza Hotel 371-6050 

X+ Miamt International Airport, Terminal BIdg NE 5-5301 iooo II 
Winter Rates Effective December 15 
Teletype 305 696 4819 

4301 N.W. 27th Ave. (Trucks Only) NE 3 5383 

MIAMI BEACH 
v?77ir,'"/i'n^'' *."*""' JE^-^Sei 10.00 II 

X 1//JÜ Collins Avenue Wl 52671 

Oeauville Hotel, 6701 Collins Avenue UN 6-3191 nM*ll.:>Ml 

X Americana Hotel, 9701 Collins Avenue UN 5 7601 

Eden Roc Hotel, 4525 Collins Ave JE 4-4841 

X Fontainebleau Hotel, 4441 Collins Ave JE 1 5788 

Winter Rates- Effective December 15 

MIITOH (Serviced from Pensacola, Fla Airport offic«) 

MONTICEILO (Refer to Tallafiassee. Fla.) 
X MT DORA Cor 5th & Alexander ,,EV 3-9933 I0.<» ./O 

MYRTLE BROVE-fServiced from Pensacola. Fla ) 
X MPLES-990 Fifth Avenue. South MI 2-3850 IOOO II 

x+ Naples Airport (Naples Air Service) MI 2 3454 

Winter Rates Effective December 15 

NEPTUME BEACH iServed by Jacksonville Beach, Fla ) 
HEWBERRY (Served by Gainesvftle Fla ) ' 

X NEW SMYRHA BEACM-Beachside Gulf Svc. GA 8-9226 100(5 10 
Winter Rates - Effective November 1 
(Refer to Daytona. Fla ) 

» ADDRESS YOUR RESERVATIONS TO FIRST ADDRESS SHOWN 






/ 






FLORIDA — Continued 

NORTH MIAMI BEACH (Reserve through 

Miami Beach, Fla.) 



T(l. Nt. 



0*y Ratt 
24 Hr. PirMJ. 



)CALA-308 Fast Silver Springs BIvd MA 9-3672 10.00 10 

ORANGE PARK (Served by Jacksonville, Fla.) 



X* ORLANDO 340 342 N. Orange Avenue 

Teletype 305 275 0844 
* Atlantic Coast Line Station 
X^. Municipal Airport, Terminal BIdg. 

Ellinor Village 

103 S Orange Blossem Trail (trucks) 

X ORMOND BEACH-Aqua Terrace Motel 
(Refer to Daytona Beach) 
Winter Rates -Effective November 1 

X PALM BEACH 375 S County Rd. (Hdqtrs ) 

Teletype 305 8330570 
f Palm Beach International Airport Service 
X 1430 Southern BIvd , West Palm Beach 
Winter Rates- Effective DecfTiber 15 



CA 2 4596 10.00 10 

GA 5-1334 
CH 1-3672 
CR 72517 10.00 10 



8325161 10.00 
683 5666 



10.00 10 



(Service to F.E.C. and SA L Railroads) 

PALM BEACH SHORES (Reserve through ^alm Beach) 

X PANAMA CITY 

+ (PO. Box 682) Panama City Airport Populär 3-2262 
Teletype 305 785 3982 
UOlHarrison 

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE (Reserve through 
Cocoa Beach. Fla ) 

X PENSACOLA -Lobby of San Carlos Hotel. . HE 3-1977 IOOO 

PO. Box 1 1 73, Municipal Airport 
+ Terminal BIdg HE 8 5832 or HE 3-0562 

Teletype 305 476 2571 
if Townhouse Motor Hotel. 16 West Cervantes St. 

X POMPANO BEACH -327 N Dixie Highway WE 3-4913 IOOO 
(Send all reservations to f t Lauderdale) 
Winter Rates Effective December 15 

PONTE VEORA BEACH (Served by Jacksomrille, Fla ) 
TELETYPE SERVICE AVAILABIE IN MOST MAJOR CITIES 



II 



10 



II 



FLORIDA-Continucd 

til.W 
PORT EVERGUDES (Service« (hrough Fl. Lauderdale) 



NE 21271 
ED 4 1276 



HE 6 4750 



X PUMT* eOROA 263 Tam.ami 
(Send all reseivations to Fort Myers Fla ) 
Winter Rates- Effective November 1 
QUINCY (Refer to Tallah*ssee, Fla.) 

X ST. Aü6üSTI«_c/o Greyhound Bus Station 

61 Cordova St 

(Refer to Jacksonville) 
ST. CLOUO- (Reserve through Orlando, Fla) 
X ♦ ST. PETERSBURG 784 Central Ave 7 9508 & 7 9509 

Winter Rates- Effective November 1 
+XSt. Petersburg Clearwatei Airport 
Tertnlnal Building 
Teletype 813 544 5585 
X ♦ ST PETERSBURG BEACH 443 Corev Ave 
Winter Rates Effective November 1 
SANFORO (Reserve through Orlando, Fla.) 

XSARASOTA-UUMam Street 9583153 

Winter Rates Effective November 1 
it Sarasota Bradenton Airport 
it Seaboard Airline Railroad 
•k Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Landmark Hotel, Lido Beach 388-3621 

X SEBRING 42 N. Ridgewood [v 5-8940 

Winter Rates Effective November I 
SEMINOLE BEACH (Served by Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) 
SHALIMAR (Serviced from Ft. Walton Beach Fla ) 
X SOUTH MIAMI 5830 Sunset Drive MO 6-2516 

Winter Rates Effective December 15 
X STUART- 2 1 1 S Federal High»»ay AT 7-2 1 20 

AT 7 1831 (Nights & Sun ) 
SURESIDE (Reserve through Miami Beach, Fla.) 
X>fi TALLAHASSEE Municipal AKpoft Lobby 222 17?^ 

Duval Hotel Lobby ' 222 1686 

X * TAMPA -405 E LaFayette 229-8334 

(Cars and Reservations Only) 
Winter Rates Effective November I 
2449 N Westshore ßlvd (Business Office). a76«188 



On Rati 

24 Hr. PirMi 

10.00 l» 



VA 9 5313 10.00 10 



1000 10 



3627711 10.00 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 1 1 

lÖ.OO 10 

10.00 10 

10.00 10 

Ji^3T«01 



«4 ALL RATES SHOWN SUBJECT TO CHANCE WITHOUT NOTICE 



ENGLAND Continued 

X BIRMINGHAM Bridge St off Broad St 

^aT '^fORD 475LeedsRoad 

f'oE '-°'- '^^^^'^ MultiStory Car Park, Nelson St 

-....iiitülFF, WALES (Reserve through Bristol) 

X COWEMTRY Martin's Garage, London Road 

X GRANTHAM-The Old Brewery, 56 London Road 

X HALIFAX Salterhebble Hill 

XLEEOS Hanison Street 

X LIVERPOOL 1 Mount Pleasant 



•.*•( • »h . 



Ttt. Nk. 

.. Midland 4700 

62558 

294044 

Toll Bar 3344 
Grant<iaml971 

67117 

. Leedj3-6031 
Royal 101 : 



X MANCHESTER -27280 Chapel Street, Sal.ord 3. . . . . OeanS«36 

Peter House, St Peter s Square Cent/aJ 7777 

Manchester Airport, Rmgway Meicü,. ^oÜeVIII 

X MEWCASTLE UPON TYNt- 30 Nev.ll, St (1) ^ 

Newcastle fWoolsington) Airport 
OLDHAM 291 Manchester Road 

XPLYMOÜTH Sherwell Arcade 



ROCHDALE Rochdale Motor Garages I td. Oldham Rd 

X SOÜTHAMPTON No 10 Gate, New Docks 

WIGAN Stringfellow Bros,, Ltd., 3/5 Library Stre«f ■ 

WOLVERHAMPTOH Charles Altwood S Son Ltd 
Wellington Road, Bilston 

FIJI ISLANDS 



21006 

.» M8ml424 

.61023 

(After hours 68169) 

Rochdale 4191 

.,-28001 

Wigan2164 

Bilstön 41538 



SUVA G PO Box 55 
+ Nadi International Airport 

FRANCE 

X PARIS— 43, rue Bayen 

Telex Hertzfr 2022, 21675 
+ Orly Airport 
+ Le Bourget Airport 

2 bis, Rue de llglise, Neuilly surseine 

y u,rt'^^''f,''"'°"n'1 1*'"" ""^^ '^^"'6 Hertichauf) ' 
X NICE California Park, Promenade Des Anglais Prolongee 
Telex Hert/tr 2022,46849 * 

7 rue Maccarani 
+ Nice (Cdte d'Azur) Airport 



3854 
121 



ET065 75 

P0R5I41 

BOT 98-90 

MAIIIot 37-27 

86-67 Ol 



8619-47 



105 



FRANCE — Continuad 

TU. Ni. 

X ÄGEH 5, cours de Belgique jij.nfj 

X AIX EN PROVENCE 35, Bd de la Republique *' 
X ALBERTVILLE-Oewiation Nationale. 90 
X ANNEMASSE 32. rue du Chablais 

X ARRAS 95 rue de Cambrai .'.';:V. 1011 

X AVIGNON 11, Bd Raspail (ChauffeurOriven Service »vailable) 81 09 60 

X BAYONNE -La Residence, PI des Basques 514.35 

X BELFORT 7 Ave Wilson 28- 30-56 

X BEZIERS 11 Av Jean Moulin 28-50-75 

+ BIARRrTZ (PARME) AIRPORT (Reserve throughBayonne) 

X BORDEAUX— 165, rue Croix de Seguey 48-5045 

+ Bordeaux (Merignac) Airport 447543 

(All Reservations to 165, rue Croix de Seguey) 
X BOULOGNE (Reserve through Paris) 

X CAGNES SUR MER 103 bis, BIvd. de la Plage 82 38 75 

X CALAIS 38, Place d'Armes 34-52-33 

X CANNES 147, Rue d'Antibes 39 22 06 

X CHALON SUR SOANE 22 Ouai St. Come 25 59 

X CHAMBERY 20, Ave des Ducs de Savoie 34 25 99 

X CHERBOURG— 143, avenue de Paris 347 

X CLERMONT FERRAND 18 Bis Rue Andre Moinier. 02 93 
+ COINTRIN AIRPORT (Reserve through Annemasse) 

X DAX— 100, av St Vincent de Paul 1 05 

X OCAUVIUE— 1, rue Mirabeau 88 31 67 

OIEPPE -39, quai Henri IV -(Reserve through Rouen) 84 17-81 

X DINARD— 11, rue de la Poste 4610-69 
OIVONNE lES BAINS (Reserve through Annemasse) 
DUNKERQUE (Reserve through Paris) 

X EVIAN Avenue d'Abondance 1 qn 

X 6REN0BU-24, Bd. du Marechal Foch 44^31 89 

X JUAN-IES-PINS 4. avenue Louis Galtet 34.18 15 
X LE HAVRE 30, Ave Foch 4239.38 4 42 53 74 

X LISIEUX 57 Bd Sainte Anne 62-02 78 

LOü«DES-(Reserve through Tarbes) 

X LYOH-23, averwe Filix Faure 60 55-08 

106 



«ANCE— Contlnued \^^,^>-^^^^, 

xittKILlES 36-38 BIvd Charle. Nedelec 20 M^ 

#^ai ' Paris Palace Promenade Du Midi 35 g; 34 

xlr °.^.l«"fi ^^ !? '^' " '^'"""'"'"'^ '^68 16 * 72 48 86 

X itiv^.iüUSE 8 rue Wilson ., .- ., 

X NANCY ISruedeSerre ,™ 

X NANTES- 8 rue Sullv ,. ■^"54 20 

XORIEANS ,9 rue tnnier ''''''K^l^l 

XPAU 16 Cours Bosquet „ff 

X PERPIGNAN 47, av du Marechal Leclerr 34 .Jf : 

XRENNES 29Bouleva,dßeaümont tVi^^ 

XROÜEN lOrueduGalGiraud.. Z^t 

XST. BRIEUC 16 rue Jules Ferry.... ''■•"" '''o{Jtr>Z 

X SIE. MAXIME Garage Azur / • ■•■-'■■ 21 9842289 

X.ST.RAPHAEL 12, rue Gambetta .J 

ST. TROPEZ (Reserve through St Raphael) 

X SALLANCHES-Garage des Alpes ' 

X SALON DE PROVENCE 8, allees de Craponne , 40 

X STRASBOURG 4b faubourg National ^y^itt 

X TARBES 24, rue du 4 Septembre u^ 

X THONON LES BAINS- 10, Bd des Barns ,1^ 

X TOULOUSE -34 35 Bd de la Gare ' V;:.^ 

XTOÜRS 6,RueParment,er' • ...,,-,...... ^"l"?^ 

XVICHY-12, ave Victoria '^^YVtHV "^" 

GERMANY 

i Krl^Jorr ''^'"''^'^^ AH'^Ke 54 ;,,5.2, 

Tele!;"4'l3"lf ' '"««^-'''«^0««- Outbound Only) 291624 / 29^1 70 J 

X BERLIN Mullerstrasse, 8 .,,'„■ 

X BADEN BADEN langestrasse 6367 „■?, 

X BREMEN -Schleifmuehle 70 ,Jr?: 

' SSr '"'"''''' '«^'«^ '° «-- Ottice, f^2 

XCOtMUt-Aachwer Str 68 91,,..,. 

X DUSSELDORF Marschaltstrasses 44 5105 

1 107 



GfRMANY — Continuad 

X HAMBURG Drehbahn. 24 
4- Hamburg Airport 

X HAMNOVER— 4 Theaterstrasse 

X HEIDELBERG Oreikonigstrasse 15 

X MUNICH Arnultstrasse 50 

■I- Munich Airport 

X NUREMBERG -Bayreutherstrasse 26A 

X STUTTGART -Hohenstaufer)strasse 18 
►f. Stuttgart Airport 

X WIESBAOEM— Webergasse 5 
(Service auailable in other German eitles through this otfice ) 
Chauffeur Oriven Service Available at All Above Cities 



2, Queensway 



GIBRALTAR 
GREECE 



TU Ni 
34 4Q6C 

>';■ 

59 4638 

S22 31 
7 3044 

205 73 



700 



912-545 & 914-068 



XATHENS 73, SyngrouAve. " 

GUADELOUPE 

POINTE-A-PITRE 1 1 Rue Achille Rene Boisneuf 

GUAM, (Mariana Islands) 

AMM-P.O. Box 1209 

HAITI 

PORT-AU-PRINCE 360 Avenue Jean Jacques Oessalines. ... .31-34-3772 



950 



.44-7172 



HOLLAND 

X AMSTERDAM 7, Lod Boisotstraat 
Telex 2021/14223 

Amsterdam Hilton 

ROTTERDAM (Reserve through Amsterdam) 

HONG KONG 

KOWLOON 483C Castle Peak Road 
Chauffeur Driven Service Available 



8 21^3 
82103 

Koy<loon 85-5346/7 



'NDIA ,„^ 

«-^ElHI P.O. Box 228, Janpath 45857 4 47697 

TEHERAN^ AJuminum BIdg., 79 Shah Ave, 60?ni f,mu 
(Reserve through Teheran for other cities throughouf Iran) '^^"'""'^^ 

IRELAND 

X DÜBUM-Baggot Street Bridge 53221 

X CORK-Patrick Street Bridge 2 48 90 

X LIIIERICK-4, Sarsfield Street . .y ^ 

(Service is available from Shannon Airport) 

Chauffeur Driven Service Available at Above Cities 

NORTH IRELAND 

X BEirAST-95-117 Crumlin Road 747222 

ISRAEL 

X JERUSALEM- 8 Shamai St. ,.ccc ,cn7c ,», u., 

„.„. , . 24556-25076 Night 

:HAIfA-l Nordau St. ' 

TELAVIV-7 Bograshov St „„„ 

Dan Hotel Building 223017 

Chauffeur Oriven Service Available at Above Cities 

ITALY 

: BARI Piazza Roma, 15/B , 
Can Serve Brindisi. Foggia. Taranto 

BOLOGNA Via Marconi 30A „, ,^, 

(Can serve Rimini) -JJb.Ib/ 

CAGLIARI (Saminla) Pwih Matteotti 1 53 753 

CATAHIA (Sieily) Via Viftorio Emanuele. Orlando 8A 247 M? 

(Can Service Taormina) ^'*i o6^ 

FLORWCE Via Maso Finiguerra. 8 «p ,«. 

(Can Service Pisa) i'M-Aii 



100 



ITALY — Continued ^j, ^^ 

X GENOA -Piazza Brignole, 22/R ^1*9 

X MIUN Centro PIrelli, Via F Filzl 22 652-437 & d 

XMAPLES ViaMedina, 67 . , W 

X PALERMO (Sicily) Via Liberta. lOt ks " w 

X ROME Via Sallustiana. 28 464-866 S 464-349 

4- Fiumicmo Airport 601448 

X TURIN Via Bruno Buozzi, 10 523232 4 521186 

X VENICE Piazzale Roma S Chiara, Wi,CAl^ftt- 89-324 

CHAUFFEUR DRIVEN SERVICE OMtY 

Cable Address: Hertzchaut , 

X FLOKENCE Piazzale Porta Romana, lOr 221I2'2 

XGENOA Arctiivolto S Brigida, 7 6164«i 

X MILAN Piazza Aspromonte. 28 278 366 

X NAPLES Via S. Lucia 136 39-2311 

X ROME Piazza Mignanelli, 18 , 689-085 

X TURIN Strada del Portone, 5? blif, P.O Box 412 399 801 

xVtWCI-PiazzaleRoma, S. Ctiiara, 517 .23.000 



JAMArcX 



X MONTEGO BAY~19. Gloucester Street 

Airport 
X KINGSTON 

Harbour & Fast Sts. 

International Airport : .■;/'>.?■/;■.'.:. 

X OCHO RIOS Main Street 

HERTZ Service also available ttirougtr MARTINS TOURS 
Oesks at all leading tiotels tttroughout Jamaica. 



^95 

2m 

26765 «1 5581 
82986 

595 



LEBANON 

X BEIRUT Damascus St . Nazareth Sta., Tawil BIdg 



224969 4 234843 



X 2i. iJerhier So! 



LUXEMBOURG, G.D. 



28080 



MALTA ro N. 

SIIU«A-19 St. Anthony st Sllema 1202 

W j MARTINIQUE, F.W.I. 

rtffrt'OE FRANCE Hotel Europe. Place de la Savane 21 64 

MEXICO 

X MEXICO CITY Versalles No 6 46 76 53, 46 76 58 

+ International Airport 18 07 00 

Hilton Hotel 22 48 42 

Hotel Alameda 1M6-20 

Maria Isabel Hotel 25-90 60 Ext 49 

X ACAPULCO Hotel El Presidente, Anexo No 5, Guerrero 40566 

xMONTERREY Padre Mier Poniente 185 (C.M.A.) 3-22 55 

X MERIDA, YUCATAN Barbachano BIdg , Calle 60 No. 488 46-67 4 55-50 

MONACO 

MONTE CARLO 3 Impasse des Carrieres 3026-32 

MOROCCO 

X CASABLANCA- 63-65, rue Allal Ben Abdullah 257-36 

X MARRAKECH -63, Av Landais 42 28 

X RABAT 40 Rue Henri Popp 248-33 

X TANGIER -Rue d'Angleterre 13212 

NEW ZEALAND 

X TIMARü- 212 Stafford Street 3169 

Chauffeur Driven Service Available 

X AUCKLANO 22 Wakefield Street 20679 

X BLENHEIM Queen Street 1999 

X CHRISTCHURCH 92 Gloucester Street 65-479 

X DEVONPORT 18 Clarence Street 71608 

X DUNEOIN 366 Princes Street 75.973 

X HAMILTON 34. Collingwood Street 31420 

X INVERCARGILL 60 Est Street 87^19 

X NELSON-Trafalgar Street 3789 



111 



NEW ZEALAND— Continu«4 tiI. Nt 

XOAIllARÜ-245 ThamesSt, PO Box48 4289 

X ROOORUA Fenton St , PO. Box 139 . " 

XWANGANUI eOVictoniSl ..!;i,fj- ' 

X WELLINGTON 25 Dixon St , PO. Box 6^17 ^ . 

NORWAY 

X OSLO— Sorgenfrigaten 11 60 35 95 

Chauffeur Oriven Service Available 

PAKISTAN 

X KARACHI-Bandukwalla BIdg., McLeod Road 30492 

Tele«: 9 

X LAHO«- Mall Mansions, 30 The Mall 30*6 

Telex: 17 
Chauffeur Oriven Service Available 

PANAMA 

X PANAMA CITY-P 0. Box 4279 3 45 68 

El Panama Hilton Hotel ' 

PERU 

X LWIA-Apurimac 337 3C '' 71197 

PORTUGAL 

X LISSON Av Alvares Cabral, 45 Be C . 689174-5-6 

Rua Ivens. 10 ., 31177 

XiaMMBRA-Largodo Arnado, 13 24027 

X PORTO-Av dos Aliados, 77 2 5087 

PUERTO RICO 

X MI^JUAN International Airport 791 0085 & 791-0094 

CafJöe Hilton Hotel . 723 3885 

+ El San Juan Hotel .7911077 

Condado Beach Hotel 723-0010 Ext. 69 

1071 Ashford Ave (Ameiican Express Office) 723-8556 

112 



I 



PUERTO RICO — eonlinu^d 

' "^itamat Charterhouse 
iteach Hotel 
■,ana Hotel 
X i,ui«ÄDO Dorado Beach Hotel 
X MAYAGUtZ Agencias Soler, =8 West Mendez Vigo 
XPONCE Ponce Intercontinental Hotel (Lobby) 
Ponce Airport 



ST. MARTIN, F. W. I. 



MARIGOT 



Tel No 
723 8040 €xt 



(129) 7% 1010 

al29) 858 or 859 

(129)842 230/ 
(1291 842 7377 



Marigot 34 



SCOTLAND 

X EBWBÜRGH 16 20 East London Street 
+ Edinburgh (Turnhouse) Airporl 

35 Causewayside 

X GLASGOW ' 

Universal Garage, 367 Alexandra Parade 

Airport Hotel (Renfrew Airport) 91 Glasgow Rd 

123 Bothwell Street 

136 Merrylee Rd 
X EDINBURGH 16, Union Place 

CHAUFFEUR ORIVEN SERVICE ONLY. 
X PRESTWICK Prestwick International Airport 



WAVerly 2882 

CORstorphme 3404 

NEWington 1848 

BRIdgetortl237 

Rentrew REN 3616 

CENtral 7501 

MERryleell77 

Waverly 7883/^811) 
PREstvnick 77781 



SINGAPORE 

90 C Orchard Road 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA 

SALISBURY Trustee House, 55 Jameson Ave 



SPAIN 



I 



X BARCELONA Paris, 184 

Barcelona Airport 
XALGECIRAS S Moret 3 



23549 
2 55 56 

250 33 00 

1260 
H3 



SPAIN — Continued 



Tel No 



xeR*MAOA-4AlhondigaSt 

X l* LINEA (Gibraltar Border) Avenida Espana, 4 

X MADRID Leganitos, 35 241 

X MALAGA Tomas Heredia 3 21448 

X PALMA MALLORCA Vasco da Gama, 7 31769 

X SAN SEBASTIAN San Martin, 49 13294 

X SEVILLA-Torneo. 45 ^8187 

X VALENCIA Segorbe 7 . ;. A,- . • . . • ; 331.729 

Chauffeur Driven Service Available at above cities 



SWEDEN 

X STOCKHOLM Birger Jarlsgatan 15 



10-78-10 



SWITZERLAND 



X GENEVA— 60 Rue de Berne 



32 68 00 
Telex: 2052/2 26 25 

+ Airport ^^^ 

X LUCERNE-Horwerstrasse, 81 2 72-55 

Chauffeur Driven Service for Switzerland through Lucerne 
X LUGANO Piazza Man:oni 8 Tele. 2052/555 

XZÜRICH-Lagerstrasse33 Tele. 2052" 3259 

+ A,rport >. :.-!c-v ■ _ ■ 840060 

Service also available in Basel. Berne. St Call. Schaffhausen, 
St Moritz, Biel (Reserve through Zürich); Lausanne (Reserve 
through Geneva); Burgenstock (Reserve through Lucerne) 



TAHITI 



nnm-?o box 582 



THAILAND 

BANCKOK 135/13, Gaysorn Rd., Raiprasong, 
near Erawan Hotel 



471 



55228 



IM 



TRINIDAD 

PORTOr SPAIN 44. Nev» Street 

■A60 Sc^rborough, co Tobago Travel Service, 

istle Cove Hotel 

Jiauffeur Driven Service Available 



T*i m 

6123,31641,6880 

2186 



TUNISIA 

X TUNIS— J8, bis Avenue Mahmoud Bourguiba 
SFAX— (Reserve through Tunis) 



259278 



TURKEY 



X ISTANBUL Istanbul Hllton 

Chauffeur Dnven Service Available 



48,44 48 & 48 39.05 



UGANDA 



KAMPALA PO Box 2202 



3736 & 2986 



URUGUAY 

X MONTEVIDEO -Paysandü, 1524 

y' ,»1106 Mi.. VENEZUELA 

X CARACAS-' ■ .. ^ 

[dificio Galipan, Local 10 Av Francisco de Miranda 
' Superestacion Shell. Veracruz Urbanizacion Chuoa 

i.4. Maiquetia International Airport Main BIdg. 



40 20 83 



332780-334951 
324861-324862 

, 6730 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CHARLOTTE-AMALIE, ST. THOMAS. Virgin Isla Hilton Hotel 

Bluebeards Castle 

St Thomas Airport 
CHRISTIANSTED, ST. CROIX, 54 King Street 

St Croix Airport 



690 

1169 

150 
490, Ext 37 

115 



NATIONAL PARKS 

j 

NAME NEAREST HERTZ 

<\cadia National Park Bangor, Maine 

Big Bend National Park. San Antonio, Texas 

Black Hills Region. . . .■.''.'.^''.' Rapid City, South Dakota 

Bryce Canyon National Park Cedar City, Utah 

Carlsbad Canyon National Park Carlsbad, New Mexico 

Crater Lake National Park Medford, Oregon 

Death Valley National Monument Ridgecrest, California 

Everglades National Park Miami, Florida 

Cut Bank, Montana 

Glacier National Park . East Entrance-Great Falls, Montana 

West Entrance-West Glacier (Beiton) 

Grand Canyon National Park Williams, Arizona 

Grand Teton National Park Rock Springs, Wyoming 

Great Smoky Mts. National Park. . Asheville. North Carolina 

Hawaii National Park Hilo, Hawaii 

Hot Springs National Park Hot Springs. Arkansas 

Isle Royale National Park Houghton, Michigan 

Kings Canyon National Park Visalia, California 



I 



HATiOMAl 'AI9<;5 CONtlNUEO 



<AME NEAREST HERTZ OFFICE 

Lassen Volcamc National Park Redding, California 

Ȁammoth Cave National Park Bowling Green, Kentucky 

Mesa Verde National Park Farmington, New Mexico 

Gallup, New Mexico 

Mt. McKinley National Park Anchorage, Alaska 

Mt Rainier National Park Seattle. Vl/ashington 

Olympic National Park Port Angeles, Washington 

Platt National Park Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Rocky Mt National Park Denver, Colorado 

Sequoia & King's Canyon Merced, California 

Shenandoah National Park Charlottesville, Virginia 

Virgin Islands St. Thomas Charlotte-Amalie 

VVind Cave Rapid City, South Dakota 

Yellowstone National Paik - North. Livingston, Montana 
West. . W. Yellowstone, Montana 
No East . Billings, Montana 
East Cody, Wyoming 

South Jackson, Wyoming 

Yosemite National Park Ahwahnee Hotel & Yosemite Lodge 
Yosemite National Park, California 

Zion National Park Cedar City. Utah 



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117 



NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS 

NAME NEAREST HERTZ OFFICE 

Abtaham Lincolo, Louisville, Kentuc 

Äppomattox Court House Lynchburg, Virgin. 

Chatmette ''■'! ''• New Orleans, Louisiana 

CumberJand Gap Kingsport, Tennessee 

Independence Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Morristown Mor'ristown, New Jersey 

Saratoga Saratoga Springs, New York 

NATIONAL MILITARY PARKS 

Chickamauga and Chatta'nooga Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Fort Oonelson. .'.'.x S:.''. Nashvitle, Tennessee 

Fiedericksburg and Spotsylvania Richmond, Vi/g+nia 

Gettysburg Garlisle, Pennsylvania 

Guilford Courthouse Greensboro, North CaroHna 

King'i Mountain. . . ■.•; ; Charlotte, North Carolina 

Moores Creek.^ .v.'xjo- M' Wilmington, North Carolina 

f^'^'^^n-^.' v^L'} v.^ ^T'"" M- "T'' 

Shiioh . . .'. : . Jackson, Mississippi 

Stones'«iw»r. »n ■ ... h-,'': .Nasliville, Tennessee 

Vicksburg , Jackson. Mississippi 



NATIONAL MILITARY ACADEMIES 



i\-,by*^i- 



Air Force Academy. ^,,,,.7.», .Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Annapolis Naval Academy Annapolis, Maryland 

West Point Newburgh, New York 



118 



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HERTZ 

SfiCIAUZID M$l«VAIION OfHCI» 
UNITED STATES 



ATIANTA, OA 

75 forsyth St , N W 
522? 1(2 

•AlTIMOM, MO 

Ten Lifht Street 
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The VW Sedan is a little snub-nosed car 
that's shaped the way it is because the engine's 
where it is: in back. 

Wewouldn't think of putting it anywhere eise. 

With the engine in the back you get remark- 
ably firm traction in mud, sand, ice and snow. 
The VW engine block is ingeniously cast of 



aluminum and magnesium alloys. It's very light 
and very powerfui; weighs only 182 sturdy 
pounds (S.A.E.). So beautifully machined you'll 
probably never need oil between changes. 
And so efficient you can run your new VW at 
top Speed the first time you drive it. 

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pump. Or hose. Or hose connections. (You 
don't see them because they're not there.) The 
VW's engine is air cooled. 

This means you never need anti-freeze. Or 
water. It means your engine can't steam up Or 
boil over. Or freeze. Or rust Or leak Ever. 



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The VW Sun-Roof is exactiy the same as the 
VW Sedan, except for the roof. 

(In fact, it is a Sedan.) 

The roof of this Volkswagen opens up: 

A little. A little more. Half-way. Three-quar- 
ters of the way. All the way. 

To let in a little sunshme and fresh air. Or a 



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lot. And this isn't a tiny sun-roof, either. Fuliy 
opened it measures 27 inches by 29 inches. 

The sun-roof itself is easy to open and 
close. (You slide it back and forth with one 
hand from the driver's seat.) 

And it stays open wherever you want it to. 
(You lock it securely with a turn of the handle.) 




The VW Sun-Roof has other advantages. 

Examples: 

You can stand up through the roof for quick 
scenery-viewing and/or picture-taking. And you 
can cart tall things. Like your fishing poles. Or 
those new evergreens from the nursery. (Just 
open the roof and let them poke out.) 




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The Volkswagen Convertible is a car with a 
most unusual top. 

The top of the VW Convertible overlaps the 
windshield frame. Unlike conventional convert- 
ible tops that just meet the windshield. 

This means the Volkswagen Convertible stays 
as watertight and weathertight as a sedan. 



Rain and wind and cold stay out. 

The inside of the VW Convertible top is as 
smooth and good-looking as that of a sedan. 
Thafs because it's padded and completely 
lined. (It's also because the top is sewn and 
padded and instalied by hand.) 

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too: serves as a heat and sound insulator. 

The rear window in the Volkswagen Convert- 
ible is made of glass. Like the back window in 
a sedan. Unlike plastic rear Windows in conven- 
tional convertibles, the rear window in the VW 
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You're in for a surprise when you get inside 
a Volkswagen. It isn't small at all. 

It's sensibly sized for a family of two. Or 
three. Or four. Or even five (if some members 
are not yet grown-up). 

Up front you'll find the little VW actually has 
more leg room and more head room than many 



big cars. And completely adjustable bücket 
seats. (They move back and forth independent- 
ly; rechne at three different angles.) 

In back there's a real full-length seat. 

And there's more luggage space than you'd 
think. Under the front hood there's actually 5 
cubic feet. Enough room to stow one big suit- 



case. Or two medium-sized suitcases. Or a box 
with all the groceries you can eat in a week. 

Also: there's the 4-cubic-foot carpeted com- 
partment behind the rear seat. It, too, will hold 
two normal-sized suitcases. Or dad's fishing 
gear. Or mom's new antique lamp. (Some 
people put the baby there-cradle and all.) 



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The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Coupe is a 
car few people have ever seen. Reason: There 
just aren't very many Karmann Ghias built. 

(It's a limited production car.) 

The ones that are built have a Iow-slung 
body, a gently sloping hood, and remarkably 
clean lines (not a lot of trim and chrome). 



The Karmann Ghia looks like a custom car, 
behaves like a custom car. No wonder- it was 
conceived by the famous Italian designer, Ghia 
of Turin. And precisely built by the famous 
custom coachmakers at the Karmann Works 
in Osnabrück. 

A lot of fine hand work goes into every car. 



For example, fenders and hoods and door 
frames are welded and smoothed by hand. 

(In fact, the Karmann Ghia is assembied 
almost entirely by hand.) 

To complete the picture, the car has the air- 
cooled VW engine. Makes it as dependable 
and economical to run as the VW itself. 




The VW Karmann Ghia Convertible is the car 
you're looking into in this picture. 

Note the oversized contour seats. (They're 
actually 2 ft. wide.) Each seat slides backward 
and forward and changes pitch to let you Stretch 
out or Sit up high. And each seat is upholstered, 
sewn and instalied by hand. 



The convertible top, too. is padded and sewn 
and Instalied by hand. 

(See how it folds back neat and flat with the 
contours of the car.) 

Inside the Karnnann Ghia you'll find the sänne 
carefui hand work that goes into the rest of the 
car. You'll also find the car has: A built-in 



heater and defroster; a windshield washer and 
electric wipers; an adjustable fresh air ven- 
tilating System; vinyl interior; front passenger 
grab handle; a sllent electric dock; directional 
Signals; a jack and tool kit. 

All of this is Standard equipment at no extra 
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ible have plenty of room for luggage. 

There's a luggage compartment up front 
under the bonnet. 

And another in back behind the front seat. 

(With the rear seat folded down, the Kar- 
mann Ghia has 13 cubic feet'of luggage space.) 



The best riding section of the car (the cradle 
between the 4 wheels) is reserved for you and 
your passenger. (And so are the soft, individual, 
form-fitting front seats.) 

The car itself handles with remarkable ease. 
It has the nimbleness you would expect in a 
sportscar; takes corners without swaying, 



bumps without thumping. (You get a wonderfui 
sense of exhilaration when you drive it.) 

The Karmann Ghia has been referred to as 
"one of the most beautifui cars in the world," 
a "contemporary classic" among automobiles. 

It's no wonder that people who own Karmann 
Ghias rarely seil or trade them in. 





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The VW Standard Station Wagon is the 
Station wagon that saves you more than any 
other wagon you can buy today. 

Reason: It shares all the mechanical and 
economy features of the VW Sedan. 

It has the same air-cooled engine. (And like 
the VW Sedan, it has the same well-earned 



reputation for staying out of the repair shop.) 
It runs very nicely on small amounts of 

regulär gas. 

It hardly ever needs oil between changes. 
It never needs anti-freeze. Or a winter 

changeover. Or a summer changeover. (You 

can't possibly have radiator problems because 



the VW doesn't have a radiator.) 

The VW Station Wagon is not only more 
economical to run than other conventional 
wagons, but costs you hundreds of dollars lese 
to buy. 

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Volkswagen Station Wagons are the only 
Station wagons you can buy with a hole in the 
roof. The hole has a name: we call it a sun-roof. 
(Here's the hole in the VW De Luxe Wagon.) 

And it isn't a tiny hole-in-the-roof. Fully 
opened, it measures 37 inches by 54 inches. 

The top is versatile. You can stop it in its 



tracks wherever you want. To let in as much or 
as little sunshine and fresh air as you want. 

What's more, the hole-in-the-roof lets you 
tote tall objects (that you could never get inside 
a conventional wagon). 

You get more out of this wagon in otherways. 
That's because we've put more into it. 



Examples; There are big side doors for easy 
loading; extra room for a bigger load. Twenty- 
five Windows (including Skylights). VW's 4- 
wheel torsion bar Suspension System. The 4- 
speed fully synchronized transmission. Built-in 
heater-defroster. Overhead fresh air Ventila- 
tion. And a fully finished interior. 





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Wagons are Station wagons that give you more 
for less money. (Compared with what you get 
when you buy a conventional wagon.) 

Examples: The third seat, built-in heater- 
defroster and roof ventilating System, and fully 
finished interior are Standard equipment (at no 



extra Charge). 

The extra leg room, elbow room, head room 
and luggage room are Standard equipment, too. 
(The VW Station Wagon seats eight people. 
Comfortably. Along with everyone's baggage.) 

Inside, there's 170 cubic feet of space com- 
pared to about 105 cubic feet in most conven- 



tional wagons. (That's 65 cu. ft. more Space.) 
Outside, the VW Wagon is 14 feet from 
bumper to bumper. (A good 4 feet shorter than 
most conventional wagons; just 9 inches longer 
than the little VW Sedan.) Nine times out of » 
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A VW is a car that's easy to keep up. That's 
because every Volkswagen (car or Station 
wagon) is designed and built to be serviced 
efficiently. Quickly. And economically. 

Take parts, for instance. Most parts for the 
Volkswagen are interchangeable from one year 
to the next. Even when a part is improved the 



new part is usually designed to fit previous- 
year Volkswagens as well. 

Add this to the fact that your VW dealer has 
every part on hand or on tap, and you can see 
why it's actually easier to get parts for a VW 
than for most cars in the world. 

When and if your VW needs parts and/or 



Service (it has a remarkable reputation for 
staying out of the repair shop) your VW dealer 
is the man to see. He's the one who knows how 
to Service your VW for you. Properly. 

(His mechanics are all factory-trained; his 
equipment and tools are all designed to take 
care of just one make of car: the VW). 




Specifications 



Engine (All Models) 

Horizontaljy opposed 4-cylmder 4-stroke engine in 
rear. Bore and stroke 3.03" 2.52". Piston speed 
1512 ft./nnin. at maximum rpm. Capacity 1192 cc 
(72.74 cu. in.). Compression ratio 7.0:1. Perform- 
ance 40 bhp at 3900 rpm (SAE). Lubrication: 
pressure feed by gear pump; oil cooler. Air cooling 
by fan. Downdraft carburetor with automatic choke, 
accelerator pump and oil bath air cleaner. 

Electrical System (All Modols) ^ 

Battery ignition. Battery 6 volts, 66 amp.hrs. Gener- 
ator 180 watts. Asymmetiical low beams. Flashing 
indicators combined witK stop/tail lights. Starter 
Switch with non-repeat lock. 

Final Drive 

Single plate dry clutch, fully synchronized trans- 
mission, differential and swinging half shafts to the 
rear wheels. Ratios Ist — 4th gears: 3.80/2.06/1.32/ 
0.89, reverse gear 3.88: Final drive 4.375. 



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Power transmitted via swinging half shafts and 
spur reduction gears to rear wheels. Ratio: 5.73. 
Ratios Ist — 4th gears: 3.80/2.06/1 .22 0.82. reverse 
3.88. 



Chassis 

Frame with central tunnel forked at rear and with 
welded-on platform. Independent torsion bar Sus- 
pension of all four wheels. Stabilizer on front axie. 
Worm and roller type steering. hydraulic steering 
damper; turning circle approx. 36 ft. Hydraulic 
foot-brake operating on four wheels; mechanical 
hand-brake operating on rear wheels Tubeless 
superballoon tires 5.60 — 15. Fuel tank capacity 
10.6 U. S. gals.; reserve shown on fuel gauge. 

Variations on the Station Wagons 

Body integral with frame. No stabilizer. Ross steer- 
ing. Turning circle approx. 39 ft. Tires 6,40 — 15. 



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Adressenverzeichnis 
Address list 
Liste des adresses 
Lista de direcdones 
Indirizzi 
Adressenlijst 
Adresslisto 





VW-Dienst überall In Europa 
VW Service all over Europe 
VW Service partout en Europe 
Servicio VW en toda Europa 
VOLKSWAGEN-SERVICE - 
doppertutto In Europa 
VW-Service overal In Europa 
VW-ServIce överallt I Europa 



Diese VW-Dienst-Übersichtskarte mit den Anschriften aller VW-Werk- 
stätten und Service-Stationen in Europa wird in jedem Jahr neu gedruckt. 
Ihre VW-Vertretung versorgt Sie gerne mit der gerade gültigen 
Ausgabe. Wo immer in Europa Sie sich mit Ihrem Volkswagen auch 
aufhalten - mit diesem Heft und einer üblichen Straßenkarte können 
Sie rasch die örtliche Lage der Ihnen am nächsten gelegenen VW-Werk- 
statt bestimmen. 



This VW Service Map contains the addresses of all VW Workshops in 
Europe and is brought up to date every year. You can obtain the current 
issue from any VW agency. Wherever you may be, this folder with an 
ordinary road map, will help you to locate the nearest VW Workshop in 
a moment. 



Ce recueil de cartes et de listes indiquant la Situation et l'adresse de toutes 
nos agences d'Europe est röödit^ chaque ann^e. Votre Agent VW se fera 
un plaisir de vous en procurer la derni^re Edition. Oü que vous vous 
trouviez, il vous sera donc facile, en Consultant une carte routi^re, de 
d^terminer l'agence Volkswagen la plus proche. 



Estos mapas y listas, con la situaciön y la direcci6n de todos nuestros 
agentes en Europa, se reeditan cada afio. Su Agente le proporcionard 
gustoso la ultima ediciön. Por medio de estos mapas le serdfdcil, donde 
quiera que se encuentre, determinar el lugor donde se halla el represen- 
tante o taller autorizado mds pröximo. 



II presente prontuario, ristampato ogni anno, contiene cartine geogra- 
fiche con l'indicazione di tutte le officine autorizzate ed i posti di soccorso 
VOLKSWAGEN-SERVICE in Europa nonchä un elenco dei rispettivi 
indirizzi. Le nostre organizzazioni locali saranno liefe di fornirvi, 
a richiesta, l'edizione aggiornata. In qualsiasi luogo vi troviate, questo 
prontuario vi sard di estrema utilitd per stabilire qual'^ la piü vicina 
officina VOLKSWAGEN-SERVICE . 



Deze overzichtskaart van VW-dealers in Europa met de adressen van 
alle VW-werkplaatsen en service-stations wordt ieder jaar opnieuw 
gedrukt. Uw VW-dealer zai U gaarne van de laatste uitgave voorzien. 
Waar U zieh in Europa ook bevindt - met deze lijst en een normale 
autokaart kunt U snel de voor U dichtst bijzijnde VW-werkplaats bereiken. 



I denna VW-översiktskarta finner Ni adresserna tili alla auktoriserade 
VW-verkstdder i Europa. Kartan nytrycks driigen och hos varje VW- 
dterförsäljare fdr Ni kostnadsfritt den senaste upplagan. Var Ni an 
befmner Er i Europa hittar Ni lätt tili närmoste VW-verkstad med hjäip 
av den här kartan och en vanlig vägkarta. 



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alle 5.000 km 

VW 1500 alle 5.000 km 



WS1 
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W10 



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every 5.000 km (3.000 miles) WS 2+W 5 

VW 1500 every 5.000 km (3.000 miles) W 10 



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tous les 5.000 km 

VW 1 500 tous les 5.000 km 

Despu^s: 

VW todos los 2.500 km 

todos los 5.000 km 

VW 1 500 todos los 5.000 km 

Quindli: 

VW ogni 2.500 km 

ogni 5.000 km 
VW1500ogni 5.000 km 

Hierna: 

VW elke 2.500 km 

elke 5.000 km 

VW 1500 elke 5.000 km 

Därefter: 

VW varje 2.500 km 

varje 5.000 km 

VW 1500 varje 5.000 km 



WS1 
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WS2-I-W5 

W10 



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WS 2+W 5 

W10 



WS1 

WS 2 + W 5 

W10 



WS1 

WS2 + W5 
W10 



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mantenimiento 
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di lubrificazione e di 

controllo 

: Smeerbeurt 

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beurt 
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= Smörjning 
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= Kombinerad 
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in Europa 

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DEUTSCHLAND 

Volkswagen-Versicherungsdienst GmbH 

Wolfsburg Volksv^/agenwerk, Tel.: 22-3390 

Gable: Vauvaude Wolfsburg, Telex: 0952 355 

GROSSBRITANNIEN 

Volkswagen Insurance Service (Great Britain) Ltd. 3, Mmcing Lane 

London E. C. 3. Tel.: Mincing Lane 1309. Cable: Visinsce 

London E C 3 (aus dem Ausland), Visinsce Phone London (aus dem Inland) 

ITALIEN 

Servizio Assicurazioni Volkswagen (S. A. Volkswagen S. p. A.) 

Via Giovanni da Procida, 8 Milano. Tel. : 31 2587/89, Gable : Assvolkswagen 

NIEDERLANDE 

Volkswagen-Verzekerings-Service N. V. Keizersgracht 353 

Amsterdam. Tel.: 2471 15, Gable: Volves 

ÖSTERREICH ^ ,^ ,., ^^, . 

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Tel 52 19 32/3 und 52 45 87/8/9. Gable: Vauvaude Wien. Telex: 11038 




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Importeur: Anciens Etablissements D'leteren Fr4re$, S. A. 50, rue du Mail 
BRUXELLES 5 
Tel. 382800 • Cable Dietefre Bruxelles • Telex 221410 

* Ateliers autorisis / Erkende werkplaatsen / Autorisierte Werkstätten / Authorized Workshops 



Aolst (Alost) 

Aalslers Aufobedrijf „Europa" 

Schoolstroot. 41 Tel. (053) 277 28 
Aalter 

Garage M. Van den Heede 

Biouwerijstraat. 39-40 Tel. (09)741002 
Aarechot* 

Etn J. Vander Eist ' Leuvensesteenweg, 77 

Tel. (016)66800 
Aartselaor* 

Etn J. Vinck - Antwerpsesteenweg, 72 

Tel. (03)774676 
Alcamberg 

Etabl. J. Dillens Chaussee de Hol. 10-12 

Tel. (02)581176 
Andanne 

Ets G. Claude ' Avenue Reine Elisobetti, 139 

Tel. (085)21960 
Angicur* 

Ets V. Georges - Rue d'Ougrie, 20 

Tel. (04)432402 
Anfoing* 

Ets M. Billemont - Rue de l'Eglise, 23 

Tel. (069)421 37 
Antwerpen (Anvers) 

Etabl. Van Kerckhove N. V. 

Drukkerijstraat, 18-21 

Tel. (03)323434 - 325721 - 338960 

Kempischedok W. K. Tel. (03) 31 09 31 - 32 - 33 
Arlon (Aarlen) 

Ets Bosseier - 87, Avenue Tesch 

Tel. (063)21101 
Assenede 

Etn A. Baetsli Meuleke... 28 

Tel. (09)785033 
Aubange 

Ets O. Bosendorf - 

Tel. (063)28555 
Aut»el* 

Ets M. Schijns ■ PI. 

Tel. (087)87493 
Aywaille 

Ets A. Parmentier 

Tel. (04)724297 



Rout« de Virton 



de la Victoire, S 



Avenue Fr. Cornesse, 8 



Battogne 

Ets F. Mathieu - Rue de NeufchAteou, 17 

Tel (062)21092 
Beerzel 

Ets F. Versctiaeren - Steenweg op Meist, 25 

Tel, (015)41192 
Bellevaux (Noirefontame) 

Ets F. Pierlot MenucttenAt Tel. (061)46103 
Berctiem-Antwarpen (Anvers) 

Garage Nordic S. A. - 121, Ferd. Cooseman- 

straat Tel. (03)390398 
Berlaar 

Etn R. Luyten Dorp, 41 - Tel. (03)706088 
Binch« 

Garage Michel - Rue Ziphyrin Fontaine, 56-70 

Tel. (064)32479 
Bomal-tur-Ourth« 

Ets A. Close Route de Liige, 9 

Tel (086)21263 
Boom 

Ein L. Cnops - Van Leriuslaan 

Tel. (03)780571 
Boortnnaerbeek 

Etn G. Jennes Leuvensesteenweg, 142 

Tel (015)51499 
Borgworm (zie Waremme) 
Bourg-Leopold (voir Leopoldsburg) 
Braine-rAllaud (Eigenbrakel) 

Ets Brassarl Avenue Mar4chal Ney, 19 

Tel. (02)543613 

Place de la Gare, 13 Tel. (02)542448 
Breendonk 

Ein Vissers P.V.B.A. 

Koningin Astndlaan, 7-9 - Tel. (03)786470 
Brügge (Bruge«) 

S. A. Auto-Occidentol N. V. 

Sinl-Pieterskaai. 82 Tel. (050)37371 
Bruetem 

Etn Delorge - Luikersteenweg, 47 

Tel (011)73118 
Bruxellee (Brüssel) 

Anc. Ets D'leteren Frires S. A. 

Rue du Pr4v6t, 72 (Ixelles) Tel. (02)382800 

Chauss4e de Mons, 95 (Anderlect>t) 

Tel. (02)222000 



Avenue de la Topaze, 44 (Ch. de Louvain, 

Schaerbeek) Tel. (02)339880 

Quai des Charbonnoges, 78 (Molenbeek) 

(Service rapide) Tel. (02)261024 

Station Expo, avenue IHouba 

Destrooper (Laeken) Tel. (02)784953 - 54 

Station Progris-Nord, rue du Progris, 70 

(Soint-Josse-ten-Noode) • Tel. (02)187678 

Garage Buffon - 105, Rue Buffon (Anderlecht) 

Tel. (02)214548 

Ets G. Hendrickx Rue J. Bassem, 96 

(Auderghem) Tel. (02)724717 

Garage de l'I.N.R. Rue du Belv6dire, 8-8o 

(Ixelles) Tel. (02)479509 - 478728 

Garage de la Paix - Rue de Paris, 31 (Evere) 

Tel. (02)15 3699 

Ets Loppart-Taymans & Cie - Rue des 

Bataves, 7-21 (Etterbeek) Tel. (02)33<»720 

Garage Laurent & Fils - Rue au Bois, 515-517 

(Woluwe-Saint-Pierre) Tel. (02)700661 

Garage Danco - Place Danco, 10 (Uccie) 

Tel. (02)43 5879 

Avenue Charles Quint, 281 
Tel. (02)259260 



• Ets E. Thollembeek 
Ganshoren, Bxl. 9 

Buggenhout* 
Garage Gezel (Alf. 
Kamerstraat, 106 • 



Goedgeselschap) 
Tel. (052)32662 



Chapelle-Iez-Herlairrtortt 

Ets J. Hanon Rue de la Hestre, 85 

Tel. (064)41251 
Charleroi 

Anc. Ets D'leteren Frires S. A. 

Rue de la Fenderie, 6 Tel. (07)322232 

Station Service VW - Quai aux Grains, 6 

Tel. (07)322232 
Chatelet* 

Universel Garoge Ateliers S.A. 

Rue du College, 22 Tel. (07)380468 
Ciney* 

Ets R. Beaujean-Ridelle Rue Courte, 1-10 

Tel. (083) 21799 
Courtroi (voir Kortrijk) 
Comblain-Fairon* 

Ets Mordant 2. Rue de Lüge 

Tel. (Hainoir) 38250 



Deerlijk 

Etn A. Verbrugge Harelbekestraat, 98 

Tel. (056)72040 
Deinze (vor Pelegem) 
Dendermonde (Termonde) 

Ein A. Waeylens Viasmarkt. 16-18-20 

Tel. (052)22233 
Oattelbergen* 

Etn Van Coillie Dendermondesleenweg 

Tel. (09)281583 
Deux Acren 

Ets M. Van Schoor - Chaussee de Vione 

Tel. (Lessines) 32384 
Diepanbeak* 

Etn Gijseloers Grendelbaan, 17 

Tel. (011) 14178 
Dikemuida (voir Esen) 
Dinant 

Garage Mosan (M. Walbourgh) Avenue 

Fr d'Esperey, 22 Tel. (082)22045 - 23045 
Doornik (zie Tournai) 



Markt, 85 Tel. (09)771285 
Aartrijkestraat, 114 



Eeklo 

Etn B. De Baets 
Eernegem 

Etn M. Cappon 

Tel. (059)29107 
Eigenbrakel (zie Braine-l'Alleud) 
Ehain-Engii* 

Station du Carrefour (Dock) 1 , Route de Ramet 

Tel. (04)751225 
Ellezelle« 

Ets Aubry & Göret - «uee. K. Goret-Aubry 

Chaussie de Lessines, 13-15 

Tel. 423 55 Flobecq 
Eppegern 

Garage Maurice (M. Vervust) • Chauss4e de 

Bruxelles, 103 • Tel. (015)61442 
Erquelinnes 

Garage Michel S.P R.L. 

Tel. (07)795279 



145, rue Albert ler 



EtMl 

Etn F. Durie P.V.B.A. ■ OiksmuidMtMnwag, 158 

Tel. (051)50544 
Etpiarrat* 

Garage S.O.S. (D'Heygere-Delrue) 

Barriire d« Fer, 17 Tel. (056)38375 
Eupan* 

City Station S.A. ■ Run d« Vervien, 44 

Tel. (087) 52915 
Evergem 

Ets Blondia - Kapellestraot, 12 

Tel. (09)518330 

Fleron 

Ets G. Noirfalise - Rue Lapierre, 7bis 

Tel. (04)683180 
Flaurua* 

Ets A. Delmotte ■ Chaussee da Chorleroi, 87 

Tel. (07)731320 
Florennet 

Ets J. Mazuin S.P.R.L. 

69. chs4e de Mettet 
Florenville 

Ets M. Hormel ■ Route d'Arlon. 20 

Tel. (061)31056 
Fe««« 

Ets J. Maiuin Fr$. S.P.R.L. 

Avenue des Oiportis - Tel. (07)7811 58 
Fra«n«t-lez-Couvin 

Ets Lucicn Theis S.A. ■ Route Axiale No. 5 

Tel. 1 et 2 (Mariembourg) 
Fra*ne«-l«z-Gos*ellies 

Ets J. B. Tachenon ■ Chauss6e de Bruxelles, 3bis 

Tel. (07)741349 
Furn«s (voir Veurne) 

Ge«l 

Ets Ruts & Vereist -115, Staiiestraat 

Tel. (014)58100 
Genk 

Etn A. Put ■ Hasseltweg, 21 

(Post Winterslag) Tel. (011)52541 
Gent (Gand) 

Etn Auto-Occidental N. V. 

Ptioentxstraat, 31-33 ■ Tel. (09)261901 
Genval 

Ets A. Gilles & Flls ■ Avenue des 

Combattants, 180 Tel. (02)536026 

Hain«-St. Piarra* 

Ets A. Legat 49, Rue Jules Tison, 49 

Tel. (064)23988 - 25970 
Haetalt 

Etn A. Lieben - Kempischesteenweg, 136 

Tel. (011)23246 
Havalanga 

Ets L. Gaspard ■ 120, rua de la Station 

Tel. (086)63119 
Haranfhoul 

Etn Ennekens P.V.B.A. 

Bouwelsesteenweg, 31 ■ Tel. (014)51090 
Havarlea * 

Etn C. Jacquet ■ Tervuursastaanweg, 222 

Tel. (016)27612 
Hoailoart 

Etn Van Herck - Avanue J.-B. Charliar, 16a 

Tel. (02)570709 
Hoogelrafan* 

Etn. J. Snoeys - Vrijtieidttraat, 109 

Tel. (03)725035 
Houdang-Goagnia« 

Ets J. Gueritte Chaussie Houtar», 179-181 

Tel. (064)22661 - 24993 
Houffalixa 

Garage du Midi (Mr i. M. Winand) ■ Routa da 

Bastogne, 21 Tel. (Houffalize) 28122 
Huy (Hoai) 

Ets E. Bertrand ■ Rua du Marc>i6, 2 

Tal. (085)12400-12401 

Impmr (Ypras) 

Etn V. Carrain P.V.B.A. - Staanwag op 

Zonnebeke, 52 Tel. (057)20537 
Ingalmunttar 

Etn R. Maas ft zoon ■ Kortrijkstraot, 114-116 

Tal. (051)30372 
Izagam 

Ets Maas - 343, Roesalarastraot 

Tal. (051)31088 

Jamba** 

Ets A. Mossat ■ 44b, Avanue das Acacias 
Tel (081)30980 

Jamappa-eur-Mawa« 

Garage de la Cloctta, S.A. • Rua da 
Hollogne, 103-111 ■ Tal. (04)339760 - 338304 

Jodoigna 

Garage Saint-M4dard (V. Motheys-Dejetiat) 
Avanue F. Ctiarlot. 236 • Tal. (010)81104 

Kapallan 

Ets C. Ruys N.V. ■ Koarsplaindraaf, 4 

Tal. (03)742428-743876 
Knofcka 

Etabl. .. De Meerte" S.A. - Place du Phara, 7 

Tal. (050)61263-63263 

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Koarsal* 

Ets E. Jans • Av. Albert 1er 87-89 

Tel. (011)327a 
Kontich* 

Garage De Riddar-Hoefkens 

Groeningelei, 3 ■ Tel. (03)530530 
Korlrijk (Courtrai) 

Auto-Occidental N.V. • Overleiattraat 47 

Tel. (056)20771-72 
Kruithoutam 

Garage Centroal (Mr W. van Henackar 

Hoogsiraat, 10 • Tel. (09)765338 



Loarna* 

Etn Van den Berghe - Kasteeldreaf, 3 

Tel. (09)790468 
luindan 

Ets Rowie - Rue de la Station, 43 

Tel. (011)82041 -82151 
Ladabarg 

"Quick Service" - Brusselsestaenweg, 92-94 

Tel. (09)258089 
Lambacq 

Garage St-Veroon (Brichau) 

Chauss6e de Mens, 273 - Tel. (02)557122 
Laopoldsburg (Bourg-Leopold) 

Etn J. Dubois - Eng. Adanglaan, 15 

Tel. (011)35143 
Lmvyn 

Etn H. Geens C.P.R.L., P.V.B.A. 

Ridderstraat, 260 • Tel. (016)24023 - 22817 
Lauza 

Garage du Rond-Point (D'Haene) 

Boulevard P. H. Spaak, 4 Tel. (069)62397 
Lauza-Longchomps 

Ets L. Hastir - Chauss4e de Louvain, 65 

Tel. (081)51015 
LiAga (Luik) 

Anc. Ets D'leteren Frires, S.A. ■ Boulevard d« 

la Constitution, 18 Tel. (04)431726 - 27 

Rue des Guillemins, 20 ■ Tel. (04)5221 35 - 36 

Garage Romedenne - 87 Boulevard G. Klayar 

Tel. (04)525632 

Station des Walons ■ Rue des Wallons, 16-18 

Tel. (04)523398 
Liar (Lierre) 

Etn Docx ' Mechalsastaenwag, 108 

Tel. (03)700504 
Lobba»* 

Ets Tournay ■ Rue des Waibes, 95 

Tel. (07)790571 
Lokaran 

Ets M. Charels ■ Tweebrugganstraat, 65 

Tel. (09)782416 
Londarzaal 

Etn G. Van Mol ■ Kerkhofstraal, Aulostrada 

Tel. (052)39243 
Louveign4* 

Ets M. Van Laenan - Routa da Theux, 642 

Tel. (04)718121 
Luxambourg (Uniquement Stud) 

Ets Carlo Gausche ■ 61-63, Routa d'Arlon 

Tel. (066)24471 

Maaeaik 

Etn Raedscheiders ■ Dr. Moorsploals, 4 

Tel. (011)61154 
Malinae (voir Medialen) 
Marcha-an-Fanrtanna 

Ets A. Rcsquin Route de Rochafort, 54 

Tel. (084)31708 
MAan-Havalonga 

Ets L. Gaspard - Rua du Gros Chine, 8 

(Posta Havelanga) - Tel. (086)32039 
Machalan (Malines) 

Etn L. Schippers ■ Bottelsastaanwag, 228a 

Tal. (015)11803 
Maldart (Limburg) 

Etn H. Debo'jtte & Zonen ■ Blanktaar, 317 

Tel. (013)3*260 
Maralbaka* 

Garage Jtlien - Zwijnoerdastaanwag, 33 

Tel. (09) .^265 35 
Markaam* 

Gorag« Oude Barreal Bradobaan, 706 

Tal (03)458143-459534 
Moarzaka* 

Goraga P. Mijs - Koslaallaan, 15 

Tal (052)47989 
Mol 

Ein Ruts A Vereist ■ Ezaart, 17-23 

Tal. (014)31514-327U 
Mona (Bergen) 

Etabl. Lechanlre ■ Place das Alli4s, 3 

Tel. (065)32947-37462 
Montoigu (voir Scharpanhauval) 
Morleal (Oude God) 

Etn Monty P.V.B.A. - Edagemstraat. 65-67 

Tel. (03)499464 
Mowtcron 

Eis J. * P. Delbor - Rue da Gand, 1-2-4 

Tal. (056)31926 
Mewetiar tur Sanrtbra 

Ets L. Pinchart Rue de la Centrale, 9 

Tel. (07)785757 
Nolifinaa* 

Gorage das Haias - Rue de Marcinaila, 19 

Tel. (07)513330-35 



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Nomur (Namen) 

Garage Sainte-Croix S.A. ■ Avenue des 

Combattants, 31 Tel. (081)24353-23584 
NaufchataAu 

Garoge J. Etienne - Avenue de la Victoire, 68 

.J. (061)27520 

, auwpoorf* (Nieuport) 

Etn Delocauw H. & U. - Kaai, 47 

Tel. (058)23010 
Ninova 

Etn F. Van den Hove - Steenweg op Aalst, 25 

Tel. (054)32099 
Nivella* (Ntjvel) 

Garage Moderne (R. Wauters) • Chaussee de 

Bruxelles, 178 Tel. (067)24235 
Noirafontaina (voir Bellevaux) 



Oordagem* 

Ein Vonder Linden - Brusselsesleenweg, 163 

Tel. (09)790629 
Oostanda (Ostende) 

Auto-Terminus S.A. - Avenue Henri Serruys, 8 

Tel. (059)72511 
Oudenaarda 

Ets Van Den Bossche - Drive Gevaert, 34 

Tel. (055)31311 
Outrijva 

Ets A. Veys - Doornikstraat, 64-66 

Tel. (056)64028 
PAturage«* 

Garage Precimotor S.P.R.L. • Grand-Rue, 74 

Tel. (065)61327 
Paar 

Garage Olympic - Steenweg op Wychmaal 

Tel. (011)39484 
P^ruwalz 

Garage du Centre S.C. - Rue Pont ä la Faulx, 46 

Tel. (069)72065 
Parwez 

Ets R. Delcorps - Rue de la Station, 63 

Tel.(081)75042 
Petegem a/d Laie 

Etn Seeuws & de Vos N.V. • Gaverestraat, 49 

Tel. (09)761079 
Pittam 

Ets J. Decancq & Zoon ■ Tieltstraat 

Tel. (051)46021 
Ploagsteert 

Garage Franco-Belge (Mr Ch. Braem) • Rue 

d'Armentieres, 247 • Tel. (056)58908 
Poparinge 

Garage De Keyzer Frs. - Casseistraat, 254 

Tel. (057)33571 

Quevaucamps* 

Garage du Centre ■ Rue Joseph Wauters, 5 
Tel. (069)75948 

Rekem (Limburg) 

Garage ,,De Maas" L. Coox & Fils 

Steenweg, 79 • Tel. (011)1 6441 
Ranaix (Ronse) 

Ets Gemco S.A. - Rue de la Gare, 19 

Tel. (055)22906 
Rochefort 

Ets Martin - Rue de la Sauveniire, 13 

Tel. (084)21732 
Rumbaka 

Garage R. Vijnckier ■ Izegemsiraat, 60 

Tel. (051)20902 
Rummen-Bcrgenainde* 

Ein F. Jooken - 80, Diestersteenweg 

Tel. (Geetbets) 871 60 

Saint-Ghitlain* 

Garage St. Christophe - 60-66, Rue du Port 

Tel. (065)74530 
Soint-Hubart 

Garage du Carrefour (J. Cleppert) ■ Route de 

Grupont, 13 Tel. (061)61115 
Saint-Vith* 

Ets M. Karthauser - Rue du Luxembourg, 33 

Tel. (089)28110 
Scharpanhauval (Montoigu) 

Etn Van Havere & Zn ■ Rue de la Station, 91 

Tel. (013)71333 
Schoten* 

Garage Churchill P.V.B.A. • Churchilllaan, 16 

Tel. (03)5243 55 
Sint-Niklaa>-Waa* (Saint-Nicolas-Waes) 

Etn Verniers & Mertens P.V.B.A. ■ Parklaan, 50 

Tel. (03)761280-761032 
Soigniat (Zinnik) 

Etn A. Van Lint & Fils - Chauss6e de Braina, 114 

Tel.(065)33121 
Spa* 

Ets Bourguet et Fils ■ Rue du March4, 24-28 

Tel. (087)71048 
Stavalot 

Ets G. Lecocq AII4e Verte, 10 

Tel. (080)82260 
Strijpan 

Etn A. De Groote ■ Maerlaan, 32 

Tel. (09)700200 

Tarmonda (voir Dendermonde) 



Tarnot 

Garage Samt-Joseph (C. Bert) ■ Rue da la 

Station. 168 Tel. (02)521312 
Tmr>iurmn 

Ets M. Depage S.P.R.L. ■ Grand Place, 8 

Tel. (02)573402 
Thulin 

Garage Saint-Christophe S.C. - Rue Fr. Andr6, 2 

Tel. (065)52616 
Tienan (Tirlemont) 

Etn T. Savonet - Leopoldvcst. 58 

Tel. (016)82923 
Tongeran (Tongres) 

Etn J. Timmermans P.V.B A. • Maastrichter- 

steenweg. 17-19 • Tel. (012)31495 
Torhout 

Etn C. Casier - Oostendestcenwcg. 66 

Tel. (050)22348 
Tournai (Doornik) 

Ets Union-Service S.P.R.L. - Quai des 

Poissonsceaux, 14 • Tel. (069)21809 
Trenfialo 

Etn Van der Elst-De Meyer ■ Veldonkstraat, 2 

Tel. (016)61456 
Trogn4te 

Ets R. Bousmanne - Rue de la Sucrerie, 21 

Tel. (019)51198 
Turnhout 

Etn Gebroeders Deckx P.V.B.A. • Steenweg op 

Mol, 24-28 ' Tel. (014)41765 

Vorsanora* 

Etn Phlips ' Steenweg op Gistel, 35 

Tel. (050)31066 
Valaine-sur-Sambre* 

Ets Delatte Rue E. Vondervelde, 86 

Tel. (07)771333 
Vervieri 

Ets City Station S.A. Rue de la Cit6, 2-4 

Tel. (087)3 3121 

Ets G. Thiebaut ■ Rue Saucy, 36-40 

Tel.(087)31442 
Vaurne (Furnes) 

Etn R. Sierens en Zoon - D. de Haenelaan, 2 

Tel. (058)31205 
Vieliatm* 

Ets Biemont et Fils.^ I)ue G6niral Jacques, 50 

Tel.(080)16221 
Vilvoorde (Vilvorde) 

Ets Van der Eist P.V.B.A. ■ Avenue de 

Schaerbeek, 127 • Tel. (02)510902 
Virton St. Mord 

Ets R. Fosty - Rue de Dampicourt, 22 

Tel. (063)57401 
Vif« 

Ets J. Paisse - Rue de la Fontaine, 55 

Tel. (04)791172 
Vivegnit 

Eis F. Scheurs Thier d'Oupeye, 89 

Tel. (04)642314 
Vlierzala 

Garage Vliera (Gebr. De Pauw) • Moorelgem- 

straat. 6 Tel. (053)62679 
yratann (Waas) 

Etn De Cock • Nieuwe Baan, 27 

Tel. (03)757240 

Wochtebaka* 

Etn J. Verwilgen • Rechtstro • Tel. (09)780221 
Wakkan 

Etn G. Vergote & Zonen ■ Mandelstraat, 47 

Tel, (056)62269 
Wandra* 

Ets Paisse et Fils S.P.R.L. - Rue da la Fortt, 97 

Tel. (04)647124 
Woregam 

Etn G. Vergote Leopold III laan 

Tel. (056)62035 
Watarloo 

Ets H. Leblicq 376, H. Chauss4e de Bruxelles 

Tel. (02)547999 
Wavra (Waver) 

Ets R. Demortier • Avenue des Prinees, 15-17 

Tel. (010)22923 
Warvik 

Ets Vandenbroeck ■ Geluwesteenweg, 72b 

Tel. (056)55575 
Wactmalla 

Garoge de Lindekens (Mr L. Cruysberghs) 

Antwerpsesfeenweg, 176 • Tel. (03)720253 
Wavelgam 

Garage St. Christophe • Omer Deloddere 

Menenstraat, 7-9 Tel. (056)41575 
Wichalen 

Etn Van den Bogoert • Margote, 34 

Tel. (052)43456 
Wiaza* 

Etn T. Vermeiren • Nieuwstraat, 11 

Tel. (053)22200 



Xhend ramaal* 

Eis J. Mar6chal 
Tel. (04)744235 



Arrtt du Tram, 2 



Zinnik (zie Soignies) 
Zomargam* 

Etn L. Aerens ■ Dreef, 37 



Tel. (09)747209 



DÄNEMARK 



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Importeur: Skandinavisk Motor Co., A/S ■ 0sterbrogade 135 
K0BENHAVN 
Tel. Kopenhagen 292233 • Cable Semjac • Telex 2922 



H. P. Hanssensgade 6 



Danmarksgade 25 



Spanien 61 

Vxrksted: Skovvejen 11-17 



Gislumvei 15 
opk ald 210 

Ejnar Jensen & Willy Andersen 
Tel. (09) 71 - opkald 808 



Stormgade & 
opkald 3021 



Aabenroa 

Automobilhuset 

Tel. (046)23464 
Aalborg 

Auto-Centralen A/S 

Tel. (081)23777 
Aarhut 

Aage Heidemann 

Tel. (061) 23500 

Tel. (061) 23600 
Aars 

Aage Nielsen 

Tel. (086) 1 
Attent 

Autogaarden, 

Odensevej 19 

Birkerad 

Birkered Auto Service v/Lund & Olsen 

Kongevejen 59 Tel. (01) 810706 
Brammlnge 

Aa. C. Pahuus Ribevej 1-3 

Tel. (051) 1 - opkald 107 - 307 
Brovst 

Brovst Automobilforretning, L. C. Christensen 

Ostcrgade 11 Tel. (081) 56611 - opkald 93 
Br«nderflev 

Henry Iversen • Bredgade 31 A 

Tel. (088) 1 - opkald 258 
Bavlingbjerg 

Aage Bjerre & Co. ■ Tel. (077) 1 - opkold 20 
Dronninglund 

V. Sandager - Rerholtvej 6 

Tel. (081) 45911 - opkald 202 

Etbjerg 

Laurids Hansen - Hjernet af 

Strandby Kirkevej Tel. (051) 1 
Foaborg 

Alf Lehrmann ■ Havnegade 

Tel. (09) 61 - opkald 846 
Fakse 

Ove Busk Praestovej 1 

Tel. (03) 715 -opkald 294- 515 
Fredericia 

Autogaarden A/S ■ Egeskovvej 104 

Tel. (043) 1 - opkald 2030 - 1830 
Frederikthavn 

A/S Knud Uggerhej - Siebyvej 4 

Tel. (084) 21488 - 21233 
Frederlkstund 

Boesen-Nielsen & EriksenFrederiksvzrksvej 16 

Tel. (03) 315 -opkald 1001 
Frederiktvaerk 

Toft & Larsen A/S Vinderod Skov 9 

Tel. (03) 345 - opkald 313 - 1035 
Faer«ische Inseln 

Farodane A/S Set. Pederstraede 38 

Tel. (01) Pala 7979 - 7998 

Vaerksied: J. Clemmensen, Thorshavn 

Groastan 

P. Borne Slotsgade 19 Tel. (046) 51513 
Grcnaa 

Helge Dahl Torvet 6 • Tel. (063) 21411 
Grindsted 

Carlo Elrum ■ Vestergade 69 

Tel. (053) 1 - opkald 566 
Glostrup 

Aufo-Jyden v/Rich. Jensen 

Tel. (01) 960650-961905 
Haarby 

Alf Lehrmann - Akkerupvej 1 

Tel. (09) 73 - opkald 61-460 
Haderslav 

Aulo-Huset v/E. Hartmann 

Tel. (045) 24100-24105 
Helsingar 

Berge Jensen - Mads Holmsvej 4-4 

Tel (03) 212144 
Hcrning 

Henry Bech Vejlevej 42-46 

Tel. (071) 1 - opkald 2885 - 2016 

Plade- & malervxrksted - Belhaniagade 34 

Tel 3760-1733 
Hillerad 

Poulsen & Hansen - Slangerupgade 37 

Tel (03) 265 - opkald 1115 -2415 
Hjcrring 

Brdr Meli A/S - Frederikshavnsvcj 

Tel. (089) 1 - opkald 200 - 2006 
Hobro 

Auto-Centralen v/P.C. Barchmann Pedersen 

Brogade Tel. (085) 21444 
Holbak 

Autoforretningen Hafnia v/Jens Kclbsk 

Markedspladsen 3 

Tel. (03) 435 - opkald 2000 - 116 
Holttebro 

Fa. P. Nygaard & Senner - Herningvej 38 

Tel. (074) 1 - opkald 1110 

10 



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Hovedvejen 67-71 



Bispebroen 



Ostergade 50 
-opkald 439 

Service v/Henry Bech 
Tel. (071)51131 



Hortent 

A/S Albert V. Jensen Veilevci 1 
Tel. (066)23411 
Hurup 
Aufo-Huset 
Tel. (079) 1 

Ikott 

VW Salg & 

Mellegade 1 
Kaiundborg 

Kaiundborg Motor Co. v/Klarskov 

Larsen & Sen • Slaget^evej 114 

Tel. (03) 515 -opkald 1833 
Kerteminde 

Strandvejens Autovaerksted v/Jens Petersen 

Strandvej 43 Tel. (09) 32 - opkald 385 - 432 
Kirke-Hyllinge 

H. V. Knudsen • Tel. (03) 403 - opkald 1 11 -21t 
Kolding 

Auto-Centralen ■ Buen 3-7 

Tel. (041) 1 -opkald 3790 
Kortar 

Thorkild Serensen • TArnborgvej 136-138 

Tel. (03) 575 - opkald 1630 
K«g« 

Bendt Nielsen ■ Kebenhavnsvej 58 

Tel. (03) 655 -opkald 2001 
Kvbenhovn 

Svend Aage Engstrem A/S-Vermlandsgode 32-34 

Tel. (01) Sundby 4900 

C. V. Hansen A/S ■ Solbjergvej S 

Tel. (01) Fasan 7525 

Kai Petersen, Automobiler • Strand ve) 211 

Tel. (01) Helrup 8870 - 31 02 

E. Roed-Sercnsen A/S - Rantzausgade 68 

Tel. (01) Luna3800 

A. Silberg l/S ■ Ndr. Fasanvej 210 

Tel. (01) >€gir 860 - 7205 

Vaerksted: Tel. (01) >€gir 2244 

Svend Christensen Valby A/S 

Valby Langgade 54 

Tel. (01) 302622- 302484 

Brdr. Skovgaard-Mortensen ■ Alekistevej 150 

(01 ) OamsB 1 50 Afdeling i Islev: Islevbrovej 108 

Tel. (01)946505 

Acap A/S ' Blegdamsvej 32 

Tel. (01) C. 8545 - Nora 9596 

Vaerksted 4 hovedkontor: Praestegade 20 

Tel. (01)Tria4660 

Skandinavisk Motor Co A/S • 0sterbrogade135 

Tel Ryvang (01) 8500 Rddhuspladsen 12-15 

Tel. (01 ) Minerva 8085 Vaerksted : Strynegade 7 

Tel. (01) Ryvang 8500 - Lundtoftegade 106 

Tel (01) /Egir 501 • Jernbanegade 1 

Tel. (01) Minerva 8290 

Lcmvig 

Aage Bjerre & Co. • Enghavevej 10 

Tel. (077) 1 - opkald 632 - 832 
Lyngby 

Ludolph & Christiansen - Lyngby Hovedgade 53 

Tel. (01)871391 
Maribo 

Alfred Madsen - Vesterbro v/Acen 

Tel. (03) 885 -1155 
Middelfart 

Autogaarden, Einer Jensen & Willy Andersen 

Brovejen 31-33 ■ Tel. (09) 41 - opkald 750 
Nakflkov 

Autogaarden v/Knud Jensen ■ Temmergode 5 

Tel. (03) 925 - jpkald 1254 - 1445 
Nek«« 

Sude Motor Co. - Storegade 20 

Tel. (03) 992 - opkald 501 
Nyborg 

Sv. Aa. Ki«r Knudsen • Strandvej 12-14 

Tel. (09) ?1 - opkald 1788 
Nykabing 

F. AutoCompagniel Nykobing F. 

Aktleselskab, Frisegade 31 

Tel (03) 85 3155- 851950 
Nyk*bing Mors 

Johs. Kirkegaard, Morse Autohandel 

Fruevej 30-32 Tel. (070) 1 - opkald 804 - 1010 
Nyksbing 

Sj.Odsherred MotorCo.v/K. Diesen VesterbrolO 

Tel. (03) 415 - opkald 845 
NaettvAd 

Per Nielsen - Kindhestcgode 20-22 

Tel. (03)721515 
Od*n«* 

Kronsbjerg & Sens Auto - Rug&rdsvej 148, 

Tarup Tel. (09) 125122 

Arvid Larsen, Odense Motor Co. 

Vestre Stalionsvej 6 

Tel. (09)12 00 10-12 09 39 

Skandinavisk Motor Co. A/S 

Filosofgangen 19 Tel. (09) 11 85 00 

Vaerksted : Middelfartvej 50, Bolbrc 

Tel. (09) 118500 



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On«bi«rg 

Onsbjerg Autoservice v/O. Jepsen 
Tel. (060) 1 - opkald 618 
Randen 

Jydsk Automobil Centrum - Ny Grenaovej 
el. (062) 1 - opkald 7700 



C. Pahuus ' Senderport 

Tel. (054) 1 - opkald 347 
Ringe 

Midtfyns Motor Service - Vestergade 4-6 

Tel. (09) 62 - opkald 477 
Ringkabing 

A. V. Vejgaard • Enghavevej 7 

Tel. (073) 1 - opkald 495 - 621 
Ringeted 

Berge Christensen & Sigurd Jensen 

Roskildevej 7 Tel. (03) 615 - opkald 633 
Roekilde 

Vald. Eivil - Allehelgensgade 15 

Tel. (03) 365 -opkald 281 
Rudktfbing 

Autocentret, O. Christensen - 0rstedsgade12-14 

Tel. (09) 511463 
R*dby 

Alfred Madsen - Stationsvej ■ Tel. (03) 901051 
R0dk»rsbro 

Peter Wraa ■ Tel. (076) 1 - opkald 13-35 
R*nne 

Poul Petersen, Shell Parken 

Set. Mortensgade 3 Tel. (03) 955 - 

opkald 1268 
Soxkebing 
Verner Johansen ■ Vestergade 22 

Tel. (03) 894082-894586 
Silkeborg 

Automobilforretningen Vulcan, Th. Dahl & 

J. Christensen • Borgergade 105-109 

Tel. (068) 1 - opkald 613 - 633 
Sindal 

P. Kraemmer ■ Vestergade 

Tel. (089) 1 -opkald 110 
Skanderborg 

Ove B. Dirksen A/S - Borgergade 5 

Tel. (067) 1 - opkald 988 
Skive 

Auto-Hallen A/S Vestergade 18 

Tel. (075) 1 - opkald 97 - 1281 
Skjern 

Fa. A. Andersen ■ Ostergade 77 

Tel. (072) 1 - opkald 721 
Skrydstrup 

Auto-Huset v/E. Hartmann 

Skrydstrup pr. Vojens ■ Tel. (045) 41636 



SkMlik*r 

Thorkild Serensen - Skovvej 22 

Tel (03) 595 - opkald 488 
SlageUe 

William Kahler Mariendais Alle 29 

Tel. (03) 523800 
Sore 

Soro Karossenfabrik & Automobilforretning 

v/Aksel & Berge Andreasen • Priorgade 7-9 

Tel. (03) 635 - opkald 393 
Stege 

Chr. Thomsen Gdsetorvet Tel. (03) 81 51 51 
St. Heddinge 

Stevns Auto-Service • Sierslevvej 1 

Tel. (03) 705 - opkald 48 
Struer 

J. Mollerup & Senner • Holstebrovej 27 

Tel. (078) 501 96 
Svendborg 

Helge Pedersen ■ Dronningemaen 11 

Tel. (09) 21 - opkald 260 
Sanderborg 

P. Borne • Alsgade 29-31 Tel. (044) 211 60 
Senders* 

Helge Jergenscn 

Tel. (09) 89 - opkald 1 40 - 240 
Tarm 

Fa. A. Andersen • Skjernvej 7-9 

Tel. (072) 1 - opkald 1 23 - 222 
Thisted 

Auto-Huset v/Poul Hammerich • Nerre Alle 15 

Tel. (079) 1 - opkald 325 
Tender 

Bruhn & Knudsen - Ribe Landevej 55 

Tel. (047)21012 
Varde 

Poul Damsgaard ■ Ribevei 1-5 

Tel. (052)1 -opkald 2';8 
Vejen 

Conrad P. Melle' & Ssn • Sendergade 31 

Tel. (041) 1 - opkald 279 - 300 
Veile f , 

Peter Nielsen A/S • Damhaven 3 

Tel. (042) 1 - opkald 1068 - 1644 
Viborg 

Peter Wraa • Aarhusvej 1 

Tel. (076) 1 - opkald 3466 
VInderup 

E. Kjaergaard Nielsen - Tel. (074) 1 - opkald 78 
Vordingborg 

Brdr. H. & K. Jacobsen A/S 

Valdemarsgade 57 Tel. (03) 775 -opkald 1601 
Ostervraa 

Alfred Nejsum Tel. (089) 1 - opkald 111 - 21 



DEUTSCHLAND 



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Volkswagenwerk AG 

WOLFSBURG 

Tel. Wolfsburg (05361), Sammelnummer 221 • Gable 

Volkswagenwerk-Wolfsburg • Telex vw wolfsburg 09 52361 



Aachen 

Autohaus Fleischhauer KG. ■ Karlstr. 4-6 

Tel. 39051 • KD: Europaplatz 

F. Schmitt • Ponfdriesch 10 • Tel. 34329 
Aalen 

Autohaus Wagenblast & Co. • Röntgenstr. 44 

Tel. 2365 
Achern i. B. 

Autohaus Roth K.G. ■ Fautenbacher Str. 9 

Tel. 2289 
Adenau/Eifel 

J. Rollmann u. Söhne • Hauptstr. 174 • Tel. 76 
Adendorf ü. Lüneburg 

E. Bukowski Tel. Lüneburg 28075 
Adenstedt 

W. Lege Tel. Groß-Ilsede 765 
Adorf 

K. Merhof • Flechtdorfer Str. 8 • Tel. 357 
Aglatter hauten/Baden 

F. Groh Hauptstr. 21 Tel. 3 36 
Ahout/Wettf. 

Hans Steck ■ Wessumer Str. Tel. 586 
Ahlen/Wettf. 

Ludewig & Weber Industriestr. 29 • Tel. 33 33/34 
Ahrensburg/ Hol tt. 

H. Warnke Hamburger Str. 40 • Tel. 3605 
Ahrentwohlde Nr. 55, Kr. Stade 

Klaus Meier Tel. Ahlerstedt 306 
Aichach/Obb. 

Josef Aumüller K.G. • Schrobenhausener Str. 34 

Tel. 573 
Aldenhoven 

R. Lafos KG. Jülicher Str. • Tel. 388 
AIfcld/Leine 

K. Wiegand & Sohne Göttinger Str. 26 

Tel. 3535 
Allertberg/Mfr. 

E. Backasch Nürnberger Str. 4 • Tel. 320 
Allerthauien Nr. 114 Kr. Freiting 

Frani HartI Tel. 308 
Alpirtbach/Württ. 

Karl Widmer Röthenbacher Str. 38 • Tel. 353 



Tel. 2670 

Tel. 1387/88 



Altdorf 

P. Zabka - Luisenstr. 65 
Altfeld/Hetten 

Auto-Müller - Ludwigsplatz 5 
Alttätte, Kr. Ahaut 

Willy Vortkanip Gronauer Str. 83 • Tel. 187 
Altdorf/Nürnberg 

Friedrich Tröster • Äußere Nürnberger Str. 10 

Tel. 3 35 
Altenberg b. Zirndorf 

Gauger u. Co. KG. ■ Rothenburger Str. 52 

Tel. Nürnberg 793483 
Altenbögge-Bönen 

R. Benle Bahnhofstr. 329 • Tel. 578 
Altenfurt 

H. Vöge • Löwenberger Str. 

Tel. Nürnberg 483087 
Altenhundem/Wettf. 

E. Baumhoff • Hagener Str. 68 

Tel. Kirchhundem 602 

Altenkirchen/Wetterwald 

O. Sturm Blucherplatz 7 ■ Tel 
Altentteig/Wurtt. 

K. Lohle Wilhelmstr. 62 • Tel. 
Althegnenberg 

Martin Alberstbtter • Hauptstr. 
Altötting 

Franz VogI, Inh. Gebr. VogI oHG 

Str. 88 Tel. 6625/26 
Alzey/Rheinhetten 

Constantin Creusen ■ Wormser Str. 10 

Tel. 300/437 
Aniberg 

Gebr Zinkl • Kastler Str. 2 Tel. 2652 

Andernach 

Lehr & Becker Koblenzer Str. 75 • Tel. 3718 
Ankum, Kr. Bertenbrück 

Jos. Rumke Tel. 254 

Annwciler am Trifelt 

Trifels-Garage GmbH. • Zweibrucker Str. 331 b 
Tel. 428 

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. 352 
397 

50 Tel. 209 
Mühldorfcr 



Antbach/Bay. 

Georg Breitschwcrl - Nürnbergar Str. 74/76 

Tel. 5789/5780 
AppelhOltcn/Münttar i. W. 

Heinrich Hollenhorst Weseiar Str. 59 ■ T«l. 1 34 
Arntberg/Wettf. 

Auto-Dui'ing Grafenstr. 60 - Tai. 2846 
Arolsen/Waldack 

Kurt lllmann - Fürstenallae 6 ■ Tal. 3S9 
Atbach/Weatcrwald 

Josef Bürling K.G. Hauptstr. 24 ■ Tel. 248 
Atchaffanburg 

Auto-Dunker o.H.G. • Goldbacher Str. 85 

Tel. 21248/49, Telex 041 8880 

Ph. Fuchs Hanauer Str. 78 ■ Tel. 29126 
Afchau 'Chlemgau 

G. Blenk u. Sohn Bohnhofstr. 6 ■ Tel. 364 
Astling (Obb.) 

Josef Hauser • Tel. Grafing 692 
Attendorn 

P. Bettig Kolner Str. 10 ■ Tel. 243S 
Auerbach/Opf. 

Adolf Schnödt Degelsdorfer Str. 355 '/, • Tel. 3 36 
Augiburg 

Edgar Meyer Am Kaiserplatz ■ Postschließ- 
fach 62 Tel. 6381-84 ■ Telex 053666 

Johann Heimer • Wertinger Str. 107 

Tel. 31428 

Xaver Metiner ■ Gellertstr. 14 ■ Tel. 36315 
Augsburg-Lechhauten 

Alois Nicki Neuburger Str. 109 Tel. 37584 
Aurich/Ottfr. 

Autohaus Osterkamp ■ Emdner Str. 

Tel. 421/22 Telex 027415 
Babenhautan/ Hessen 

Auto-Rose ' Darmstädter Str. 6 - Tel. 2268 
Babenhausan/Schwaben 

E. Stöckle ■ Memminger Str. 4 • Tel. 377 
Backnang 

Auto-Brenner Weissacher Str. 60 • Tel. 8439 
Bad Aibling-Willing 

M. Boxhammer Mangfallbrücke 29'/ii • Tel. 340 
Badbergan, Kr. Bersanbrück 

H. Rohling Hauptstr. 108 • Tel. 420 
Bad Barnack 

K. Günther ■ Kulmbacher Str. 3-5 • Tal. 459 
Bad Boll 

F. Rotiel Hauptstr. 39 Tel. 471 
Bad Bramstedt 

Auto-Weller Hamburger Str. 38 • Tal. 229 
Bad Brückenau 

Anton Lohmer ■ SInnaustr. 18 • Tel. 224 
Bad Driburg 

Karl Rohe Brakeler Str. 4 • Tel. 256 
Bad Dürkheim 

Auto-Köhler ■ Schlachthousstr. 6a • Tel. 489 
Bad Ems 

Auto Becker Lahnstr. 42 ■ Tel. 2444 
Baden-Baden 

Ludwig Gerstenmaier - Jagdhausstr. 1 

Tel. 4933/34 
Bad Friedrichshall 

Karl Merkle, Inh. Roland Merkia - An dar 

Jagstbrücke - Tel. 322 
Bad Gandershaim 

Wilhelm Böhmer - Braunschwaigar Str. 10 

Tel. 567 
Bod Godasbarg 

O. Hunermann • Bonner Str. 55 • Tel. 66574 
Bad Harxburg-Bündhaim 

W. Scholl Am Bahnhof 4 ■ Tal. 392 
Bad Harsfeld 

Nöding & Söhne o.H.G. - Hornberger Str. 142 

Tel. 2688-89 
Bad Homburg v. d. H. 

Jenschke & Volkmann o.H.G. • Ursalar Str. 38 

Tel. 22054 
Bad Kissingen 

Hugo Spindler - Kurhausstr. 56 - Tel. 2726 
Bad Kreuznach 

Autohaus Walter von Hoff • Bosenheimer 

Str. 65-69 Tel. 4671/72 Telex 042809 

Schnelldienst: Salinenslr. SO • Tal. 3621 
Bad Lauterberg/Harz 

O Heimbuch Bahnhofstr. Tal. 491 
Bad Mergantheim 

Gebr. Gehringer - Herrenwiesenstr. 34 

Tel. 8061 
Bad Münder 

L. Uhland Lange Str. 56 ' Tel. 363 
Bad Nauheim 

Georg Scheller KG. Oieselstr. 10 

Tel. 2910/2102 
Bad Nenndorf 

Hermann Pinkau ■ Bahnhofstr. 1 • Tel. 526 
Bad Neuenahr 

Hans Vornberger - Hauptstr. 72 u. 86 

Tel. 255/56 
Bad Neustadt a. d. Saale 

Max Gaul KG. Meininger Str. 33 ■ Tel. 302 
Bad Niederbreisig/Rhein 

Willy Günther Koblenzer Str. 77 

Tel Amt Brohl 118 
Bad Oeynhausen 

Tacke & Co. KG. Kanalsfr. 56 Tal. 6034 
Bad Oldesloe 

Werner Brockmöllar • Hamburger Str. 8Sa 

Tel. 2116 

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Ph. Pabtt ' Oesdorfer Str. 14 



262 Tel. 3 
Tel. 2507 

Tel. 423 



Bad Pyrmont 

Max Bihl, Inh 

Tel 531 
Bad Rappenou 

Albert Weber ■ Babstadter Str 
Bad Reichenhail 

Josef Huber - Kiblinger Weg 7 
Bad Salzdetfurth 

O. Winter ■ An der Lamme 12o 
Bad Schwalbach 

Auto-Schick • Koblenzer Str. 1 
Bad Schwartau-Cleverbrück 

H. Wilke Hauptstr. 56 ■ Tel. Lübeck 37454 
Bad Segeberg 

Walter Tegethoff Eutiner Str. 29 • Tel. 2453 

Bad Soden/Ts. 

Volpert & Bisinger o.H.G. ■ Königsteiner Str. 1a 
Tel. 2631/2387 
Bad Tölz 

E. Schmirl u. Sohn ■ Kohlstattitr.18V» • Tal. 590 
Bad Vilbel 

Grimm & Sohn o.H.G. • Kastler Str. 19-21 
Tel. 2340 

Auto-Lutz • Friedberger Str. 90 • Tel. 2120 
Bad Wiessee/Obb. 

L. Heilmaier KG. - Sonkt-Johanser-Slr. 65 
Tel. Tegernsee 8216 

Bad Wildungen 

Auto-Becker Brunnenstr. 67 ■ Tel. 241 

Bad Wörishofen/Boy. 

F. Fischer • Hauptstr. 51 • Tel. 330 

Bad Zwischenahn i. Oidbg. 

Willi Burtke ■ Oldenburger Str. Tel. 2444 

Baiersbronn 

F. Finkbeiner 
Baiersdorf 

F. Baumann • 



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Murgtclstr. 23 ■ Tel. 447 

Tal. 235 
46 ■ Tel. 583 



Forchheimer Str. 19 
Balingan/Württ. 

Sauter K.G. • Wilhelm-Kraut-Str. 

Bamberg 

F. u. M. Franke • Kapuzinerstr. 32 • Tal. 21 55/56 
Hons Moosmaier - Siechenstr. 69 ■ Tal. 5264 

Bamanohl/Sauerland 

Josef Kirchhoff Hauptstr. 119 

Tel. Grevenbrück 7318 
Banteln (Kr. Alfeld) 

Josef Thom6 • An der Bundesstr. 3 

Tel. Gronau 757 
Bargteheide 

Alfred Schlappt ■ Hamburger Str. 28 • Tel. 597 
Borntrup i. L. 

Heinr. Tünnermann • Hamelner Str. • Tel. 305 
Barsinghausen a. D. 

Autohaus Senne - Rehrbrinkstr S 

Tel. 357 u. 788 
Bassum 

Autohaus H. Holtorf • Bremer Str. 47 • Tel. 356 
Battenberg/Eder 

E. Schneider • Marburger Str. 21 ■ Tel. 481 
Bayreuth 

Motor-Nützel • Bismorckstr. 73 

Tel. 2030/5285 
Bebra 

A. Trieselmonn o.H.G. - Eiscnocher Str. 50 

Tel. 213 
Beckum /Westf. 

Fritz Hogrebe Vorhelmar Str. 19-21 • Tel. 3640 

Bederkesa, Kr. Wesernrt. 

Johann Lohsen ■ Seebeckttr. 9 • Tel. 249 

Beerfelden (Odw.) 

Schäfer u. Haas - Gammetsbacher Str. 26 

Tel. 452 
Beiingries/Obf. 

Willy Maul Neumarkfer Str. 201a Tel. 101 
Belecke (Mohne) 

E. Ludewig • Lanfer 65 • Tel. Warttein 606 
Bendorf 

Lohrer u. Golombeck - Hauptstr. 25 
Tel. 7 32 

Bennemühlen 

F. Stille jun. Walsroder Str. 41 
Tel. Meilendorf 441 

Bensberg 

R. Zeitz Hauptstr. 43/45 - Tal. 2955 

Bansheim-Auerbach 

Ph. Krauss - Heidelberger Str. 9 - Tel. 2841 
Bentheim 

Otto Richclmann - Breteler Str. 8 ■ Tal. 23M 
Berchtesgaden 

Hans Buchwinkler - Bahnhofstr. 21 

Tel 2364 
Bergen, Kr. Celle 

Schmidt u. Söhne - Geller Str. 51 

Tel. 2088 
Berghai nn/Erft 

Josef Pedrotti - Kölner Str. 49-51 Tal. 1260 
Bergisch-Gladbach 

Robert Zeitz - Mülheimer Str. 76 

Tel. 3636 
Bergzabern 

Max Hofmann u. Sohn KG. • Weinttr. 71 

Tel. 435 
Berteburg 

W. Marburgar ■ Edarttr. 56 • Tal. 855 



Barlin-Halensea 

Eduard Winter - Kurfürstendamm 106 

(Verk.), Tal. Sa-Nr. 977951 Telex 0183843 

Berlin-Charlottenburg - Soorstr. 80 
^J« l. 9201 71 
^^^krlin-Halensee - Karlsruher Str. 24-30 
^^H . 976282 

^^Hlrlin-Neukölln - Hasenheide 74-78 
^Tel. 669434 

Berlin-Spandau ■ Am Juliusturm 54-56 

Tel. 3771 31 

Berlin-Steglitz - Albrechtstraße 16-18 

Tel. 727292 

Berlin N 65 - Am Nordhafen 4-5 

Tel. 464386 

A. Krauthahn Nestorstr. 27-29 

Tel. 977555 

Berlin NW 21 

Richard Braunschweig o.H.G. 
Wiclefstr. 60-62 • Tel. 352284 
Berlin W 3S 

W. Meißner GmbH. • Potsdamer Str. 55 
Tel. 132115 

Berlin-Charlottenburg 2 

Händel u. Münzer • Fasonenstr. 89 
Am Bahnhof Zoo ■ Tel. 31 01 56 

Berlin-Friedenou 

Autohaus Schwengber - Goßlerstr. 28 

Tel. Sa-Nr. 83 0211 
Berlin-Neukölln 

W. Britsch Grenzallee 100-108 

Tel. 623821 
Berlin-Reinickendorf 3 

C. F. W. Staamann • Berliner Str. 4-5 

Tel. Sa.-Nr. 492161 
Berlin-Tempelhof 

H. G. Röhl Tempelhofer Damm 119-121 

Tel. 750311 
Berlin- Wilmersdorf 

W. Pusch Detmolder Str. 46 ■ Tel. 870844 
Berlin-Zehlendorf 

Paul Mann • Charlottenburger Str. 6 

Tel. 842106 + 845854 

Berne i. O. 

Günther Lampe • I. Te2(X) 
Bernhausen/Filder 
Ernst Leypoldt • Plieninger Str. 21 

Tel. Stuftg. 79563 
Bernkastel/Kues 

J. Heiden Ww. • Saarallee 1 • Tel. 350 
Bersenbrück 

Bernhard Janning • Quakenbrücker Str. 7 

Tel. 368 
Besigheim 

F. Burkhardt • Hauptstr. 56 • Tel. 374 
Betzdorf 

August Kamp o.H.G. • Wilhelmstr. 95 

Tel. 2863 
Beuel-Ramersdorf 

H. Thomas K.G. ■ Königswinterer Str. 444 

Tel. Bonn 41542 
Bevensen 

Herbert Ellenberg ■ Lüneburger Str. 33 

Tel. 296 
Beverungen/Weser 

Fritz Borchert Bahnhofstr. 35 • Tel. 343 
Bexbach/Saar 

Gebr. Leis Wellesweiler Str. 80 ■ Tel. 765 
Biberach/Baden 

J. Allgeier • Hauptstr. 

Tel. Zell a. Hamersbach 525 
Biberach/Ri'<s 

Autot'on ttenbacher • Im Wolfental 8-15 

Tel. 888/89 
Bichl b. Kochel o. See 

Hans Röckenwagner ■ Mittenwalder Str. 37'/« 

Tel. Benedlktbeuern 272 
Biedenkopf/Lahn 

F. Herrmann Söhne • Hospitalstr. 78 

Tel. 214 
Bielefeld 

Wehmeier & Castrup GmbH. 

Herforder Str. 84-88 Tel. 63535 

Kundendienstanlage: 

Wiesen- Ecke Wilh.-Bertelsmann-Str. 

Tel. 635 35 Postfach 9003 

A. Bernmg KG. Herforder Str. 197 

Tel. 52414 
Bienenbüttel 

E. Fröhling • Uelzener Str. 8 Tel. 400 
Bieringen 

Gebr. Kohler • Tel. Berlichingen 257 
Bietigheim/Enz 

Autohaus Kramer ■ Tammer Str. 22 

Tel. 687 
Billerbeck 

E. Wenner Coesfelder Str. ■ Tel. 211 
Bingen/Rhein 

L. Honrath Mainzer Str. 71 • Tel. 51 99 
Bingerbrück 

L Honrath Koblenzer Str. 55-57 

Tel. 51 99 
Binsfeld 

K Brandt Bahnhofstr. • Tel. 279 
Bippen 

H. Sostmann • Bahnhofstr. • Tel. Berge 358 



Birkanfeld/Nohe 

Julius Kroninger, o.H.G. 

Friedrich-August-Str. • Tel. 268 
Bischofsheim b. Mainz 

Joachim Schulz - Rüsselsheimer Str. 28 

Tel. 287 
Bischofsheim/Rhön 

Auto-Kirchner Fuldasir. 2867« • Tal. 277 
Bissendorf 106, Kr. Osnabrück 

Fridolin Depenthal Tel. Wissingen 223 
Bitburg/Eifel 

Auto-Müller ■ An der Römermauer 

Tel. 3396 
Blaubeu ren 

O. Burger • Marktstr. 40 • Tel. 345 
Blomberg/Lippe 

Hache & Langemann - Hohenrennerweg 21 

Tel. 390 
Blumberg (Baden) 

S. Knöpfle ■ Tevesstr. 64 • Tel. 219 
Bocholt/Westf. 

Tekampe & Fisser • Münsterstr. 145-149 

Tel. 3348/49 
Bochum 

Hugo Hülpert ■ Freudenbergstr. 6-8 

(Ruhrschnellweg) • Tel. Sa.-Nr. 68451 

Franz Ortner, Bessemerstr. 10-14 • Tel. 63418 

E. Pflanz • Wiemelhauser Str. 92 • Tel. 62685 
Bochum-Gerthe 

F. Frohn • Castroper Hellweg 526 
Tel. 201 79 

Bochum-Langendreer 

W. u. H. Tiemeyer Unterstr. 56-58 

Tel. 22346 
Bockenem 

K. Steinhoff Seesener Str. • Tel. 317 
Bockum-Hövel 

W. Potthoff Klemmestr. 9-1 1 • Tel. Hamm 2 90 58 
Böblingen 

Ernst Kögel Stuttgarter Str. 9 • Tel. JVl 
Bodenwerder ( 

Mahnke & Co. • Hehlener Str. 18^- Tel. 540 
Bohmte 

F. Heidmeyer ■ Bremer Str. 402/402a 

Tel. 300 
Börsten, Bez, Bremen 

Heinrich Küver • An der Bundesstr. 6 

Tel. Hagen 335 
Bonn 

Autohaus J. Fleischhauer KG. 

Friedrich-Eberf-Allee • Tel. 26031-34 

J. Noiden - Livelingsweg ■ Tel. 55261 

Bopfingen/Württ. 

Georg Römer ■ Neue Nördllnger Str. 
Tel. 240 
Boppard/ Rhein 

E. Strauch Angertstr. 40 • Tel. 7814 
Borgholzhausen 

H. Speckmann • Bahnhof • Tel. 330 
Borghorst/Westf. 

Brinkhaus & Huesmonn 
Burgsteinfurter Str. 5 • Tal. 2146 

Bork 

H. Horst • Hermannstr. 181 • Tel. 705 
Borken 

Auto-Tekampe ■ Nordring ■ Tel. 2635 

Bornhainn/Bonn 

P. Linden • Burgstr. 66 Tel. 2205 
Bottrop/Wastf. 

Franz Regnit ■ Hans-Sachs-Str. 15-19 

u. Essener Str. ■ Tel. 5847/48 

Auto-Winkelmann • Prosper-Menzel-Sfr. 13 

Tel. 5754 
Boxberg (Baden) 

A. L. u. W. Stauch Hauptstr. 90 

Tel. 354 

Brackwede/Westf. 

Wehmeier & Castrup GmbH. 
Bielefelder Str. 50 Tel. 41293 
Brake/ Unterweser 

C. Kunst Neustadtstr. 1 Tel. 414 

F. Böning Breite Str. 103 • Tel. 367 / 967 
Brake b. Bielefeld 

K.-H. Dreesbeimdieke Herforder Str. 802 
Tel. 52995 

Brakel 

Albert Seibert Driburger Str. 2 • Tel. 236 
Bramsche 

H. Böttcher Lindenstr. 23 ■ Tel. 560 
Braunfels/Lahn 

E. Stock Wetzlarer Str. • Tel. 225 
Braunlage/Ober harz 

Walter Väckenstedt ■ Harzburger Str. 19a 

Tel. 514 
Braunschweig 

Max Voets GmbH. 

Süd: Wolfenbütteler Str. 51 

Stadtmitte: Stobenstr. 9 

Tel. Sa.-Nr. 20291, Nachtruf 28008 

K. Bonte Celler Str. 63 Tel. 2 28 44 

Erich Damke Frankfurter Str. 243 

Tel. 41161 / 62 

Holzberg K.G. - Hamburger Str. 23 

Tel. 33315/16 
Breckerfeld 

R. Wippermann • Frankfurter Str. • Tel. 237 

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Braklum, Kr. Husum 

H. Carstens Inh. Peter Carslant 
Tel. Bredstedt 363 
Bremen 

Schmidt + Koch GmbH. • Stretemannstr 1-7 
Tel. Sa. -Nr. 444011 Telex 0244976 
Autoh. Utbremen ■ Norderneystr. 
Tel. 87051-53 

A. Carstens Löningstr. 12 • Tel. 301434 
Bremen-Blumenthal 

G. Schutzek ■ Ronnebecker Str. 62 
Tel. 671226 
Bremen-Horn 

Jonny Hilker • Leher Heerstr. 69 
Tel. 496084 
Brcmen-Letum 

August Schröder KG. Bremer Heerstr. IS 
Tel. 75344/45 
Bremen-Neustadt 

E. & H. Windeis Hohentors Heerstr. 178 
Tel. 35 5071/72 
Bremerhaven-Lehe 
Schmidt + Koch GmbH. 
Stresemannsfr. 122 Tel. 45187 
Bremervörde 

Friedrich Tomforde • Ernst-Bode-Str. 4-6 
Tel. 2445 
Bretten j. B. 

Alex Veit ■ An der Umgehungsstr. 
Tel. 588 
Brettheim/Württ. 

Georg Strohmeier • Haupfstr. • Tel. 65 
Brilon/Westf. 

Heinrich Biederbick • Bahnhofstr. 14 
Tel. 587 
Broittedt, Kr. Wolfenbüttel 

E. Krafft Lebenstedfer Str. 72 • Tel. 320 
Bruchsat 

W. & E. Konrad o.H.G. • Am Friedrichsplatz 
Tel. 2223 

Kitzki & Co. • Justus-Knecht-Str. 5 
Tel. 21 73 
Brühl/Bez. Köln 
Max Geissler GmbH. Kölner Str. 139 
Tel. 2559 
Buchholz, Kr. Harburg 

Kurt Köhnke Lüneburger Str. 9 ■ Tel. 355 
Buchloe 

Otto Heimer • Mindelheimer Str. 8 • Tel. 456 
Bückeburg 

E. Steinhotf Hannoversche Str. 8a • Tel. 364 
Büdingen 

F. Doli Tel. 579 
Bühl i. B. 

Autoientrale J. Hotz ■ Hauptstr. 72 

Tel. 3770 
Bünde/Westf. 

Ewald Petring • Wasserbreite 40-42 

Tel. 3259 
Büren/Westf. 

Hans Henke • Fürstenberger Str. 28 

Tel. 489 
Bürstadt 

E. Engler • Lampertheimer Str. • Tel. 787 
Burg auf Fehmarn 

Gottl. Steenbock Bahnhofstr. 27 • Tel. 570 
Burgdorf/ Han. 

G. Haacke • Vor dem Hannoverschen Tor 7 
Tel. 646 

Burgebrach/Ofr. 

L. Sporlein Nr. 126"/; • Tel. 361 
Burghausen/Salzach 

Franz Zellbeck ■ Marktlerjtr. 10 • Tel. 549 
Burgkunstadt 

Rudi Zeltler Lichtenfelser Str. 254e 

Tel. 401 
Burglengenfeld 

H. Werner Regensburger Str. 20 ■ Tel. 459 
Burgsteinfurt/Westf. 

Bnnkhaus u. Huesmann 

Emsdettener Str. 36 • Tel. 2369 
Burhave i. O. 

M. Schröder Kirchstr. • Tel. 22S 
Burladingen 

Autohaus Ernst Kössler • Hauptstr. 

Tel. 242 
Burscheid bei Köln 

Auto-Sauer KG. Luisenstr. 14 • Tel. 419 
Butzbach 

Bodeker u. Sohn • Weiseler Str. 59 

Tel. 2541 
Buxtehude 

Ludwig Eberstein Stader Str. 13 • Tel. 2282 

Calw/Württ. 

Emil Mohn Stuttgarter Str. 27 • Tel. 321 
Camberg/Ts. 

Wilhelm Loftermann o.H.G. 

Frankfurter Str. Tel. 344 
Castrop-Rauxel 1 

Friedrich Laumen • Habinghorster Str. 201 

Tel. 26 37 

Plugsterl & Hagenbrock ■ Münsterstr. 52 

Tel. 2730 
Celle/Han. 

O. Martin Nordwall 27 Tel. 2231 

W. Rosenwinkel Harburger Heerstr. 19 

Tel. 3509 

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Chom/Bayern 

Autohaus Cham o.H.G. 
Straubinger Landstr. 1 ■ Tel. 241 
Clausthal-Zellerfeld 2 

Richard Herterich Goslorsche Str. 52 o 

Tel. 352 
Clenze 

O. Schmidt • Lüchower Str. 18 • Tel. 442 
Cloppenburg i. O. 

Bernard Südbeck Pingel-Anton-Str. 

Tel. 2788 
Coburg 

Willy Ernst ■ Neusfadfer Str. 14 

Tel. 4088/89 
Cochem/Mosel 

M. Maier Moselstr. 24 Tel. 7471 
Coesfeld/Westf. 

Hans Steck Bahnhofstr. 8-12 • Tel. 2481/82 
Colnrade S6 über Twistringen, Bez. Bremen 

Gustav Gildehaus • Tel. 242 
Coppenbrügge/Han. 

Waller Buhr Marienauer Str. 264 • Tel. 272 
Crailsheim/Württ. 

Schneider KG. Bahnhofstr. 30 • Tel. 317 
Creglingen/Württ. 

Walter Faiss Craintaler Str. 356 • Tel. 225 
Ci'eussen 

Fr. Harfmann Neuhofer Str. 158 • Tel. 286 
Cuxhaven 

Fritz Hahnl • Meyer- Ecke Wernerifr. 

TeL 3213/14 

Daaden (Sieg) 

Diffring u. Roth • Im Schütienhof 10 

Ttl. 271 
Dachau 

Josef Greger ■ Ludwig-Thoma-Sfr. 30 

Tel. 477 
Oahn/Pfalz 

R. Lösch ■ Pirmasenser Str. 64 ■ Tel. 249 
Damme i. O. 

B. Goda Mühlenstr. 112 • Tel. 522 
Dannenberg/Elbe 

Ing. Heinz Belling ■ Lüchower Str. 19 

Tel. 231 
Dannstadt (Pfalz) 

Th. Nelsbach Neustadter Str. 4 

Tel. Assenheim 352 
Darmstadt 

Autohaus J. Wiest & Söhne GmbH. 

Heinrichstr. 52 u. Riedstr. 5 

Tel, 71091 Telex 04189274 
Darmstadt-Arheilgen 

Elbert o.H.G. Frankfurter Landstr. 163 

Tel. 74567 
Darmstadt-Eberstadt 

Neumann u. Kapple<- 

Pfungstädter Str. 51-53 Tel. 79391 

Darmstadt-Griesheim 

F. Kaiser Wilheln-Leischner-Str. 270 
Tel. Griesheim 361 
Datteln/Westf. 

Paul Konstanzok • Fr.-Ebert-Str. 3 • Tel. 451 
Daun/Eifel 

Matthias Gessner • Ab<-Richard-Str. 8 
Tel. 405 
Deggendorf/Donau 

Bruno Ballach Gra'linger Str. 125 
Tel. 2S37 
Delmenhorst i. O. 

Autohaus Gabriel Oldenburger Str. 146 
Tel. 2393 
Denklingen/Schvir. Nr. 11 

A. Sanktjohanser • Tel. Asch 705 
Detmold 

Paul Stegelma.m Wiesensfr. 2-6 • Tel. 4848 
Dielingen 

H Willmann • Tel. 416 
Diepholz 

W. Paradick Postdamm 3 ■ Tel. 238 
Schnelldienst: Mühlenstr. 3 • Tel. 410 
Diessen/ Ammersee 

H Schü'-er Tel. 270 
Dillingen/Saar 

A. Seiwert Werderstr. 35 • Tel. 6425 
Dingden 

Ern^f Duvenbeck ■ Dorfbauerschaft 52 
Tel. Ringenberg 314 
Dingolfing 

R. Zeissig Bahnhofstr. 89-91 ■ Tel. 406 
Dinkelsbühl 

Müller & Noil Feuchtwanger Str. • Tel. 532 
Dinslaken/Ndrh. 

Bonning & Hutmacher KG. • Bohnstr 22 
Tel. 2401 
Donaueschingen 

Autohaus K. Kraus KG. • Mühlenstr. 8 
Tel. 2541 
Donau wörth-Berg 

Banzer KG. Nürnberger Str. 48 • Tel. 367 
Dorfen-Stadt/Obb. 

A. Gruber • Bahnweg 28 ■ Tel. 325 
Dorfmark 

Marquardt & Bodeker ■ Tel. 380 
Dormagen/ Ndrh. 

Willi Kappenberg Kölner Str. 13-15 
Tel. 2298 



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Dornum/Ostfriesland 

Karl Ammermann - Umgehungssir. 95 
Tel. 238 
Dorsten 

G. Enning ■ Borkener Str. 
Vtt. 2163 / 3230 
Irtnnund 
Hülpert & Co. GmbH. Westfalendamm 18 
Tel. 528512 Telex 0822473 
Hülpert & Müller - Lindenhorster Str. 44 
Tel. 88721 

Auto-Franken ■ Körner Hellweg 12 
Tel. 555141 / 42 

J. Ferlemann - Bdrenbruch 36-44 
Tel. 64470 
Dortmund-Derne 

Römer u. Große-Leege • Altenderner Str. 10a 
Tel. 553002 
Oortnnund-Hörde 

Allg. Autom.-Verk.-GmbH. 
Wellinghofer Str. 73 ■ Tel. 41223 
Dortmund- Hombruch 

E. Voigt • Deutsch-Luxemburger-Str 57 
Tel. 71660 
Dortmund-Kirchlinde 

Erich Priebe Rahmerstr. 314 • Tel. 64600 
Dreihausen Kr. Marburg 

J. Schomber Tel. Heskem 268 
Drensteinfurt 

H. Franke Bahnhofstr. 26 • Tel. 195 
Drolshagen 

Gebr Nies Hagener Str. 67 • Tel. 7241 
Duderstadt 

Wilhelm Abicht Industriesfr. 17 ■ Tel. 518 
Duisburg 

Röchling u. Co. • Auf der Höhe 21 
Tel. 20086/88 

u. Koloniestr. 63 • Tel. 35216 
Fischer & Niessing GmbH. • Sternbuschweg 95 
Tel. 351051 
Dulsburg-Beek 

H. Klinkenberg • Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 221 
Tel. 4 15 38 
Duisburg-Buchhoz 
Müller KG. • Düsseldorfer Landstr. 37-39 
Tel. 70164 
Duisburg-Hamborn 

H. Austermann & Co. KG. 
Helene-Kropp-Str. 2 ■ Tel. 51641 /42 
Duisburg-Meiderich 

Paul Meier Koopmannstr. 10b • Tel. 42719 
Duisburg- Wanheimerort 

O. Kimpel Kulfurstr. 25 • Tel. 70070 
Duisdorf-Lessenich 

Sfeinbach u. Schäfer • Duisdorfer Str 26 
Tel. Bonn 30480 
Dülken 
Josef Hölter ■ Kurze Str. 
Tel. Viersen 55063 
Dülmen/Westf. 

Kurt Weber • Halterner Str. 106 • Tel. 708 
Düren 

Karl Mohr ■ Kölner Landstr. 100 • Tel. 3241 
Düren-Birkesdorf 

Gebr. Wolff Jülicher Str. 152 • Tel. 5756 
Düsseldorf 

NORDRHEIN GmbH. • Höher Weg 85 
Tel. 785261 • Telex 08582865 
Defailverkauf u. Kundendienstanlage: ' 
Oberbilker Allee 98 • Tel. 785211 
Kahmann & Schumacher • Talstr. 6-10 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 1 0808 • u. Grafenberger Allee 305 
Tel. 666011 

Adelbert Moll, Aufohandelsges. m.b.H 
Adlerstr. 34-40 Tel. 3501 21 
Schirmerstr. 41-47 • Tel. 3501 21 
Tussmannstr. 56-60 • Tel. 350121 
Oskar Schneider • Kölner Landstr. 19 
Tel. 782925 

A. Nass Martinstr. 99 Tel. 75517 
Düsseldorf-Benrath 

Peter Rudolf Heinen • Sophienstr. 10 
Tel. 717676 
Düsseldorf-Gerresheim 

Karl Beck Neußer Tor 14 • Tel. 691094 
Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth 

A. Wiese ■ Arnheimer Str. 50 Tel. 402227 
Düsseldorf-Oberkassel 
Klaus von de Fenn • Güterbahnhof. 
Am Belsenpl. Tel. 55600 / 55969 " 
G. Häberli Oberkasseler Str. 43-45 
Tel. 51459 
Düsseldorf-Rath 
J. Mischke • Westfalensfr. 19 • Tel. 628532 

Eberbach/ Neckar 

R. Filsinger Friedrichsdorfer Str. 
Tel. 788 

Ebermannstadt 

Baptist Hölzlein ■ Friedrich-Palm-Sfr. 1 
Tel. 255 
Ebern 

H. Hepp Papiermühle • Tel. 117 
Ebingen 

Josef Haug KG. • Sigmaringer Str. 48-52 

Tel. 3333 Telex 0763830 
Ebstorf, Kr. Uelzen 

P. Müller Hauptstr. 46a Tel. 406 



Eckernförd« 

Autohaus Eckernförde GmbH. Noorstr 28 

Tel. 2798 
Edenkoben 

W. Busch • Bahnhofstr. 185 • Tel. 470 
Edingen 

Auto-Ding Mannheimer Str. 51 

Tel. Ladenburg 43 83 
Eggenfelden/Ndbay. 

Martin Ritzinger • Pfarrkirchner Str 16 

Tel. 744/45 
Ehingen/Donau 

Fritz Fischer KG. Münsinger Str. 33 

Tel. 205 
Ehrang 

Philipp Wagner • Trierer Str. 152-158 

Tel. Trier 6067 
Eich 

Ph. Müller & Co. KG. • Oshofener Str 
Tel. 268 
Eichstätt 

OMo Hopf • Ingolsfödter Str. 3-4 • Tel 351 
Einbeck 

Fritz Hübener • Altendorfer Landstr 21 
Tel. 431, 2476 
Einfeld 

P. Greier • Hamburger Chaussee 246 
Tel. 3801 
Eisenberg 

J. Ehard • Hauptstr. 70 • Tel. 285 
Eitorf/Sieg 

Peter Schorn • Bahnhof 41 • Tel. 363 
Ellingen 

J. Lechner oHG. Weißenburger Str 5 
Tel. Weißenburg 2319 
Ellwangen 

G. Borst • Haller Str. 20 ■ Tel. 242 
Elmshorn 

Autohaus Elmshorn GmbH • Kl. Görtnerstr 1 
Tel. 3711-14 • Telex 021 8411 
Eltville/Rhein 
G. Günther Bartels Wdliufcrstr. 12 
Tel. 2670 
Elze/Han. 

W. Becker • Hauptstr. 75 ■ Tel. 252 
Emden/Ostfr. 

Goftlieb Symens • Auricher Str. 21 
Tel. 2656 
Emmelshausen 

Josef Kneip • An der Hunsrückhöhenstr. 
Tel. 243 
Emmendingen 

Autohaus Kannenberg KG. 
Freiburger Str. 7 • Tel. 689 
Emmerich 

Fisser & Hellwig KG. • s'Heerenbergerstr. 1 

Emmershausen 

W. Veidt Gemündener Str. 

Tel. Rod a. d. Weil 395 
Emsdetten 

Paul König • Arminstr. 13 • Tel. 834 
Engelskirchen/Broich 

Richard Stein • Köln-Olpen%r-Str. • Tel. 2294 
Engen/Hegau 

Otto Moser Hegaustr. • Tel. 314 
Enger/Westf. 

A. Bonze Eschstr. 247 ■ Tel. 274 
Eppingen 

Otto Preusch KG. • Brettener Str. 55 

Tel. 3 60 
Erding/Obb. 

Josef Walch KG. ■ Münchener Str. 22-24 

Tel. 753 

Erfde über Rendsburg 

Christoph Block • Rendsburger Landstr 
Tel. 250 
Erkelenz 

Willy Sirries Krefelder Str. 2 • Tel. 31 32 
Erlangen 

Tauwald o.H.G. ■ Nürnberger Str. 6Vi 

Tel. 2685 ^' 

H. Dorn Drausnickstr. 36 • Tel. 41 23 
Erndtebrück 

Wilhelm Völker ■ Marburger Str. 5 

Tel. 384 
Erwitte 

Franz Strunk ■ Lippstädter Str. 53 ■ Tel. 216 
Eschede, Kr. Celle 

Th. Bidenharn KG. ■ Celler Str. 17 

Tel. 2 38 
Eschenbach/Opf. 

Auto-Holler • Kirchenthumbacher Str. 30 

Tel. 303 
Eschwege 

Automobil-Centrale Heinr. Fiege 

Stodt 46-48 Tel. 2308 

Auto-Trümper Brückentor 7 • Tel. 2414 
Eschweiler 

Nicolaus Htigers • Dürener Str. 159 

Tel. 2265 
Esens 

E. Rösner ■ Auricher Str. 2 Tel. 516 
Eslohe/Sauerland 

P. Arens Hauptstr. 56 • Tel. 345 
Espelkamp-Mittwald 

D. Büsing Rahdener Str. 1 • Tel. Rahden 211 

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Etaan 

Gottfried Schultz GmbH. Kruppstr 307a 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 74081 /83 Telex 0857701 
u. Hachestr. - Ecke Hoffnungsstr. • Tel. 74081 
Willi. Müller Gladbecker Str. 18 
Tel. 222751/52 
E«««n-Borb«clc 

Hermonn Böddeling • Germaniattr. 160 
Tel. 601 73 
EMen-Holtterhau««n 
Josef RitienhoH • Cranachsir. 13 
Tel. 74332 
Es««n-Kray 

Kurt Tischer Watfenscheider Str. 41 
Tel. 5 3685 
EM«n-Kupferdreh 

Leo Sprungmann • Byfanger Str. 44 
Tel. 48304 
EMen-Rüttenscheid 

Willi Brüne Riittenscheider Str. 327 
Tel. 41028 u. 41107 
Etten-Schonncbcck 

E. Dienet Gelsenkirchener Str. 187a 
Tel. 200889 
Eeeen-Stcele 

Karl Rahn Steeler Str. 481 • Tel. 53452-54 
Essen i. O. 

Aug. Hukelmann ■ Lange Str. 37 • Tel. 314 
Esslingen/Neckar 

Autohaus Wendnagel Olgastr. 31-32 
u. Ottostr. 6 Tel. 358044 
H. Leonberger Allmandstr. 1 • Tel. 357998 
Ettlingen/Baden 

H. Stoppanski • Pforzheimer Str. 21 
Tel. 2680 
Euskirchen 

W. Lückeralh KG. • Münstereifeler Str. 157 
Tel. 31 22 
Eutin/Holst. 

Johs. Rohardf Alb.-Mahlsfedt-Str. 2 
Tel. 2757 
Everswinkel 

Gebr. Serries Bahnhofstr. 192 
Tel. 407 
Fallingbostel 

Marquardt & Bödeker • Soltauer Str. 
Tel. 2 32 
Faßberg (Kr. Celle) 

Josef Hackel Schlichternheide 2 • Tel 232 
Feldkirchen b. W. 

H. Mainz! KG. ■ Münchener Str. 5-7 
Tel. 252 
Fellbach b. Stuttgart 

Hahn Motorfahrz. GmbH. ■ Ringstr. 12 
Tel. 566171 
Felsberg 

A. Steinbach & Sohn • Steinweg 269 
Tel. Gensungen 293 
Feucht b. Nürnberg 

Auto-Kaiser • Schwabacher Str. 383 
Tel. 460 
Feuchtwangen 

Georg Breitschwert Rothenburger Str. 35 
Tel. 362 
Fischhausen/Schliersee 
L. PusI Neuhauser Str. 3a 
Tel. Schliersee 312 
Flensburg 

Baack & Nicolai Bahnhofstr. 21 
Tel. 7281/82 
Flieder 

Otto Auth Tel. Neuhof 439 
Flörsheim/M. 

Auto-Schmitt • An der Opelbrücke 
Tel. 236 
Forchheim 

Reinhold Hartner ■ Nürnberger Str. 41 
Tel. 389 
Forsting/Obb. 

b. Wasserburg/Inn 
Emil Reisinger ■ Tel. Steinhöring 17 
Forth 

Elise Pommer Nr. 161 • Tel. 556 
Frankenberg/Eder 

A. Lorenz Ederstr. 10 Tel. 8060 
Frankfurt/M.-Süd 10 

O. Glöckler Darmstädter Landstraße 154-168 
Tel. Sa-Nr. 60641 Telex 0411453 
Zweigbetr.: Voltastr. 72 Tel. 773141 
Frankfurt/M. 

W, Erb Musikantenweg 78 • Tel. 46985 
Autohaus am Kurfürstenplatz 
Schloßstr. 41-49 Tel. 779441 
Auto-Otter Enkheimer Str. 6-8 • Tel. 433520 
Hans Petermann ■ Sontraer Str. 21 
Tel. 4111 62, 41 1164 

Hermann Siegrist • Friedberger Landstr. 298 
Tel. 592548 

A. Stein u. Co. o.H.G. • Mönchhofitr. 28 
Tel. 33 5821 
Frankfurt/M.-Nord 

Willi Buhlmann Hügelstr. 21 
Tel. 529405 u. 511677 
Frankfurt/.M.-Heddernheim 

W. Liebmann Hessestr. 9 Tel. 521827 
Frankfurt/M.-Höchst 

Martin Jacobi • Bolongarostr. 49-53 
Tel. 312695 / 313629 

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Tel. 31 2927 



Ravensburger Str. 29 



Tel. 287 



W. Voigt • Kurmainzer Str. 35 • Tel. 3128M 
Frankfurt/M.- Nieder rad 

Auto-Schmitt o.H.G. • Konigslocher Str. 17-23 
Tel. 672044-46 
Frankrurt/M.-Ost 

Auto-A-B-C ■ S. Thrun o.H.G. 
An den Riederhöfen 8, Hanauer Landstr. 
Tel. 46735 

Auto-Brendel KG. • Sonnemonnstr. 35-37 
Tel. 46808 u. 42933 
Frankfurt/M.-Rebstock 

Niedermann u. S. - Niedenau 6-10 
Tel. 724366 
Frankfurt/M.-Rödelheim 

Adolf Leiss Alt-Rödelheim 2 - Tel. 782616 
Frankfurt/M.-Sossenheim 

A. Klein Westerbachstr. 234-236 
Frechen/Bez. Köln 

Hans Westkamp • Kölner Str. 199 
Tel. 2798 
Freckenhorst 

H. Naatz Hoetmaer Str. 49 • Tel. 
Freiburg-Breisgau 

Baden-Auto GmbH. • Basler Str. 59-69 
Tel. 48604 Telex 0772813 
Südwest-Auto Haslacher Str. 41 
Tel. 47930/46239 Telex 0772774 
Freilassing/Obb. 

Otto Marx Reichenhaller Str. 53 
Tel. 2004 
Freising 

Franz Gilg KG. • Gartenstr. 19 • Tel. 2391 
Freudenstadt/Schwarzw. 

Auto-Kohler KG. • Wildbader Str. 1-3 
Tel. 2466 
Freyung vorm Wald/Ndb. 

M. Rabenbauer • Grafenauer Str. 78 
Tel. 241 
Friedberg b. Augsburg 

Rudolf Riedmüller • Aichacher Str. 24 
Tel. 3 5464 
Friedberg/Hessen 

Auto-Dunker • Mainzer Toranlage 44 
Tel. 5113/14 ■ Telex 041 5927 
Friedrichsfeld 

Auto-Wellmann • Poststr. 63 b 
Tel. Wesel 4346 
Friedrichshafen 
Oskar Bleicher 
Tel. 2110 
Friesoythe i. O. 

Auto-Jannink • Grüner Hof 
Fritzlar 

Auto-Arend Kasseler Str. 24 ■ Tel. 443 
Fröndenberg 

A. Schnell • Westicker Str. 55 
Tel. Menden 7926 
Fulda 

H. Kahrmann GmbH. 
Kurfürstenstr. 15-17 i>. Fulda-Lehnerz 
Tel. 3737-39 • Telex 049857 
Kurt Reichelt Frankfurter Str. • TeL 2416 
Fürstenfeldbruck 

Rasch jr., K.G Augsourger Str. 51 
Tel. 2766/2141 
Fürstenzeli/Ndb. 

iosef Steinhögl Hauptplatz 95 • Tel. 372 
Fürth/Bayern 

Autohaus Pillenstein GmbH. • Königstr. 135 
Tel. 786 34 • Telex 062? 455 
KD.: Würzburger Str. 134 Tel. 71211 
u. Nürnberger Str. 153 Tel. 74070 
P. Bauernfeind Rudolf-Breitscheid-Str. 13 
Tel. 724 34 
Füssen/Allgäu 

Antes & Huber • Kemptener Str. 59 
Tel. 333 
Fürth i. Wald 

Hans Fischer Grabitzer Str. 40-42 
Tel. 221 
Furtwangen 

Albert Siedle KG Allmendstr. 57 • Tel. 261 

Gaggenau/Baden 

R. Lang KG. Hauptstr. 85-87 

Tel. 7261^62 
Gaildorf/Württ. 

W. Seybold Karlitr. 44 • Tel. 340 
Garding 

H Gloy Süderstr. 30 • Tel. 228 
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 

Heitz & Co. KG. Münchner Str. 100a 

Tel. 3556 
Garstedt (Bez. Hamburg) 

Hans Blum • Ulzburger Str. 167 

Tel. 5783 32 

Willy Lüdemann Ohechaussee 194-198 

Tel. 578884 
Gauting b. München 

R. Schäfer & Söhne o.H.G. 

Starnberger Str. 31 Tel. 861288 
Cedern 

A. Oberheim Hauptstr. '32A Tel. 369 
Geesthacht 

M. Siemers • Geesthachter Str. 67 

Tel. 33 33 
Gehrden 

Otto Hase Gartenstr. • Tel. 392 




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Geilenkirchen/Rhid. 

Auto Basten Hauptstr. 212-220 Tel. 2728 
Geisenfeld/Ilm 

Hans Wineberger - Maximilianstr. 18 

•Tel. 481 
lislautern/Saor 
L. Friedrich Ludweiler Str. 215 
Tel. 7222 
Geislingen/Steige 

Autohaus Beck • Stuttgarter Str. 272 
Tel. 51 97 
Geldern 

Willi Brandt Issumer Londstr. 152-154 
Tel. 501 
Gelnhausen 

Fr. Wilhelm Kultau Frankfurter Str. 32 
Tel. 2378 
Gelsenkirchen 

Hülpert & Co. GmbH. Wildenbruchstr. 44-46 
Tel. 23554-56 u. Gelsenk. -Buer 
Cranger Str. 265/67 Tel. 235 54 
Gelscnkirchcn-Buer 

Otto Wilmsen ■ Schlesischer Ring 5a 
Tel. 31248 
Gcisenkirchen-Horst 

Franz Pogge Essener Str. 71 • Tel. 55141/42 
Gelsenkirchen-Resse 

H. Kläsener Hertener Str. 66 ■ Tel. 30810 
Cemünd, Kr. Schieiden 

Josef Kühn Herm.-Kattwinkel-Platz 7 
Tel. 212 
Cemünden a. M. 

Hermann Kusterer ■ Bahnhofstr. 5 
Tel. 290 
Gemünden/H unsrück 

V. Pleitz Hauptstr. 153 • Tel. 223 
Georgsmarienhütte 

Hülsmann u. Tegeler • Glückauf-Str. 32 
Tel. 3 55 
Germersheim/Pfalz 

Rheinag GmbH. - Bellheimer Str. 9 
Tel. 453 
Gernshei m/Rhein 

A. Männer ■ Biebesheimer Str. 22 
Tel. 279 
Gerolstein/Eifel 

Joh. Ewertz ■ Sarresdorfer Str. 9 • Tel. 382 
Gerolzhofen/Ufr. 

Max Engert u. Sohn ■ Rügshofener Str. 171 
Tel. 551 
Gersfeld 

A. Penzel Fuldaer Landstr. 16 ■ Tel. 247 
Gerstetten 

K. A. Dietrich Wilhelmstr. 26 • Tel. 218 
Gersthofen b. Augsburg 

Josef Wagner ■ Augsburger Str. 51 
Tel. 39251 
Geseke 

F. Niggemeier • Erwitter Str. 
Gevelsberg 

K. Röttger Hagener Str. 110-114 
Tel. 41 57/58 Telex 08229401 
Gschwend 

F. Beyerbach ■ Gmünder Str. 7 • Tel. 1 34 
Giengen/Brenz 

W. Klenk ■ Hähnlestr. 28 Tel. 324 
Gießen 

Georg Scheller KG. ■ Frankfurter Str. 171 
Tel. 4921 Telex 0482885 
E. Michel Grünberger Str. 49-51 ■ Tel. 65 38 
K. Seuffert Frankfurter Str. 43-47 Tel. 3460 
Gifhorn 

Fritz Schlingmann ■ Braunschweiger Str. 97 
Tel. 510 
Gisseltshousen 

Post Rottenburg/Laaber • Johann Lang KG. 
Hauptstr. 18'/, Tel. 237 
Gladbeck 

W. Schmitz ■ Wilhelmstr. 3a • Tel. 3051 /52 
R. Schubert Zweckeier Str. 15 Tel. 2672 
Gladenbach, Kr. Biedenkopf 

Hans Hoch Bahnhofstr. 16-18 Tel. 218 
Glandorf i. Han. 

C. Recker Iburger Str. 130 • Tel. 433 
Glückstadt 

W. Schümann Stadlstr. Tel. 419 
Cnarrenburg 

F. Meyer Hindenburgstr. 87 • Tel. 361 
Goch 

J Boumans KG. Voßstr. 56 Tel. 2515 
Göggingen bei Augsburg 

Lorenz Lechner ■ Gögginger Landstr. 64 
Tel. Augsburg 33769 
Göppingen 

Goppinger Autohandelsges. mbH. 
Heiningerstr. 5 • Tel. 3825/26 
Auto-Jahn. Inh. Schäuffele 
Stuttgarter Str. 33-35 Tel. 2986 
Gößweinstein 

F. Pförtner Nr. 145 • Tel. 208 
Göttingen 

Autohaus Südhannover GmbH. 
Kasseler Landstr. 67 Tel. 23456 
Goslar 

Albert Stovenow KG. • Im Schleeke 100 
Tel 4021/22 
Graben/Baden 

Karl Hultner Hauptstr. 2 • Tel. 3 34 



Gräfeiring/München 

Rudolf Zeilmeier ■ Pasinger Str. 1 
Tel. 852730 
Grafenau 

Franz Hable Elsenthaler Str. 22 
Tel. 3 75 
Crofenwöhr 

J. ErtI Bahnhofstr. 236 Tel. 413 
Grebenhoin 

E. Schattet Bahnhofstr. 70 Tel. 257 
Greding/Mfr. 

Auto-Sebesic Bahnhofstr. 20 Tel. 220 
Creven/Wcstf. 

Josef Heitkötter Bahnhofstr. 66 Tel. 456 
Grevenbroich 

Auto-Kramer ■ Lindenstr. 68 • Tel. 1284 
Gröbenzell 

W. Neumayr Olchinger Str. 150 
Tel. Olehing 9203 
Grömitz/Ostsee 

Edmund Bartsch - Brinkenhag. Weg 
Tel. 238 
Grönenbach/Allgdu 

L. Schöllhorn ■ Memminger Str. 4 
Tel. 272 
Gronau, Kr. Ahaus 
J. Meyer & Söhne o.H.G. 
Ochtruper Str. 18 • Tel. 550 
Großbottwor 

W. Grießhaber, Inh. E. Ebner 
Kleinbotlwarer Str. 711 ■ Tel. 231 
Croßdornberg 111 

Steinböhmer oHG • Werther Str. 111 o 
Tel. Bielefeld 78614 
Groß-Gerau 

M. Lämmermann • Mainzer Str. 84 
Tel. 422 
Groß-Reken 

H. Kürten Bahnhofstr. 239 • Tel. 1 39 
Groß-Umstadt 

Auto-Schütz • Höchster Stc 56 • Tel. 251 
Groß-Zinrtmern b. OiebuVg ' 
Adam Hix • Dieburger Str. 110 
Tel. Dieburg 346 
Grünberg/Hessen 

H. Pracht Gießener Str. 44 • Tel. 341 
Grünstadt 

Georg Rittersbacher • Kirchheimer Str. 596 
Tel. 2592 
Grünwald b. München 

Felix Bräu Südl. Münchener Str. 12-16 
Tel. 471533.471717 
Günzburg-Denzingen 

F. Hompf • Ichenhäuser Str. 12 • Tel. 859 
Gütersloh 

Auto-Zentrale Karl Thiel KG. 
Rhedaer Str. 21-27 Tel. 43 33/34 
Gunzenhousen-Schlungenhof 

Schumann KG Tel. 2077 
Haog/Obb. 

H. Pohl Münchner Str. 19a Tel. 363 
Haon/Rhid. 

Ewald Herring • Bahnhofstr. 39-41 
Tel. 273 
Haar b. München 

Hans Feicht • Münchner Str. 39 
Tel. 469391 
Hochenburg-Westerwald 

Karl Bergisch Koblenzer Str. • Tel. 418 
Hogen/Westf. 

Kurt Röttger KG. Weststr. 1 
Tel. 23751-55 Telex 0823714 
Haiger/Dillkreis 
Theodor Jung, Inh. H. Thomas 
Hauptstr. 7-9 Tel. 4740 
Hoigerloch/Hohenz. 

Christian Haasis • Tel. 344 
Halle/Westf. 

G. Jensen KG. Bielefelder Str. 2 - Tel. 650 
Haltern 

L. Keysberg Münsterstr. 19 • Tel. 2176 
Halvcr 

G. V. Bruch Frankfurter Str. • Tel. 2023 
Hamborn 

H. Austermann & Co. KG. 
Ranenbergstr. 39 Tel. 50960 
Hamburg 

Raffay & Co. Kraftwg.-Handelsges. mbH. 
Hauptverwaltung: Hamburg 13, Mittelweg 18 
Postanschr.: Hamburg 36, Postfach 127 
Tel. U1941 Telex 0212410 
Hamburg-Altona Otzenstr. 24 • Tel. 431151 
Hamburg 1 

W. Junge, GmbH. ■ Georgsplatz 9 
Tel. 252396 

Heinrich Wiegmann ■ Besenbinderhof 6 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 245745 
Hamburg 13 

Raffay & Co. Mittelweg 160 Tel. 446641 
Hamburg 21 

Franz Eble & Co. • Mozartstr. 4 
Tel. 221041 

u. Hofweg 81-84 Tel. 233528 
Hamburg 22 

Ernst H. F. Möller - Kuhmühle 4 
Tel. 258985/86 

Urbanek & Höger ■ Eilbeker Weg 21* 
Tel. 680651 

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Hamburg 24 

Wilh. Junge. GmbH. Wandanttr. 1S6 
Tel. 252396-98 
Hamburg M 

Max Wunder ■ Horner Landstr. 40 
Tel. 65 5656 u. Dammtorsfr. 
(Deutschlandhaus) Tel. 346060 
Hamburg 39 

RaHay & Co. Winferhuder Marktplatz 19 a 
Tel. 473485 
Hamburg-Altona 

Walter Köster Museumstr. 33 ■ Tel. 421911 
Hamburg-Bahrenfeld 

W. Köster Langbehnstr. 19 • Tel. 381911 
Hamburg-Barmbek 

Raffay & Co. Marschnerstr. 25 
Tel. 2311 71 
Hamburg-Bergedorf 

Heinrich Wiegmann Kampdeich 
Tel. Sa. -Nr. 714141 
Hamburg-Blankenete 

Wilhelm Junge GmbH. Blankeneser 
Landstr. 43-45 Tel. 864952 
Hamburg-Bramfeid 

Bernhard Jahnke • Bramfelder Dorfplatz 8 
Tel. 637474 
Hamburg-Eimtbüttel 

Raffay & Co. Fruchtallee 29 • Tel. 431106 
Hamburg-Harburg 
Wilhelm Südekum • Buxtehuder Str. 28-36 
Tel. 775757/58 
Homilius Tel. 773550 
Hamburg-Neuenfelde 

Henry Wolkenhauer • Arp-Snitger-Stieg 1 
Tel. 849219 
Hamburg- Nienttedten 

Raffay & Co. Quellental 56-62 
Tel. 828801 
Hamburg-Ohlstedt 

Heinrich Kruse Ohistedter Platz 16 
Tel. 622156 
Hamburg-Rahlstedt 

Otto Dorendorf Rahlstedter Str. 8 
Tel. 673736 

W. Mehling Bargteheider Str. 73-75 
Tel. 673427 
Hamburg-Schneisen 

F. Noack Oldesloer Str. 77 • Tel. 558162 
Hamburg- Volktdorf 

Heinrich Kruse Wiesenhöfen 11 
Tel. 625455 
Hamburg- Wandsbek 

Willy Tiedtke Wandsbeker Zollstr. 81-83 
Tel. 682273-75 
Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg 
M. Bremer GmbH. • Georg-Wilhelm-Str. 104 
Tel. 757586 

Hameln a. d. Weser 

Hild & Co., GmbH. • Gertrudenstr. 1 
Tel. 7399 
Hamm/Wesif. 
Julius Franken & Co. • Hohe Straße 12 
Tel. 26666 

Hammelburg 

A. Marterstock Bahnhofstr. 63 Tel. 276 
Hanau/Main 

Hankel & Schlegel o.H.G. ■ Lamboystr 32 
Tel. 20565 u. 21082 

Hanerau-Hademarschen 

O. Stotz Landweg 21 Tel. Hanerau 2 94 
Hankentbüttel 

G. Conradi Wittinger Str. 26 Tel. 425 
Hannover 

Bischoff & Hamel Hildesheimer Str. 14 

u. Hans-Böckler-Allee 39, 

H.-Wülfel Völgerstr. 8 

Tel. Sa-Nr. 8843 86 Telex 0922989 

Kravak, Ing. Albr. Keuch GmbH. 

Josephstr. 5-7 Tel. 14257/59 

Petermax Müller Podbielskistr. 306 

Tel. 640064 
Hannover-Linden 

Geßner & Jacobi Falkenstr. 16-18 

Tel. 4440 31/34 
Hannover-Stöcken 

K Kahle Stockener Str. 250 Tel. 78668/69 
Hann. -Münden 

Autohaus Bartels Wilhelmshäuser Str. 19a 

Tel. 615/16 
Hanttedt, Kr. Harburg 

Johannes Müller Olsener Str. 71 

Tel. 3 52 
Harsewinkel 

H. Gerbaulet Gütersloher Str. 30 

Tel 5 04 
HaOfurt/Main 

R. Gelder Zeiler Str. 45 Tel. 505 
Haßloch/Pfalz 

O. Armbrust Neustadter Str. 53 ■ Tel. 886 
Hattingen-Welper/Ruhr 

Adalbert Podicch An der Friedenseiche 10 

Tel. 22 62 
Haunstetten b. Augsburg 

Hugo Klemm • Königsbrunner Str. 1 

Tel. 34214 
Hausach-Gulach 

Albert Sum KG. Hauptstr. 353 ■ Tel. 234 

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Hausberge/Porta 

H. Heuer Kirchsiek 12 • Tel. 41 92 
Hdusern/Schw. 

Karl Hagist ■ Hauptstr. 125 
Tel. St. Blasien 529 
Hechingen/Hohenz. 

Hugo Kleinmann Zoller Str. 44 • Tel. 474 
Heepen 
Gebr. Gaus o.H.G. Hillegosser Str. 25 
Tel. Bielefeld 52515 
Heessen b. Hamm 

H. Kemper Ahlener Str. 105 
Tel. Hamm 23646 
Heide/Holst. 

Hinrichsen & Wolters 
Am Kleinbahnhof 12-14 • Tel. 3366-67 
Heideck 

W. Horndasch Bahnhofstr. ■ Tel. 234 
Heidelberg 
Autovertrieb Haussmann 
Rohrbacher Str. 83-85 Tel. 23581 
Georg Bernhardt KG. ■ Hebelstr. 7 
Tel. 22951/52 
Heidenheim/Brenz 

q. Maier Turnstr. 123 Tel. 3828 
Heidenheim-Mergelstetten 

H. Schaufelberger • Oberdorfstr. 5 
Tel. 2262 
Heilbronn a. N. 

Peter Hagelauer Südstr. 50-54 Tel. 82356 
G. Höberle • Neckarsulmer Str. 35 
Tel. 3265 
Heiligenhaus/Rhld. 

Autohaus Schniewind KG. ■ Hauptstr. 16 
Ecke Südring ■ Tel. 6601 
Heilsbronn/Mfr. 

Auto-Breitschwert ■ Nürnberger Str. 41 
Tel. 228 
Heimboldshausen 

W. Schulz Tel. Heringen 251 
Heinsberg/Rhid. 

Th. Finken Unterbrucher Str. 3 • Tel. 537 
Heldenbergen 

W. Staaf Hanauer Str. 45 Tel. 291 
He!mbrechts/Ofr. 

R. Hüttner • Hoferslr. 9 • Tel. 263 
Helmstedt 

R. Wagner Großer Stern Tel. 607 
Hemau 

Hans Lochner • Regensburger Str. 44 
Tel. 510 
Hemmerden über Neuss II 

Hans Atiler Tel. Kapellen/Erft 254 
Hennef/Sieg 

Peter Sehern Frankfurter Str. 137 
Tel. 2341 
Heppenheim a. d. B. 

G. Daum • Lorscher Str. 1 • Tel. 377 
Herbern 

P. Klaves Werner Str. 10 ■ Tel. 318 
Herborn (Oillkreis) 

Ernst Thielmann • Burger Landstr. 38 
Tel. 8411 / 665 
Herford/Westf. 

Fritz Schnieder <.G. Enger Str. 51 
Tel. 623C/6239 

H Depp« Mindene- Str. 44 ■ Tel. 34 30 
Hermannsburg , 

H. Gerhard Celler Str. 47 • Tel. 200 
Hermeskeil 

E. Weber Triere' Str. 148 • Tel. 402 
Hermühlheim 

Bautz KG ' Luxemburger Str. 168 
Tel. 2298 
Herne 

Franz Roth jr. • Bochumer Str. 200 
Tel. 51639 
Heroldsberg Mfr. 

G Lukner Hauptstr. 112 • Tel. 576707 
Herrenberg, Kr. Böblingen 

Robert Rapp Reinhold-Schick-Platz 
Tel. 481 
Hersbruck 

Auto-NAolf Amberger Str. 86 Tel. 381 
Herschbach Unter-Ww. 

J. M. Kräh Siegstr. 24 Tel. 256 
Hersfeld 

Noding & Sohne • Homberger Str. 140 
Tel. 288 u. 316 
Herten i. Westf. 

Ernst Timmer • Feldstr. 29-31 
Tel. Recklinghausen 5646 
Herten-Langenbochum 

H. Schürmann Langenbochumer Str. 204 
Tel, Herten 5735 
Herzberg/Harz 

Wenlorf GmbH. Jusholzstr. 2 • Tel. 1277 
Herzfeld 

B Feldewerth Diestedder Str. 64 Tel. 281 
Herzogenaurach 

Josef Zimmerer • Erlanger Str. 41 • Tel. 2095 
Hets.-Lichtenau 

M. Hörn Muhlenweg 321 • Tel. 379 
Hess.-Oldendorf 

A Soffker Longe Str. 102 Tel. 284 
Heubach 

H. Krieg Inh. F. Schönfeldt • Gmünder Str. 3 
Tel. 246 



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Hildan 

Auto-Joallink • Körnerstr. 3-5 • Tel. 21 85 

Autohaus Mettmann GmbH. 

Walderstr. 14 Tel. 4400 
,^ijlders (Rhön) 

^^^ Weber Battentor 19 Tel. 330 
^^^Hjesheim 
^^P^ Dost ' Goslarsche Landstr. 36 

Tel. 3535 Telex 092712 
Hillegossen 

Wehmeier KG. Alte Detmolder Str. 491 

Tel. Bielefeld 27187 
Hiller, T. W., Kr. Osnabrück 

Willy Aulbert Bielefelder Str. 44 

Tel. Bad Rothenfelde 691 
Hiltrup/Westf. 

Heinrich Hollenhorst • Hammer Str. 124-126 

Tel. 563 
Hintlaber 

J. Greilinger • Tel. Pfeffenhausen 267 
Hirschau/Opf. 

Gebr. Zinkl • Georg-Schiffer-Str. 24 

Tel. 357 
Hochheim/Main 

Auto-Hofmann ■ Frankfurter Str. 13 

Tel. 376 
Hochneukirch 

Otto Haun Poststr. 16 • Tel. Otzenrath 2306 
Höchst Odenwald 

A. Lorenz Hauptstr. 32-36 • Tel. 473 
Höchstadt/Aisch 

Auto-Wormser • Fürther Straße 10 • Tel. 1 13 
Höchslädt 

Josef Ziegler Bahnhofstr. 397 • Tel. 256 
Höhr-Grenzhausen 

Krieg u. Schwaderlapp - Schillerstr. 7 

Tel. 474 
Hörstel i. W. 

Theodor Tumbrink • Rheiner Str. 380 

Tel. 279 
Höxter/Weser 

Auto Güse KG. • Brenkhäuser Str. 18 

Tel. 585 
Hof/Saale 

Karl Haedler & Co. Ernst-Reuter-Str. 46 

Tel. 3736, 3461 
Hofgeismar 

Stefan Binder - Grebensteiner Str. 4 - Tel. 234 
Hofheim/Ufr. 

Rudolf Geuppert - Johonnisplatz 172)/^ 

Tel. 318 
Hofheim-Marxheim a. T. 

L. Kaufmann • Hofheimer Str. 43 ■ Tel. 340 
Hoheneggelsen 

Alfred Münstedf • Tel. 237 
Hohenpeißenberg/Obb. 

Auto-Wagner Hauptstr. 32'/ij • Tel. 54 
Hohenweststedt/Holst. 

Otto Ihle Rendsburger Str. 9 • Tel. 210 
Hohl, Post Kupferberg 

Müller & Breuer o.H.G. • Tel. Halver 586 
Hohne b. L. Nr. 4 

Autohof G.m.b.H. • Tel. 290 
Hollfeld 

Hans Moosmaier • Bamberger Str. 18 

Tel. 320 
Holz/Saar 

K. Preisegger • Saarbrücker Str. 18 

Tel. Heusweiler 6853 
Holzkirchen 

Fellner & Sohn • Wilhelm-Liebknechf-Str. 23 

Tel. 304 
Holzminden 

Mahnke & Co. Allersheimer Str. 38/42 

Tel. 5 55 u. 7909 Telex 965 320 
Homberg, Bez. Kassel 

Hermann Böth jr. • Freiheiterstr. 1 

Tel. 304 
Homberg Ohm 

H. Holland Unterstr. 76 • Tel. 122 
Honnburg/Saar 

Autozentrale Schneider KG. 

Kaiserstr. 15 Tel. 2034 
Honnef 

H. Gelsdorf Hauptstr. 16a • Tel 2405 
Horb a. N. 

Erich Kronenbitter • Hohenbergstr. 

Tel. 494 
Horneburg 

H.-J. Schaper Vordamm 39 • Tel. 534 
Hoya/Weser 

E. Schlake KG. 
Tel. 2888 



Rader Str. 3 Tel. 328 
Fuldaer Str. 8 - Tel. 296 



Autohaus Weser 

v.-Slaffhorst-Str. 
Hückeswagen 

Alfred Gruterich 
Hünfeld 

Henkel & Sohn 
Hütschenhausen 

R. Christmann • Am Sportplatz 

Tel. Bruchmühlbach 336 
Hussenhofen 

E. Grimm ■ Hauptstr. 131 
Tel. Schw. -Gmünd 3950 

Husum 

Ludwig Ratje Poggenburgstr. 3 • Tel. 2649 
Ibbenbüren/Westf. 

F. Deitert o.H.G. Bachstr. 14-16 
Tel. 4073 



Idar-Oberstein 2 

Robert Fuchs • Mainzer Str. 106 Tel. 41 09 
Idstein 

H. Kurz Wiesbadener Str. 51 Tel. 653 
lllerbeuren Nr. 38 

E. Sigg Tel. Lautrach 256 
Hlertissen/Bay. 

Max Burkhart ■ Memminger Str. 59-61 

Tel. 323 
Ilshofen/Kr. Schw. Hall 

Otto Rupp An der Bundesstr. 14 Tel. 275 
Immenstadt/ Allgtiu 

W. Seitz Sonthofener Str. 50 Tel. 605 
Ingelheim/Rh. 

O. Menk Binger Str. 96'/<» Tel. 2304 
Ingolstadt 

Autohaus Küchen - Hindenburgstr. 64 

Tel. 4741-43 
Inzell a. d. Alpenstraße Obb. 

Franz Waziawek Tel. 261 
Iphofen 

Herbert Birnack • Bahnhofstr. 15 

Tel. Mainbernheim 377 
Irrel 

Gebr. Fischbach • Prümzurlayer Str. 

Tel. 1 59 
Iserlohn 

Kurt Röttger KG. • Mendener Str. 142-146 

Tel. 55 51/52 Telex 0827896 

Sülberg-Tewes • Linneborn 4 • Tel. 2206 
Isny/Allgäu 

Waller Seitz G.m.b.H. • Kempter Str. 52 

Tel. 777 
Ispringen/Baden 

Autohaus Elsdsser GmbH. 

Ersinger Str. 28-30 Tel. Pforzheim 89114 
Itzehoe/Holst. 

Johs. Burmester - Dithmarscner Platz 

Tel. 2144. 2177 

Jever i. O. 

Hinrich Schütz ■ Witfmunder Str. 6 

Tel. 632 
Jöllenbeck üb. Bielefeld 

D. u. H. Pellmann Sthildescher Str. 87 

Tel. 301 
Jork 

Klaus Sohl ' Tel. 628 
Jügesheim 

Albert Kern • Weiskircher Str. 77 • Tel. 288 
Jülich 

Linden & Krage Römerstr. 70 - Tel. 2226 

Kahl/M. 

R. Franz ■ Hanauer Landstr. 33 • Tel. 381 
Kaisersesch 

Johann Wilhelmy Bahnhofstr. 268 • Tel. 272 
Kaiserslautern 

G. Rittersbacher ■ Am Lothringer Eck 

Tel. 3341-45 • Telex 045865 

Zweigbetr. : Mannheimer Str. 147 • Tel. 3361 

Central-Garage Fr. Holderbaum o.H.G. 

Pirmasenser Str. 57 • Tel. 2031 
Kaldenkirchen 

H. Stoffers Poststr. 72 Tel. 350 
Kalkar/Ndrh. 

H Teichert Rietegatt 12 • Tel. 307 
Kaltenkirchen/Holst. 

Walter Lohse GmbH. • Hamburger Str. 

Tel. 3 50 
Kamen/Westf. 

Hans Braucks ■ Unnaer Str. 163 

Tel. 2218 
Kamp-Lintfort 

Minralh KG Prinzenstr. 67 Tel. 2166 
Kandel-Mindertlachen 

R. Kunisch - An der Bundesstr. 10 

Tel. 388 
Kappeln/Schlei 

W. Lausen ■ Umgehungsstr. • Tel. 1 50 
Karlshafen 

Auto-Seitz Inh. K. Voigt • Weserstr. 9 

Tel 484 
Karlsruhe 

R. Gramling KG. • Am Durlacher Tor 

Tel. 60011 Telex über 0782806 

Hans Eberhardt Sofienstr. 135 Tel. 22615 

Autohaus Mayer Amalienstr. 55 

Tel 28585 
Karlstadt 

G. Kress Angerstr. 13 Tel. 232 
Kassel 

Autohaus Glinicke GmbH. 

West: Königstor 70, Süd: Frankfurter Str. 217, 

Ost: Ochshäuser Str. 37-39 

Tel. Sa-Nr. 1 5461 Telex 099601 

Wilhelm Gundlach ■ Bremer Str. 17 

Tel. 8402/8102 

H. Viereck & Sohn Niedervellmarer Str. 3 

Tel. 72743 
Katzeneinbogen 

Erich Woll Rheinstr. 12 ■ Tel. 372 
Kaufbeuren/Allgäu 

Autohaus Wünslel • Kempter Str. 17 

Tel. 21 91 
Kehl 

C. F. Geiger Hauptstr. 36 Tel. 2946 

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Kaihttim 

Andreas Türk Hemauer Sir. G 87 ■ Tal L71 
K«ll«n b. Klev« ■•i*^ 

Willi Windhuis Emmericher Sfr. 236 

Tel. Kleve 4558 
Kellinghuten 

J. Burmester • Marktplatz • Tel. 333 
Kelsterbach/Main 

Gebr. Dreilich Ringstr. 1 ■ Tel. 520 
Kemnath-Stadt 

Arno Groll KG. Wunsiedeler Sir. 42 

Tel. 510 
Kempen 

Josef Wingen, Inh. W. Wingen 

Bahnstr. 6 Tel. 502 
Kempten/Allgäu 

Walter Seiti Immenstädter Str 81 

Tel. Sa.-Nr. 3815 Telex 054811 u. 

K.-Lenzfried Hauptstr. 36-38 • Tel. 7464 
Kerpen 

W. Hübsch • Hahnenstr. 8 

Tel.: Türmich 2552 
Ketsch (Baden) 

E. Rohr u. S. • Brühler Str. 

Tel. Schwetzingen 2627 
Kettwig/Ruhr 

Otto Wascheidt Grof-Zeppelin-Sir 
Tel. 473 

Keveloer/Rhld. 

Paul Opwis ■ Gelderner Str. 57-59 • Tel 2253 
Kiefertfelden 

Josef Graf Kufsteiner Str. 54 

Tel. Oberaudorf 8224 
Kiel 

Schmidt & Hoffmann 

Verkauf: Lerchenstr. 15 • Tel. 44791/92 

Telex 029912 

Kundendienst-Anlage: Königsweg 76-78 

Autohaus Nord GmbH. 

Projensdorfer Str. 23 ■ Tel. 31685/86 
Kiel-Elmschenhagen 

^."^TiJ'"'^'' ' '''■•«»'•r Chaussee 152-154 
Tel. 71585 

Kipfonberg 

Auto-Kratzer • Grösdorfersir. 223 
Tel. 289 

Kirchberg/Hunsrück 

R. Meister • Simmerner Str. 37 • Tel. 253 
Kirchen-Haueen 

Automobile-Geisser • Engener Str. 

Tel. Geisingen 214 
Kirchhain/Kr. Marburg 

Heinrich Schwelm • Frankfurter Str. 10 

Tel. 359 

Kirchheimbolanden 

Wilhelm Nielsen Bischheimer Str. • Tel 245 
Kirchheim/Neckar 

Autohaus Schneider • Besigheimer Str. 60 
Tel. Besigheim 463 
Kirchheim/Teck 

Karl Ramsperger KG. 
Hindenburgstr. 45 • Tel. 2246 
Kirchhellen 

Heinrich Versiege • Bottroper Str. 
Kirchteeon b. München 

Karl Birkmaier • Münchner Str. 18 
Tel. 9221 
Kirchweyhe, Bez. Bremen 

Johann Brandt Richtweg 35 ■ Tel 339 
Kirn/Nahe 

Robert Fuchs • Steinweg 27a • Tel. 385 
Kirrlach 

K. Lehmann • Kronacher Str. 
Tel. Waghäusel 730 
Kitzingen/Main 
Nikolaus Weber Wesll. Hmdenburgring 15 
Tel. 4471 
Klein-Auheim 

W. Schnalz • Seligenslädter Str. 87 
Tel. Hanau 6422 
Kleve/Rhid. 
Gerhard van der Ven • Kroneitr. 28 
Tel. 33 56 
Klingenberg 

G. Nickles • Brückenifr. • Tel. 48« 
Koblenz 

Löhr & Becker • Lohrsir. 109 
Tel. 25 51 Telex 086739 
Krautkrämer u. Gläser 
MoselweiOer Str. 45 Tel. 32538 
Kochel am See 

Ulrich Westenrieder • Mittenwolder Sir. 4» 
Tel. 3 20 

Köln-Ehrenfeld 

Jacob Fleischhauer KG. • Fröbelslr 

Tel. Sa-Nr. 4718 Telex 06881555 
Köln-Merheim 

Gebr. Tillmann Olpener Str. 397-399 

Tel. 871989 
Köln-Weidenpe«ch 

K. Brünner Friedr.-Karl-Sir. 16-22 

Tel. 734052 

Kttnigthofcn/Grabfeld 

Auto-Hölzer Eyershäuser Str. 378 
Tel. 309 

Königilutter/Elm 

Otto Kreusel. Inh. Werner Kauffmann 
Helmstedter Str. 31 • Tel. 239 

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Kötzting 

Biller & Hobrack • Welzeller Str. 7 • Tel. 487 
Konatanz/Bodenae« 
Autoh. Bodan Wollmatinger Str. 17 
Tel. 2666/67 
Korboch/Waldeck 

H. Arnold • Briloner Landstr. 7 • Tel. 462 
Ewald Lohmann • Arolser Landstr. 36 ■ Tel 
Korntal bei Stuttgart 
Heinrich Holzer K.G. Zuffenhauser Str. 37 
Tel. Stgt. 882896 
Kornwettheim 

Eugen Blank • Stuttgarter Str. 111 • Tel. 7028 
Krefeld 

Tölke & Fischer Verk.: Gladbacher Str. - Am 
Wasserturm KO.-Anlage: Blumenstr. 26 u 
Gladbecker Straße 345 • Tel. 33291 
H. Borgmann • Talstr. 14 Tel. 22428 
Carl Josef Krülls • Luisenstr. 14 • Tel. 23488 
Krefeld-Uerdingen 

Link KG. • Am Bahnhofsplalz ■ Tel 
KreHbronn 

Ludwig Biggel ■ Hauptstr. 42 • Tel 
Kröv/Moael 
Auto-Schneiders • Moselstr. 142a 
Tel. Traben-Trarbach 344 
Kromboch Kr. Siegen 

W. Knebel • Siegener Str. 51/1 • Tel 
Kronach/Ofr. 

Otmar Herzog • Mitteistr. 2a ■ Tel. 6289 
Kronberg (Te.) 

Volpert u. Bisinger Grüner Weg 2 • Tel. 2301 
Kronshagen 

H. Seefluth jun. • Eckernförder Chaussee 28 
Tel. 47902 
Krumbach/Schwaben 

Josef Käst • Lichtensteinstr. 11 • Tel. 408 
Kulmbach 

August Dippold • Hofersir. • Tel. 6520 
Künzelsau 

H. Kunze KG. • Mergentheimer Str. 126 
Tel. 207 
Kuppenheim 

A. Burger • Friedrichsir. 118 • Tel. Rastatt 2209 
Kueel/Pfalz 

Otto Hellriegel • Alle Straße 4 • Tel. 21 02 
Kyllburg/Eifel 

M. Zins ■ Malberger Str. • Tel. 238 
Laasphe i. W. 

Willi Marburger • Bahnhofstr. 83-85 
Tel. 209/10 
Lage/Lippe 

Paul Siegelmann Lange Str. 138 • Tel. 2848 
Lahr/Schwarzwald 

H. Link ■ Lindensir. 2-6 • Tel. 2791 
Laichingen/Württ. 

H. Oesterle • Geislinger Str. 49 ■ Tel. 246 
Lambrecht/Pfalz 

R. Hermann • Hauptstr. 55 ■ Tel. 252 
Lampertheim 

Jakob Rauch • Bü^städtcr Str. 112 • Tel. 376 
Lamtpringe i. Han. 

Paul Dobbralz • Hindenburgstr. 6 ■ Tel. 403 
Landau/Pfalz 

Albert Zotz Zeppelinitr. 33 • Tel. 2400 u. 4432 
Ceniral-Garage Müller o.H.G. • Friedr.-Ebert- 
Str. 1 Tel 2583 
Londau/Isor 
L. Iberer. Pächter A. Wagner • Harburger 
Str. 504'/, Tel. 334 * 

Landsberg Lech 

Fritz Kohler Breslauer Str. 1 • Tel. 2277 
Landshut/Boyern 

Hans Eichbichler • Liebigsir. 4 
Tel. 4822 Telex 058267 
Langballig 

Hans-Christian Hansen • Tel. 81 20 
Langen 

Alfons Straub • Darmstädler Str. 47-51 
Tel. 3787 
Langenau/Württ. 

H. u. W. Leuleneker • Wörihsir 
Longenberg/Rhld. 

Hans Dajm Unter den Eichen 
Longenberg/Westf. 

Hugo l eweling • Tel. 280 
Langenfeld 

Rhein-Wupper Autohandelsges. m.b.H. 
KG. Hitdorfer Str. 23 • Tel. 3734 
Longenhagen/Han. 

Heinrich Fette Walsroder Str. 125 • Tel. 77688 
Longenlontheim 

Auto-Coen Kreuznacher Str. 13 • Tel. 261 
Langenselbold 
F. Dreßbach o.H.G. Geinhäuser Str 36 
Tel. 546 
Langenzenn 

H. Gary Nürnberger Str. 19 • Tel. 372 
Lang-Cöns 
H. Bödeker Schmittgrabensir. 32 
Tel. Gr.-Linden 370 
Lank-Lotum 
Berrisch A Legermann • Slrümper Str 2 
Tel. Lank3 58 
Lathen/Ems 
Helmut u. Hans Bartels • Sögeier Sir 159f 
Tel. 481 



25 • Tel. 271 
Tel. 396 



Co. 



Lauboch/Oberhessen 

Adolf Schork Schottener Str. 44 • Tel. 1 61 
Lauenburg/Elbe 

Fritz Drinda • Glüsinger Weg 12 • Tel. 213 

«Louf/Pegnltz 
LHans Rechtor • Hermannstr. 29 • Tel. 488 
■lufen/Obb. 
^F. Merwald Freilassinger Str. 62 - Tel. 388 
Lauffen a. Neckar 
Theodor Friederich • Stuttgarter Str. 80 
Tel. 336 
Lauingen/Donau 
Autohaus Dietrich KG. ■ Dillinger Str. Ay^ 
Tel. 323 
Laupheim 

Autohaus Brunner Biberacher Str. 66 • Tel. 654 
Lauterbach/Hessen 

Willi Rausch Schillersir. 15 • Tel. 696 97 
Lauterecken/Glan 

Erich Fleischer Saarbrücker Str. 67 • Tel. 753 
Lebach/Saar 
Auto-Cenfrale Krämer KG. • Dillinger Str. 2 
Tel. 2375 
Lechenich-Frauenthal 

Gebr. Conrad - Luxemburger Str. ■ Tel. 1488 
Leck, Kr. Südtondern 

W. Kaim Flensburger Str. 4 ■ Tel. 476 
Leer/Ostfriesland 

J. Janssen GmbH. • Friesenstr. 66 • Tel. 2830 
Lehe Nr. 85 

Schlömer-Pohlmann • Tel. Aschendorf 417 
Lehre 

Kurt Baumann • Berliner Str. • Tel. Flechlorf 343 
Lehrte 

Rud. Petzold • Burgdorfer Str. 80-85 • Tel. 2551 
Leimen 
Auto-Wagner • St. Ilgener Str. 1-3 
Tel. Sandhousen 348 
Lembeck 
J. Cluse G.m.b.H. - Schluerweg 8 
Tel. Wulfen 7164 
Lemgo/Lippe 

Gebr. Bauerrichter • Hamelner Str. 26 
Tel. 4811 
Lengerich 

Walter Peters • Münsferstr. 122 • Tel. 607 
Lenggries 

H. Zens • Tölzer Str. 35 • Tel. 301 
Lenzfried 

W. Seitz Hauptstr. 36/36 • Tel. 3815. 7464 
Leonberg-Eltingen 

Auto-Stoudt Glemsecksir. 39/49 
Tel. 496 u. 7395 
Letmathe-Hohenlimburg 

K. Röttger KG. • Hagener Landstr. 183 
Tel. 2644 
Leutkirch/Allgäu 

Karl Dörrer Gartenstr. 2 • Tel. 229 
Leverkusen 3 

Rhein-Wupper Autohandelsges. m.b.H. & Co. 
KG. Schlebuscher Str. 24 u. Manforter Str. 62 
Tel. 3361 • Leverkusen 1, Manforlerstr. 62 
Tel. 72944 

Verkauf: Opiaden. Kölner Str. 65a • Tel. 1758 
Levern Nr. 226, Kr. Lübbecke 

Heinrich Richter • Tel. 1 21 
Lieh (Hessen) 
W. Schmidt u. Co. GmbH • Giessener Str. 28 
Tel. 507 
Lichtenfels 

A. Dürr Bamberger Str. 7-9 • Tel. 731/32 
Liebenburg 

A. Krause ■ PostsIr. 12a ■ Tel. 354 
Liesborn 

Ernst Kindermann • Lippslädter Str 23 

Tel. Wadersloh 8030 
Lilienthal bei Bremen 

Conrad Stahlhut ■ Hauptstr. 54 

Tel. Bremen 37291, Lilienlhal 291 
Limburg/Lahn 

Auto-Bach KG. • Marktstr. 8 • Tel. Sa.-Nr. 3451 
Lindau/Bodensee 

Josef Nagel jun. Zeppelinsir. 2 

Tel. 2422/6344 
Lindenberg/Allgäu 

Martin Weber Hauptstr. 73a ■ Tel. 2234 
LIndlar 

Egon Förster Kölner Str. • Tel. 280 
Lingcn/Ems 

B. Rosemeyer KG. Lindensir. 7 
Tel. 3201/02. 2066 

Linz/Rhein 

O. Weischenberg, Inh. A. Ockenfels 

Asbacher Str. 75 Tel. 342 
Lippstadt 

Max Rudat Wiedenbrücker Str. 50 

Tel. 4245/46 
Lissendorf/Eifel 

Theo Caspers Hauptstr. 19 

Tel. Amt Jünkerath 277 
Lobberich 

Josef Holter Breyeller Str. 18 Tel. 4536 
Loccum 58 

Max Emmnch Tel. 314 
Löhne i. Westf. 

W. Schienbein • Lübbecker Str. 756 • Tel. 251 
Lttningen/Oldbg. 

H. Thonemann ■ Langensir. 10 • Tel. 314 



Lörrach/Baden 

Buche & Tröndle KG. • Tumringer Str. 290 
Tel. 3577/78 

W. Dörflinger • Brombacher Str. 91 • Tel 2533 
Lövenich b. Köln 

G. Thor • Braunweiler Str. 27 
Tel. Frechen 5573 
Loffenau, Kr. Calw 

Adolf Müller Obere Dorfstr. 28 
Tel. Herrenalb 414 
Lohne/Oldbg. 

Hermann Asbree KG. • Lindensir. 71 
Tel. 555/56 
Lohr/Main 

Ludwig Gossmann • Bohnhofsir. Tel. 570 
Lollar 

K. Römer ■ Marburger Str. 75 • Tel. 366 
Lorch/Württ. 

H. E. Harrer, Inh. R. Silberhorn • Am Halden- 
berg 5 Tel. 216 
Lorsch 

Fahrzeughaus P. Schmitt • Kaiser-Wilhelm- 
Platz 3 Tel. Bensheim 5429 
Losheinn 

P. Klauck • Trierer Str. 48 Tel. 275 
Ludenhausen Nr. 70 bei Landtberg/Lech 

Georg Ressle • Tel. Issing 251 
Ludwigsburg 

Autohaus Kramer KG. Schülzenstr. 7 
Tel. 3471 u. 5596 

Gruel & Reiner oHG. Alleenstr. 42 • Tel. 4366 
Ludwigshafen 

Ernst Islinger • Saarlandstr. 117 Tel. 62426/27 
u. Industriestr. 53 Tel. 61616/17 
Ludwigshafen-Oppau 

E. Müller o.H.G. • Friesenheimer Str. 17 
Tel. 65192 
Lübbecke/Westf. 

Wilhelm Weber • NiedertorsIr. 32 • Tel. 618 
Lübeck 

Edgar Kittner Moislinger Allee 54 
Tel. 25401-05 Telex 026741 
„Travog,, '^i.lotüper S»r 35 Tel. 64786 
H. Evers Bei der Lohmühle 6 • Tel. 4ii ZO 
Kabelmacher & Korn ,' Geniner Str. 72-74 
Tel. 27724 
Lüchow, Kr. Lüchow-Dbg. 
Aug. Heinrich & Sohn • Drawehner Str. 32 
Tel. 800 
Lüdenscheid 

Ernst Piepenstock • Lutherstr. 12 
Tel. 33 57/58 Telex 0826705 
W. Konertz • Im Stich 2 • Tel. 27655 
Lüdinghausen 

Auto-Denn< ■ Seppenrader Str. 1 • Tel. 288 
Lüneburg 

Havemann & Söhne ■ Verkauf: Uni. Schran- 
genstr. 13-14 ■ Kundendienst-Anlage: Uelzener 
Str. 105 Tel. 6781 Telex 0218265 
U. Dannacker • Auf dem Meere 9 Tel. 4986 
Lünen 

Gustav Wilberg • Dortmunder Str. 51 
Tel. 2453/3045 
Lünen-Brambauer 

Gustav Wilberg Mengeder Str. 3 ■ Tel. 12391 
Lülienburg 

Wilhelm Liebenow • Kieler Str. 9a ■ Tel. 505 

Mainburg/Ndb. 

Josef Sarvi Abensberger Str. 33 • Tel. 427 
Mainleus 

E. Unger • Schulstr. 3 94 Tel. 359 
Mainz 

Philipp Kraft o.H.G. Binger Str. 23 

Tel. 32675 Telex 041 7792 

Hess u Sohn Rheinallee 141 • Tel. 23278 
Mallersdorf/Ndbay. 

Hans Eichbichler Marktstr. 25 • Tel. 218 
Manching 

Auto-Lang Ingolstädter Str. 35 u. 51 ■ Tel. 224 
Mannheim 

Ernst Islinger Hafenstr. 13-21 

Tel. 23991 Telex 0462250 

Günster u. Leibfahrt oHG. Rheinhäuser Str. 

24-26 Tel. 40315 

Konig KG. • WindecksIr. an der Holzgasse 

Tel. 42816 
Monnheim-Feudenheim 

Karl Friedrich Bohrmann • Eberbacher Str. 28a 

Tel. 71730 
Mannheim-Friedrichsfeld 

Kurt Islinger • Vogesenstr. 26 • Tel. 86067 
Mannhelm-Kdfertal 

A. Weiser Mannheimer Str. 20 • Tel. 76184 
Mannheim- Neckarau 

Waller Maschur o.H.G. Friedhofstr. 4-6 

Tel. 82832 u. 82720 
Mannheim- Neckarttadt 

L. Sebastian Waldhofstr. 80 ■ Tel. 52985 
Mannheim-Sand hofen 

Auto-Cond* RiedgärtensIr. 2-4 • Tel. 56186 
Marbach a. N. 

Erich Betz Rielingshäuser Str. 29 Tel. 644 
Marburg/Lahn 

Fritz Herrmann ■ Kasseler Str. 25-26 

Tel. 2413/14 Telex 0482346 
Morklheidenfeld 

H. Heltinger Wurzburger Sir. Tel. • 323 

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Marktleuga*t/Ofr. 

P. Höpfner Munchberger Str. 36 • T«l 291 
Marklobardorf/ AI Igtiu 

Auto-Singer Kaufbeurer Sfr. • T«l 511 
Marktredwitz/Ofr. 

Aulo-Rossner Frifi-Thomoi-Str. 20 

PosHach 33 Tel. 4117 
Markt Schwaben 

Simon Vogiberger • Ebersberger Str. 23 

Tel. 416 
Marl-Hül* 

W. Bergmann & Co. Hülsslr. 119a • Tel 3240 
Marne i. Holstein 

Gebr. Oinabrügge Süderstr. 36-42 ■ Tel 290 
Marttetten 

K. Gallasch ■ Tel. Aichstetten 21S 
Massen über Unna 

Hülpert & Müller ■ Provlnzialstr. 1b 

Tel. Unna 2729 
Maulbronn 

Str"79°"''' '"^' °' ^*'""" *^^- ■ '"'■«"'''"rte'- 
Mayen/Eifel 

Richard Schopp KG. Kelberger Str. ■ Tel 2462 
Mechernich/Eifel 

J. Vossel Ww. • Heerstr 54 Tel. 402 
Medebach/Sauerland 

Robert Hegel • Oberslr. 32 Tel. 353 
Meinerzhagen 

Hermann Weischede • Tel. 2548 
Meisenheim a. d. Glan 

Adolf Schmidt ■ Über der Brücke 34 • Tel 349 
Meitingen 

L. Brenner • Donauwörther Str. 5 • Tel 309 
Meldorf 

J. Dieckmann u. H. Dieckmann-Keden 
Heider Str. 32 Tel. 803 
Melle/Han. 

Bernhard Wichtrup KG. • Gesmolder Str. 24 
I cl. z 28/29 
Mellrichstadt/Rhön 

Urban Fuchs Untere Haupfjtr. 421 '/. ■ Tel 276 
Melsungen, Bez. Kassel 

Heinrich Löwe Kasseler Str. 53 • Tel. 387 
Memmingen/Schwaben 

Ernst Steigmüller ÄuBere Kempfer Str 28-30 

Tel. 2024/25 
Menden 

Kurt Rötfger KG. • Werler Str. 46 • Tel 2340 
Meppen/Ems 

Aloys Kamps Lingener Str. 4 • Tel. 567 
Mering 

Gebr. Gelb Münchner Str. 98 • Tel. 420 
Mertingen 

G. Gerstmeier u. Sohn • Hcuptstr. 35 • Tel 228 
Merzig/Saar 

Autohaus A. Schett Trierer Allee 189a 

Tel. 2387 
Meschede 

Paul Arens ■ Warsteiner Str. • Tel. 7208 
Mespelbrunn 

Hans Jöhnk • Nr. 96% • Tel. Heimbuchenthal 279 
Messkirch/Baden 

Hans Riedle Sfockacher Str. 15 • Tel 476 
Metelen 

Ferd. Becker ■ Ochtruper Str. 22 • Tel. 268 
Mettmann 

Autohaus Mettmann GmbH. • J.-Flinfrop-Str 17a 

Tel. 17971/72 

Hubert Spohr Neanderstr. 16a • Tel. 558 
Metzingen, Kr. Reutlingen 

Fleck & Rafho.H.G. Uracher Str. 119 ■ Tel 283 
Michelstadt/Odenw. 

Hans Thierolf Entlastungsitr. Tel. 2081 
Miesbach 

Hans Fellner • Straö 107'/. • Tel. 381 
Miltenberg/Main 

Autohaus A. Wolfert ■ Luitpoldstr 12-14 

Tel. 2277 

Mimmenhausen/Bjden 

Schmid & Wildi Tel. Salem 274 
Mindelheim/Bayern 

Krumm & Schragl Landsberger Str. 20 
Tel. 468 
Minden/Westf. 

Karl Kuloge KG. ■ Werftstr. 6 • Tel. 3838 
G. Spohr Petershäger Weg 28 • Tel 3522 
Mittenwold/Obb. 

Autohaus Kroitrsch • Innibrucker Str. 74 
Tel. 464 
Moers 

Autohaus Minrath KG. • Rheinberger Str 46 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 3922 
Mölln/Lbg. 

Ing W. Riemer • Altmöllner Str. 14-16 
Tel. 25 52 
Mönchengladbach 

G. Koerfers Neußer Str. 154-156 ■ Tel. 24304 
Waldhausen & Burkel Hohenzollernsfr. Ecke 
Broseweg Tel. Sa.-Nr. 26458 u. 24853 
Mönchsdeggingen Nr. 171 

F. Konig Tel. 221 
Mörlenbach 

F. Wollmann Fürther Str. 28 • Tel. 247 
Morsch 

F Kastner Tel. 221 
Messingen 

Aulo-Maier Karl Jaggy-Str. 14 • Tel. 267 



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Molbergen 

E. Meyer Tel. 242 
Montabaur/Wesrerw. 

Josef Reusch Alleesfr. 17 • Tel. 416 
Monschau/Eifel 

Dusseldorf-Garage Hargard Tel. 2272 
Moorenweis/Obb. 

H. Knoller u. Sohn Hauptstr. 146 • Tel. 220 
Moosburg/Obb. 

Franz Braun KG. Londshuter Str. 133 

Tel. 481 
Morbach, Bez. Trier 

Hermann Decker Hauptstr. 243 • Tel. 247 
Mücke 

A. Brduning Inh. L. Röttger Tel. 264 
Mühlacker 

Autohaus Dobler o.H G. Pfonheimer Str. 55 

Tel. 515 
Mühldorf (Inn) 

F. Strober KG. • Münchener Str. 23 • Tel. 229 
Mühlhousen/Göppingen 

Ernst Müller • Grubinger Str., a. d. Autobahn 

Tel. Wiesensteig 1 76 
Mühlhausen/Sulz 

F. Herrmann Tel. Sulzbürg 501 
Mühlheim (Main) 

W. Flügel • Offenbacher Str. 50 • Tel. 83231 
Mülheim (Ruhr) 

G. Schultz GmbH. • Ruhrorfer Str. 13-15 
Tel. 491751 

Auto-Boei • Föhrstr. 7 • Tel. 40851/52 
Hermann Feldhaus • Akfienstr. 34 • Tel. 46666 

Müllheim/Baden 

Fritz Gros Bundesstr. 9 • Tel. 2548 
Münchberg 

Karl Haedler Bayreuther Str. SO • Tel. 8136 
München 8 

MAHAG. Haberl KG. Tel. 45951 ■ Schleibin- 

ger Str. 12-16, Rosenheimer Str. 143 

Telex 0523918 

Ostgarage Werndl u. Co. KG. ■ Grcfinger 

Str. 31 Tel. 4501 21 
München 2 

Oberlandgarage Kaspar Haberl • Denisstr 5 
Tel. 558007 
München 12 

Dobler u. Manz K.G. Landsberger Str 58 
Tel. 53 0483 '84 

K. Schart & W. Peter Tübinger Str. 11 
Tel. 10900 
München 13 

Autohaus Kolb Bauerstr. 8 Tel. 373741 
Georgen-Großgarage Haberl KG. • Georgen 
Str. 21-25 Tel. 334368, 341560 
München 22 

Fimpel u. Uhlmann • Karolinenstr. 1 
Tel. 226538 
München 23 

Georg Gruber Knollerstr. 4-6 
Tel. 334516/17 
München 2S 

Franz Mauritz • Jchanr-Clanze-Str. 38 
Tel. 762821 

E. Strehler • Bad-Str. 14 • Tel. 71446 
München 45 

F. Haberl KG. Ingolstädter Str. 22 
Tel. 330698 

München 49 

J. Christel Filchner Allee 80 • Tel. 7941 56 
München-Allach 

Friedrich Fmk u. Söhne Allacher Str. 215 

Tel. 5403 61 
München-Moosach 

M. Pummer KG. • Feldmochinger Str. 18 

Tel. 540918 

München-Obermenzing 

Josef Greger Verdistr. 134 ■ Tel. 82427 
München-Pasing 

Auto-Haberl Bodenseesfr. 26 Tel. 81150 
München-Riem 

Fr König KG. Riemer Str. 340 
Tel. 470286 u. 470297 
München-Sciln 

W. Riedel Wolfratshauser Str. 98 u 100 
Tel. 761553 
Münsingen 

R. Illig Am neuen Lager • Tel. 454 
Münstereifel 

Schmitz & Wissling ■ Kölner Str. 68 ■ Tel 459 
Münster/Westf. 

Bernard Knubel K.G. Hammer Str. 28 
Postfach 712 Tel. Sa.-Nr. 401 21 
K D-Anlage: Weseler Str. 485 Telex 0892640 
Auto-Krause ■ Hammer Str. 141-143 
Tel. 41104 
Munster/Hon. 

Rudolf Oevermann • Wilhelm-Bockelmann- 

Str. 56 Tel. 2425 
Murnau 

Anton Ortner Weilheimer Str. 18 • Tel. 9134 
Murrhordl 

Wilhelm Fegert jun. ■ Fornsbacher Str. 73 
Tel. 507 
Nabburg 

Ernst Edelmann Regensburger Sfr 325'/» 
Tel. 349 
Noensen 
H. Morkworth • Nr. 43 • Tel. Kreiensen 723 



Calwer Str. 105 Tel. 595 




Kc 
^^as 

m 



Tel. 266 
• Tel. 2288 
U3 



Nagold 

R. Knees 
Noila 
Karl Haedler - Frcnkenwaldslr. U ■ Tel. 487 
tastdtten/Taunws 
kdolf Marner Rheinitr. 20 • Tel. 4SI 
lurod/Taunus 

Fridolin OhI Wiesbadener Str. 24 
Tel. Niedernhauien 427 
Neckarelz 

Ernst Islinger, KG. • Mosbacher Str. 67 
Tel. Mosbach 7403 
Neckargemünd 

H. Schmitt Neckorifeinacher Str. 35-37 
Tel. 2245 
Nackorsulm 

Felix Seifert & Söhne Neuenstädter Str. 95 
Tel. 422 
Neereen 

H. Werres • Krefelder Str. 149 
Tel. Anrath 2298 
Neheim-Hüsten 

Isensee & Co. - Lange Wende 50-52 
Tel. 2258 u. 2262 Telex 0843267 - KD-Anlage: 
Arnsberger Str. 83 Tel. 3260 
Nellingen 
Karl Kober - Gortenstr. 14 
Tel. Eßlingen 34364 
Nesselwang i. Allgtiu 

Hummel & Deng - Füssener Str. S 
Neuburg 

B. Burger oHG. - Ludwigstr. B 152 
Neuburg a. Kammel 

C. Delhi & Sohn • Dr. Lecheier-Str. 
Tel. 234 

Neuenbürg/Enz 

Auto-König • Turnstr. 58 • Tel. 272 
Neuenkirchen b. Soltau 

F. Michaelis Tel. 210 
Neuenrade/Kr. Altena 

E. Piepenstock K.G. Werdohler Str. 23 

Tel. Werdohl 2947 
Neuenstadt a. K. 

K. Bordt Kochendorfer Str. 2 • Tel. 1 82 
Neugermering bei München 

Hans Morigl ■ Landsberger Str. 55 

Tel. München 871325 
Neu-Isenburg 

Auto-Stroh o.H.G. • Frankfurter Str. 115, 

Friedrichstr. 2-15 • Tel. z272, 3451 
Neumarkt/Opf. 

Autohaus Ochsenkühn • Regensburger Str. 32 

Tel. 666 
Neumarkt-St. Veit 

J. Blank Londshuter Str. 15 • Tel. 330 
Neumünster 

Hermann Freitag • Altonaer Str. 111-115 

Tel. 4966-68 
Neunburg v. Wald 

Ludwig Meixner ■ Amberger Str. 18 • Tel. 342 
Neunkirchen/Saar 

G. A. Grossklos K.G. • Süduferstr. • Tel. 2865 
Neuss/Rh. 

Autohaus Liedtke K.G. • jülicher Londstr. 41-43 

Tel. 4044 
Neustadt o. Rbge. 

V. Reichardt Schützenplatz 1 ■ Tel. 338 
Neustadt/Aisch 

Autohaus Pillenstein G.m.b.H. ■ Riedfelder Orts- 

str. 57 • Tel. 337 

Neustadt b. Coburg 

H. Kuschnig ■ Heubischer Str. 69 
Neustadt/Baden 

G. Hoch & Sohn • Titiseestr. 6 
Neustadt/Donau 

Hans Baumer Regensburger Str. 11g • Tel. 232 
Neustadt/Weinstraße 

Pfälzische Aufomobil-Verkaufs-Ges. mbH 

Luitpoldstr. 6 • Tel. 7353/54 

KD: Mußbacher Str. 18 
Neustadt/Holst. 

J. Rohardt Linaustr. 3 • Tel. 668 
Neutraubling 

Autohaus Neutraubling, Inh. I. Szaliet 

Aussiger Str. 30a Tel. 412 
Neu-ulm 

Ernst Sfröhle • Memminger Str. 65-67 

Tel. 79595 
Neuwied/Rhein 

Autohaus La Porte KG. • Feldkircher Str. 79 

Tel. 22363 
Nidda/Hessen 

Otto Schneidmüller • Bahnhofstr. 11 
Nideggen 

A. Klinkhammer ■ Dürener Str. 123c 
Niebüll, Kr. Südtondern 

Alfred Andresen Gather Landstr. 10 
Nieder-Flörsheim 

E. u. H. Müller Wormser Str. 18 

Tel. Monsheim 261 
Niederfüllbach 

H. Luther Uferstr. 22 Tel. Untersiemau 353 
Niederkrüchten 

K. Vosdellen Hochstr. 108 Tel. 2922 
Niedermarsberg/Westf. 

J. O. Schulte & Co. Bredelarer Str. 27 

Tel. 460 



Tel. 5029 
Tel. 352 



Tel. 342 
Tel. 1 28 
Tel. 666 



Niedereeetmar. Bez. Köln 

Auto-Wagner GmbH. Hückeswagener Sfr 55 
Tel. Gummersbach 2821/22 
Nienburg/Weser 

Heinrich Kaune K.G. • Marienstr 15 
Tel. 2377/78 KD-Anlage: Verdener Landilr. 
Nieukerk 
H. Bergmann • Sevelenerstr. 19a 
Tel. Aldekerk 620 
Nitfenou 

Hans Lacher • Stadtplatz 109 Tel. 357 
Nördlingen/Bayern 
Autohaus Banier KG. • Augsburger Str 2 
Tel. 2032 
Nörten-Hardenberg 

H. Raith Lange Str. 1 • Tel. 239 
Norden/Ostfriesland 
Aufo-A. Janssen Kl. Mühlenstr. 10 
Tel. 2426 
Norderney 
J. de Vries ■ Jann.-Berghaus-Str. 27 
Tel. 437 
Nordenham, Kr. Wesermarsch 
Herbert Müller ■ Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 
Tel. 2202 
Nordhorn 
J. Fickers • Neuenhauser Str. 124 
Tel. 2731/32 
Northeim/Han. 
Auto-Dörge A. Riebold KG. 
Göttinger Str. 26 • Tel. 258 
Nortorf 

Detlef Küchenmeister ■ Lohkaftip 23 
Tel. 222 
Nürnberg 

Autohaus Krauss GmbH. • Regensburger Str 70 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 48991 • Telex 0622246 
Zweigbetriebe: Sulzbacher Str. 12 
Kopernikusstr. 8-16, Srhweinauer Hauptstr.145 
Ingolstädter Str. 253-257 
Franz Huber Bucher Str. 129 ■ Tel. 30913 
A. Kirmaier Witschelstr. 82 • Tel. 643 56 
Nürnberg-Schwaig 

F. Schmid • Nürnberger Str. 51 
Tel. 574035 l < 

Nürtingen 

P. Wieland • Neuffener Str. ■ Tel. 61 88 

Oberaden/Westf. 

O. Bohlmann Rotherbachsfr. 56 

Tel. Lünen 2170 
Oberammergau 

Alfred Bierling • Bahnhofstr. 14 • Tel. 514 
Oberaula, Kr. Ziegenhain 

Schuch & Klebe ■ Niederrheinische Str. 14 

Tel. 255 
Obergünzburg/Allgdu 

G. Endres KG. Kaufbeurer Str. 8 
Tel. 527 

Oberhausen 

Paul Metzelthin • Grenzstr. 117 
Tel. 21418 u. 23809 
Heinrich Platz • Am Hauptbahnhof 
Tel. 265 51 

Kundendienstanlage: O.-Sterkrade 
Steinbrinkstr. 2-8 Tel. 62551 
J. Neis Dorstener Str. 512 • Tel. 62842 
Oberhausen-Holten 

W. Graeve Bahnstr. 71 • Tel. 611 37 
Oberhausen-Sterkrade 

P. Paaßen Erzberger Str. 33 • Tel. 62769 
Oberkail 

J. Heinrich • Kyllburger Str. Tel. 1 56 
Oberkirch-Winterbach Baden 

Franz Seebacher • Tel. 208 
Obermoschel/Pfalz 

D. Schmidt Rich.-Müller-Str. 7a 
Tel. 222 
Obernburg-Elsenfeld 
Auto-Bauer Tel. 431 
Oberndorf o. N. 

Eugen Mutschier • Rottweiler Str. 2 
Tel. 482 
Ober-Roden 

Gerhard Gotta & Sohn ■ Frankfurter Str. 
Tel. Urberach 3 38 
Oberrotweil 

O. Burghart Hauptstr. 96 • Tel. 349 
Oberstdorf/Allgdu 

Ottmar Mayr • Sonthofener Str. Tel. 688 
Oberteisendorf 

M. Zens ■ Tel. Teisendorf 266 
Oberursel/Taunus 

Jean Weber, Pächter O. Glöckler GmbH. 
Hohemarktstr. 1-3 Tel. 2369 
Oberviechtach/Opf. 

Autohaus Max Zwack • Tel. 321 
Ochsenfurt 

B. Lutz Würzburger Str. 20 • Tel. 419 
Ochsenhausen 

M. Ströbele • Tel. 391 
Ochtendung 

J. Monreal Koblenzer Sfr. 26 Tel. 344 
Ochtrup/Westf. 

August Honerkamp ■ Gronauer Str. • Tel. 385 
Oelde/Westf. 

Heinrich Grctenkort • Stromberger Str. 21 
Tel. 362 

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Oer-Erk«nichwick 

T f^!«'"*^' ^'- Erkenschwicker Str. 75 
Ohringen 

fnti Graf Heilbronn«r Str. 1 • T«l 7tA 
Offenbach/Main 

H. Becker Waldsir. 266 Tel. 882245 
Reinhold Bittorf Beltinastr 3-9 
Tel. 801 36 

E. Benz ■ Sprendlinger Landslr. 85-91 
Tel 83777 u. 8U03 
Offenburg/Baden 

Alfons von Deschwanden KG • Okenstr. 63 
Tel. 1717 Telex 0752869 
E Huber Goelhestr. 18 Tel. 1259 
Ofterdingen 

Aulo-Maier An der Bundesstr. 27 
Tel. Mössingen 561 
Oldenburg/Holstein 

j^l"22S ^"^^ Schuhjtr., Ecke Kieler Ch. 
Oldenburg i. O. 

Aulo-Martens KG. Nadorsfer Str 202 
u. Burmesterslr. Tel. 81722 
Autohaus Büchner • Stau 19 • Tel. 5755/56 
Olpe I. Westf. ' 

Gebr. Nies Martinsstr. 45 Tel 360 
Oppenheim/Rh. 

K. Hochlenert Gartenstr. 30 ■ Tel 2397 
Oppen wehe 247 «=> xj»/ 

F. Wegehoft Tel. Wehdem 373 
Osnabrück 

H. Starke & Sohn Blumenhaller Weg 1S3 
Tel. 43444-48 Telex 094763 
Härtel & Co. Mindener Str 100 
Tel. 28161/62 
Osterhofen/Ndb. 

Max Kiermaier jun. • Plaftlinger Str 14 
Tel. 304 

Oiterholz-Scharmbeck 

Gebr. Bokelmann Heidkampstr. 10-14 
Tel. 369 

Osterode/Harz 

Wenforf G.m.b.H. • Pefershütter Allee 19-23 

Tel. 1234 Telex 096113 " " -tJ 

Ostrach/Hohenz. 

Walk u. Egier oHG. • Kirchjtr. 3 • Tel 271 
Olterndorf/Niederelbe le'-t/l 

A. Holst Stader Str. 5 • Tel 187 
Ottobeuren/Allgäu 
■^erd.nand Huber Langenbergstr. 20 

I el. 406 

Ottobrunn 

Gebr. Hilmer Rosenheimer Str. 39 
Tel. 479280 

Overberge-Bergkamen 

OxtenrKTveVj:r^'^- '"^ ' ^'' ^^'^*" '°" 
Hoper u. Schumann • Hauptstr. 79 
Tel. 257 

Paderborn/Wettf. 

t",""' J^'l.'r*' '^'^ Detmolder Str. 26-28 u 73 

Tel. 2095/97 Telex 093 2282 

L. Diemel Rathenaustr. 85 • Tel 2436 
Papenburg/Ems 

B. Brorken Kirchstr. 101 • Tel 444 
Pappenheim/Mfr. 

F Vedder Bahnhofstr. 15 Tel 424 
Partberg/Opf. 

Lorenz Alt Tel. 735 
Passau 

Erich Röhr Spitalhofstr. 61 u. Grubwea 
Tel. 6601-03 Telex 057871 '''"'"^•0 
Pattensen 

F. Griese. Inh. Ing. W. Fiedler 
Göttmger Str. 53 Tel. 393 
Pegnitz/Bayern 

Otto Graumüller Nürnberger Str. 39 
lel. 23 
Peine 

t'.''^-.,^''''""" ^^- Echternstr. 19-20 
Tel. 2782/83 

Pfaffenhausen/Sctiwab. Nr. 154 

Anton Bayer Tel. 215 

Pfaffen hofen/llm 

Michael Sligimayer Weiherer Str. 5 
) el . o 56 

Pfaffenhofen/Roth 

Ludwig Steurer Hauptstr. 11/, Tel. 247 
Pfarrkirchen/Ndb. 

Martin Rifzinger Passauer Str. Tel 362 
Pforzhcim/Baden 

Gebr. Rosch Westliche 173-183 

Tel. 1501 Telex 0783895 
Pforzheim-Diliweiflenstein 

Autohaus Weiß Hoheneckstr. Tel. 8265 
Pfullendorf i. B. 

Karl Roßknecht Sigmaringer Str. 34 

Tel. 265 Telex 0733918 
Pfullingen 

F. Schanzlin Nachf. KG. Marktstr. 57 

Tel. Reutlingen 8078 
Pfungstadt 

Ter 314*^°"'^'"'"'"'"' ^'>""»'»<^'«'- Str. 32 
Pinnebprg.Rellingen 

Reimers o.H.G Altonaer Str. 17-21 
Tel. Pinneberg 4444 

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Pirmasens 

R. & O. Jung Teichstr. 27-33 Tel. 4002 

J. Schaof • Schillerstr. 2a u. b Tel. 2475 
Plattling 

Bruno Ballach Straubinger Str. • Tel. 223 
Plettenberg-Stadt 

H. Schauerte Bahnhofstr. 55 • Tel 3304 
Plochingen/Württ. 

Erich Wohlfahrth Eßlinger Str 101 

Tel. 683 
Plön i. H. 

Autohaus Plön GmbH. ■ Eutiner Str 10 

Tel. 586 
Pocking, Kr. Grießbach/Ndb. 

Gebr. Wenig St.-Ulrich-Str. 5 ■ Tel. 421 
Pottmes 

Albert Schmid • Augsburger Str. 27 
Tel. 328 
Pori 

Alard u. Sohn Kölner Str. 28 Tel. 3183 
Preetz-Schellhorn 

Gustav Rohde Plöner Landstr. • Tel. 515 
Pressig-Rothenkirchen/Ofr. 
Autohaus Vetter K.G. Kronacher Str. 22 
Tel. 237 
Prien am Chiemsee 

W. Dingler ■ Bernauer Str. 23 • Tel. 585 
Pronsfeld/Eifel 

Josef Mais Tel. 224 
Prüm/Eifel 

A. Flegel Industrie-Str. • Tel. 536 
Puderbacti 
W. Spies ■ Tel. 692 

Quakenbrück 

O. Hollermann ■ Badberger Str. 3-5 

Tel. 205 
Quickborn 

Karl Berg Kieler Str. 148 • Tel 616 
Quotshausen, Kr. Biedenkopf 

H. Achenbach u. Sohn Schelde-Lchn-Str. 27/1 

Tel. Breidenbach 321 

Rabber/Bez. Osnabrück 

Ernst Koch Tel. Bod Essen 287 
Radevormwald 

Rolf Seifert Neustr. 28 Tel 487 
Radoifzell a. B. 

Autohaus Danner Untertorstr. 4 ■ Tel 627 
Raesfeld 

Josef Gudel Grünstr. 2 Tel. 303 
Rahden 

K. A. zur Heide • Lübbecker Str. 6 • Tel 249 
Rain/Lcch 

Josef Lehmeier Neuburger Str. 500 
Tel. 510 

Ramsau/Berchtesgaden 

Hans StöckI Au 38 Tel. 259 
Rastatt/Baden 

Paul Dienst Kehler Str. 25-27 • Tel. 3258/59 
Rastede/Old. -»^Jo/aT 

G. Bruns Oldenbjrger Straße • Tel 2179 
Ratingen 

Reinhardt o.H.G. • Tel. 3366 
Ratzeburg 

Axel Hünernörder • Schweriner Str 41 
Tel. 3541 

Ravensburg/ Württ. 

Autohaus Kilgus Jahnstr. 2 

Tel. 4884 Telex 0732839 
Recklinghausen 

Franz Enning Dortmunder Str 5-9 

Tel. Sa.-Nr. 23282 
Recklinghausen-Süd 

B. Enning Rheinvtr. 9 ■ Tel. Sa.-Nr. 61972 
Rctts 

Johann Messink Empeler Str. 13b • Tel. 357 
Regen 

Autohaus Rankl Bahnhofstr. 13 ■ Tel 406 
Regensburg ' 

Franz HartI Fnedensstr. 24 
Tel. 6238 Telex 065770 
E. Knödel Adolf-Schmetzer-Str 24 
Tel. 71 33 

Zeidler 4 Löffler Maffeisir. 4 
Tel. 61 61 

Tel'°2:45V5'2''""'*"'"""'''" ' '^*»'"<*0«"«»'-- 5 
Rehau/Ofr. 

J. Lehmann Hoferstr. 28 • Tel 282 
Reichcisheim/Odw. 

Ph^Krämer Darmstädter Str. 42 • Tel 329 
ncinbek 

E. Auls Forstplatz 5 Tel. 726621 
Reinheim i. Odw. 

Wilhelm Seeger Darmstädter Str 42 
Tel. 381 
Reilingen 

Autohof Reimers o.H.G Altonaer Str. 17-21 

Tel. Pinneberg 4444 
Remels/Ostfriesland 

Gerhard B. Wolff jun. Tel. 333 
Remscheid 

Willy Scheider Fichtenstr. 2-4 

u Lenneper Str. 317-319 Tel. 49001-03 
Remscheid-Hasten 

Autohaus Josef Wittig Gerstau 18 

Tel. 40887 




Reu 

m 



Randsburg 

Autohaus Jürgensen KG. 
Eckernförder Str. 48-50 ■ Tel. 2588 / 3888 
Reutlingen 

hutohaus Max Moritz GmbH. • Karlsir 97 
>!. 206 • Telex 0729809 
utohaus J. Wagner - Bloosstr. 13 
'Tel. 5696 
Reutlingen-Ohmenhausen 

Fritz Maier ■ Reutlinger Str. 20 ■ Tel. 4328 
Rhaunen 

Autohaus Koppenhöfer - Mühlenweg 3 
Tel. 243 
Rheine/Westf. 
Berndzen & Neuhaus • Neuenkirehener Str 
Tel. 3250/3270 
Rheinfelden (Baden) 

E. Aichelmann Friedr.-Str. 115 ■ Tel. 577 
Rheinhausen 

Robert Hoffrichter, Ing. • Moerser Str 99 
Tel. 2222 u. 2009 
Rheydt 

H. Gustav Schreiber 

Friedr.-Ebert-Str. 215-229 • Tel. 40357/58 

A. Türk • Urftstr. 75 Tel. 44576 

Riedenburg/Ofr. 

Karl Kiendl Ausfr. 28 ■ Tel. 358 
Riedlingen/Württ. 

Alfred Steinhart • Hindenburgstr 10 

Tel. 356 
Ri egelsberg/Saa r 

F. Bojahr Saarbrücker Str. 204 
Tel.: Heusweiler 6441 

Rietberg 

G. Kraft Delbrücker Str. 22 
Tel. Neuenkirchen 817 

Ringsheim/Baden 

Franz Kuen • Bundesstr. 410 
Tel. Ettenheim 380 
Rinteln/Wescr 

Auto-Hanking oHG. • Wallstr. 11 • Tel 2225 
Rockenhausen/Pfalz 

Auto- Wolf Kaiserslauterner Straße IIa 
Tel. 470 
Röfingen/Schw. 

Albert Köpf • Tel. Burgau 590 
Rönkhausen/Sauerland 

J. Kirchhoff • Hauptstr. 114 • Tel. 137 
Rösrath 

R. Stein ■ Auf dem Hack 
Tel. Hoffnungsthal 2753 
Röslau/Ofr. 

Auto Roßner KG. • Wunsiedeler Str. 58 
Tel. Unterröslau 248. 459 
Röltingen 

M. Baumann Hauptstr. 86a • Tel 227 
Rohr/Niederbay. 

Auto-Pleyer • Tel. 248 
Rosdorf 

März u. Heinemann Göttinger Str. 13 
Tel. Göttingen 23903 
Rosenheim/Obb. 

Tei*'3S4V4°2"""" °"'^' ' '^"^»••*"*'- S»-"- 72 

Ludwig Kriechbflum ■ Innitr. 63-70 
Tel. 1940 
Rotenburg/Han. 

Tel*tsi*' ^°"' *^^' "«"■'»"'•O«'- S'r. 66 
Roth/Nürnberg 

Tel'°23l'"' ^^' ^"'""'"'■»•'- Straße 37-41 
Rothenburg o. d. Tauber 

^"'° ^'■«"«hwert ■ Nördlinger Str. 7 

Rottenburg a. N. 

Adolf Müller Tübinger Str. 55 • Tel 205 
Rottenburg-Gisseltshousen 

Johann Lang K.G. • Tel. 37 
Rotthalmünster 

Otto Köhler Unterer Markt 5 • Tel 223 
Rottwcil-Altstadt 

Fridolin Müller Tuttlinger Straße 55-56 

Rüdesheim 

A. Rössel Geisenheimer Str. 85 • Tel. 2517 
Russeisheim 

T i^'^co^i''"" *^^- Adam-Opel-Str. 55-59 
i el. 5823 

Ruhpolding/Obb. 

Te'r 281"" ^'*'^^''"" Waldbahnstr. 49 



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Saarbrücken 2 

G.A Großklos K.G. Wiesenstr. 

Tel. 4 5551-55 Telex OU 2447 

u. Mainzer Str. 138 Tel. 66031/32 
Soarburg/Bez. Trier 

Fritz Bojahr Im Hagen 29 • Tel. 209 
»oariouis 

G. A. Großklos K.G 

Tel. 3347 
Sdckingen/Rhein 

F. Köhler Friedrichstr. 6 • Tel. 370 
Salach 

Alois Beck Bundesstr. 36 
Tel. Amt Süßen 400 



' Gaswerkweg 3 



Salzgitter 

Ohiendorf u. Sohn • Nord-Süd-Str 

Tel. 32231 
Salzgitter-Salder 

Helmut Heldt Vor dem Dorfe 33 

Tel. 4729 
Salzhausen Nr. 2A3 

W. Lührs Tel. 156 
Salzkotten/Westf. 

A. 4 F. Niggemeier • Geseker Str. 21 

Tel. 251 
Sarstedt 

E. Böneker Steinstr. 57 Tel. 780 
Satrup/Angeln 

xY^^i'^'""' "• 5°*'" Flensburger Str. 
I el. 440 

Saulgou 

Autohaus Milsch K.G. • Herbertinger Str. 1 

Scheer a. O. 

Ernst Müller Tel. Mengen 631 
Scheinfeld/Mfr. 

t"|'°5o"' '-'"'*°*=*"'" ■ Nürnberger Str. 1 
Schleswig 

Callsen 4 Wille • Gallberg 18 u. 

St. Jurgener Str. 52 • Tel. 4141 
Schliengen 

A. Hummel KG. • Bundesstr. Tel. 415 
Schlitz/Hessen 

Georg Haak • Otto-Zinsser-Str. 24 

Tel. 256 
Schlüchtern 

Autohaus Schlüchtern • Alle Bahnhofstr. 20 
I el. / 51 /52 

Schmallenberg/Westf. 

Auto-Köster Fleckenberge.- Str. • Tel 355 
Schneiderkrug i. O. 

H. Riemann Tel. Lor.gförden 1 78 
Schneverdingen 

c ui.';!'"?' Verrtener Str. 31 • Tel. 227 
achollkrippen 

G Kunkel Hauptstr. Bjy.A • Tel. 628 
Schönau b. Heidelberg* ' 

G. Braun Weinheimer Str. • Tel. 216 
Schönberg/Holst. 

F. Stoltenberg ■ Knüll 13 • Tel. 666 
Schöningen 

Chr. Seydel • Alversdorfer Weg • Tel. 1876 
Schdppenstedt 

G. Wiegand • Neue Str. 15a • Tel. 219 
Schötmar 

Autohaus Schötmar • Lange Straße 69 
Schondorf/Ammersee 

H. Pflügler Haus Nr. 103 • Tel 270 
Schongau/Lech 

Max Becher Augsburger Str. 2-4 ■ Tel 321 
Schopf heim/Baden 

Buche 4 Tröndle K.G. ■ Bundesstr. 319 

Tel. 717 

Schorndorf /Württ. 

Ernst Strahle KG. StuHgarter Str. 37 

Schotten/Oberhessen 

Gebr. Glebe Hauptstr. 107 • Tel. 276 
Schramberg-Sulgen 

J. Hils Schramberger Str. 42 Tel. 8321 

Schriesheim/Bergstraße 

E. Gärtner Landstr. 108 Tel. 3 54 
Schrobenhausen 

Josef KastI Hörzhausener Str. 5 Tel 522 
Schrozberg/Württ.. Kr. Crailsheim 

K. Rappold Bahnhofstr. 374 Tel 181 
Schussenried 

Josef Götz Aulendorfer Str. 22 • Tel 252 
Schwabach 

W. Feser Limbacher Str. 26 • Tel 2284 
Schwabmünchen 

Alfons Pollak Augsburger Str 54 
Tel. 450 

Schwdb.-Gmünd 

Josef Wagenblast • Parier Str. 17 • Tel 2525 
Schwdb.-Hall 

Robert Koch Johanniterstr. 57 Tel. 6790 
Schwaigern 

E. Söhner Zeppelinstr. • Tel. 333 

Schwandorf /Bayern 

Autohaus HartI u. Co. Regensburger Str. 70 
tel. 0/9 

Schwarzenbach/Saale 

H. Hertel Kirchenlamitzer Str. 50 Tel 428 
Schwarzenbek/Lbg. 

Auto-Jurgens ■ Lauenburger Str 61 
Tel. 3 64 

Schweinfurt/Main 

Heinrich Vossiek ■ Deutschhöfer Str. 45 

Tel. 3041 

Autohaut Schweinfurt GmbH. 

Mainberger Str. 3/, • Tel. 33 55/56 
Schwelm 

Tepass 4 Setz • Berliner Str. 66a-68 

Tel. 31 98 
Schwend/Ofr. 

G Kratzer Tel. Illschwang 243 
Schwenningen/Neckar 

M. Schneider K.G. Villmger Str. 142 

Tel. 1641/42 



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Schw«rt«/Ruhr 

Friti Hengstenberg • BeckMtr. 5 • Tel. 2S98 
Schwatxingen 

Aulo-Rohr G.m.b.H • Bruchhduser Sir 
Tel. 2420 
S««t«n/Harz 

A. Goff Frankfurter Str. 28 
Tel. 2300 / 2341 
Selb/Ofr. 

R. Kleier ■ Weiflenbacher Str. 49 • Tel. 2595 
Sei ig«n»tadl/ H •■•en 

Ruchti & Kempf o.H.G. ■ Frankfurter Str. 119 
Tel. 2205 
Sennceladt 

H. Schröder lndu$trieitr. • Tel. 3405 
Sennfcld 

Hermann Lademann ■ Hauptstr. 1 
Tel. Adelsheim 239 
Siegburg 

Josef Hoff Indosfriestr. 47 • Tel. 2663/64 
Siegen/Westf. 

Walter Knebel ■ Fludersbach 118 
Tel. 5363 Telex 087630 
Sigmaringen 

Josef Bauschatz K.G. Laizer Str. 8 
Tel. 9263/64 Telex 0732512 
Simbach/Inn 

Otto Benninger Äußere Pfarrkirchner Str. 1 Vi 
Tel. 304 '* 

Simmern/Hunerück 

E. Scherer Koblenzer Str. ■ Tel. 777 
Sindelfingen 

J. Bein Neckarstr. 37 Tel. 8668 
Singan/Hohentwiel 

Autohaus Danner • Aluminlumstr. 12 
Tel. 3231 32 
Sinsheim/Eltenz 

Autohaus J. Immler • Dührener Str. 2-3 
Tel. 2424 
Sinzheim/Badcn 

L. Gerstenmaier • An der Bundesstr. 
Tel. Steinbach/Bd. 526 
Sitteneen 

Auto-Kropp • Sfader Str. 24 • Tel. 431 
Sobernheinri/Nahe 

K. Matthes Monzinger Str. 26 • Tel. Sil 
Soest/Wettf. 

Egon Ludewig KG. Werler Landstr. 2 
Tel. 2455/56 Telex 084326 
Solingen-Nord 

Gebr. Flocke • Am Wasserturm 
Tel. 24861 Postschließf. 906 
Solingen-Süd 

Gebr. Flocke Lüneschloßstr. 9 • Tel. 24861 
Solingen-Ohlig* 
Graap & Becker • Merscheider Str. 76 

Tel. 12916 
Soitau/Han. 

H. Winkelmann KG. • Wilhelmstr. 10-12 
Tel. 2230 
Somborn 

J. Schmitt Hanauer Str. 53 ■ Tel. 264 
Sonthofen-Rieden 

Helmut Steinhilber ■ lllerweg 19 • Tel. 2223 
Spaichingen 

B. Klaiber Hauptstr. 3 ■ Tel. 434 
Spalt/Mfr. 

A. Kraus Windsbacher Str. 371 '/i 
Tel. 279 
Speicher, Bez. Trier 

L. Roth Kapellenstr. Tel. 258 
Speyer a. Rh. 

Jacob Kautz Heerd-Str. 25-31 • Tel. 2741 
Trautmann u. Höh o.H.G. 
Wormser Landstr. 100 • Tel. 3183 
Sprendlingen/Rheinhett. 

J. Elz Sf.-Johanner-Sir. 24 • Tel. 468 
Springe/Oeitler 

Albert Mensenkamp • Hamelner Str. 12 
Tel. 218 
Sprockhövel 

W. Nippus Mühlet»str. 23 Tel. 4268 
Stade 

H. Spreckelsen ■ Schiffertorstr. IIa 
Tel. 2658 59 Telex 0218125 
H Koppelmann • Am Hafen Tel. 27 76 
Stadihagen 

W. Duhnsen KG. Gartenitr. 13 • Tel. 898 
Stahak Teichstr. 2 Tel. 2415 16 
Stadtlohn/Weelf. 

Hans Bütterhoff K.G. ■ Mühlenstr. 45 
Tel. 483 
Stadttleinach 

Karl Matthes - Kulmbacher Str. 30 
Tel. 342 
Staffelslein 

J. Stemmeier • Uselhof 1 • Tel. 295 
Starnberg 

Ludwig Heuser - Münchner Straße 25-27 
Tel. 2436 
Slaufen/Brtg. 

O. Heinrich Krozinger Str. • Tel. 5415 
Steinhagen/Weetf. 

Paul Schomeier ft Sohn Hallerstr. 447 
Tel. 456 
Steinheim/Wettf. 

Walter Ensfe Billerbecker Str. 67 
Tel. 276 

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Steppach bei Augsburg 

A. Mayr KG. Ulmer Str. 2 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 38555 
St. Ingb«rt/Saar 

F. Kilian & Sohn ■ Kapellenstr. 19 
Tel. 2462 
St. Wendel/Saar 

9. Ohimann • Tholeyer Str. 26 ■ Tel. 2263 
Statten a. k. M. 

Hamberger • Schwenninger Str. 205 
Tel. 388 
Stockoch/Baden 

Josef Alber RadoIfzeller'Str. 11 
Tel. 422 Postfach 53 
Stockttadt 

H. G. Nees • Tel. 226 
Stolberg 

Paul Schweitzer ■ Zweifaller Str. 44 
Tel. 2961 
Stommeln 

Ch. Wabnitz • Venloer Str. 65 ■ Tel. 1 94 
Straelen/Ndrh. 

W. Prusseit • Annastr. 100 • Tel. 515 
Straubing 

Autohaus Lichtinger - Regensburger Str. 61 
Tel. 2743/44 
Strücklingen i. O. 

Hans Nee • Tel. Barssel 297 
Strümpfelbach i. R. 

J. Dannenmann ■ Hauptstr. 71 
Tel. Waiblingen 2729 
Stukenbrock Nr. 34 

J. Mersch • Tel. Schloß Holte 407 
Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt 
Hahn-Motorfahrzeuge GmbH. 
Erbsenbrunnengasse 11 • Tel. 53177 
Stuttgart-Botnang 

Auto-Haag • Lindpainlner Str. 5-7 
Tel. 68224 
Stuttgarl-Degerloch 

Hahn-Motorfahrzeuge GmbH. 
Schöttlestr. 26 Tel. 706215 
Stuttgart-Feuerbach 

Vogel-Garagen - Salzburger Str. 46-56 
Tel. 81425 
Stuttgart-Nord 

Hahn-Motorfahrzeuge GmbH. • Friedrichsir. 20 
Tel. 299041 Telex 0723934 
Sttgt.-Fellbach, Ringstr. 12 Tel. 566171 
Sttgt.-Bad Cannstodt, Erbsenbrunnengasse 11 
Tel. 53177 

Sttgt.-Degerloch. Schöttlestr. 26 ■ Tel. 706215 
Sftgt.-Osf, Hauffstr. 5 Tel. 40756 
Stuttgart-Ost 

Hahn-Motorfahrzeuge GmbH. • Hauffstr. 5 
Tel. 40756 

Julius Mahle Neckarstr. 223 • Tel. 40739 
Stuttgart-Süd 

Südgarage, Oipl.-Ing. Eberhard Ludwig 
Burgstallstr. 61 - Tel. 72646 
Autohaus Beck Lehenstr. 20 ■ Tel. 706874 
Stuttgarl-Untertürkheim 

Neckargarogen Beck, Kaiser & Co. 
Mettinger S»r. 16 20 • Tel. 31585 
Stuttgart- Vaihingen 

Auto Stäbler o.h.G. Hauptstr. 65 
Tel. 786382 
Stuttgart-W 

Moltke-Garage, Ernst Steck oHG. 
Bebelsl;-. 65 Tel. 638061 
Stuttgart-Wangen 

H. Auch K.G. Kesselsfr. 43 • Tel. 3371 69 
Stuttgart-ZufFenhausen 

Adolf Morquordt Rotweg 21 ■ Tel. 871141 
Süchteln 

W. Slabbers Krefelder Str. 75 
Tel. Viersen 6391 
Sulingen 

W. Clomann KG. - Barenburger Str. 2 
Tel. 678 
Sulz/Neckar 

Autohous J. Springer - Horber Str. 11 
Tel. 466 
Sulzbach/Saar 

^. Birkelbach Hauptstr. 28b Tel. 2033 
Sulzbach-Rosenberg 

H. Meister Nelkenstr. 1 Tel. 508 
Süderbrarup, Kr. Schlea. 

Richard Henningsen - Schleswiger Str. 9 
Tel. 658 
Süseierbaum/Holst. 

E. Plögemaker ■ Tel. Pönitz 8140 
Syke 

H. Nienstedt Söhne KG Nienburger Str. 21 
Tel. 558 

Tailfingen/Würtl. 

J. Haug KG. Goefhestr. 102 Tel. 5533 
Tarmstedt b. Bremen 

Gebr. Warncke Bremer Str. 107 • Tel. 205 
Tauberbischofeheinrt 

Emil Mott u. Söhne o.H.G. - Hauptstr. 96-98 

Tel. 7755/56 
Telgte 

Heinrich Holthaus - Ostbeverner Str. 78 

Tel. 276 
Tettnong/Württ. 

Carl Bleicher KG. ■ Kirchstr. 27 ■ Tel. 22S 



ThMÜngbousen/Bremon 

J. Geils Schulstr. 88 Tel. 297 
Thoiey/Saar 

K. AAorbach • Tholeyer Str. • Tel. Tholey 339 
^■Thurnau 

^^^H. Renner Kulmbacher Str. 147 a ■ Tel. 250 
^^^pkngon/Oberrh. 

^^^Autohous Cigolla • Schaffhauser Str 63 
Tel. 511 
Tirechenreuth 

August Kopf • Mitterteicher Str. 21 
Tel. 274 
Titz, Kr. Jülich 

Alfers ü. Tirtey o.H.G. • Landstr. 276 
Tel. Ameln 458 
Todtnou/Schwarzwold 

Henry Teichmann • Schönauer Str. 22 
Tel. 338 
Töging 

A. Matt Mühldorfer Str. 28 • Tel. 93 81 
Tofted; 

Meyer & Weltz ■ Bahnhofstr. 16 • Tel. 365 
Traben-Trarbach 
Autohaus Achterberg KG. • Rißbacher Str 
Tel. 460 Telex 047321 
Trounreut 

H. Schiessl • Kantstr. 15 ■ Tel. 8392 
Traunstein/Obb. 

Peter Osenstdtter ■ Ludwigsir. 27 
Tel. 4744 u. 5331 
Travemünd« 

Travag GmbH. ■ Godewind 5 • Tel. 2075 
Trebgast 

Georg Bauer ■ Tel. Neuenmarkt 233 
Triberg 

E. Kaiser KG. • Hauptstr. 15 • Tel. 517 
Trier 

Auto-Junk-K.G. • Moselstr. 19-20 
u. Ruwerer Str. 103 Tel. 3033 Telex 047868 
Auto-Horst Medardstr. 140 • Tel. 53 35 
Martin-Garage ■ Saarstr. 11 • Tel. 2114 
Trittau 

Wilhelm Rußmeyer ■ Großenseer Str. 7 
Tel. 2389 
Troisdorf 

J. Hoff • Kölner Str. 118 • Tel. 6076 
Trossingen 

R. Leiber Steppachstr. 9 • Tel. 581 
Trostberg/AI z 

J. Spiegelsberger ■ Caroplatz 1 • Tel. 565 
Tübingen 
Autohaus Wetzel K.G. 
Schaffhausen Str. 111 • Tel. 3698 
J. Schell Rottenburger Str. • Tel. 3895 
Türkhei m/Wertach 

H. Martin • Wörrishofer Str. 17 • Tel 246 
Tuttlingen/Württ. 

Walter Huber Stockacher Str. 100-102 
Tel. Sa.-Nr. 682 ■ Telex 0762619 
Tutzing 

F. Hößle • Hauptstr. 76 ■ Tel. 246 

Übach-Palenberg II 

Herbert Basten KG. • Roermonder Str. 136 
Tel. Alsdorf 583 
Ueberlingen/Bodense« 
Heinrich Heinemann K.G. 
Carl-Benz-Str. 18 ■ Tel. 2261 
Uedem 

Heinz Verfürth • Bahnhofstr. 47 Tel 307 
Uehlfeld Nr. 16S 

J. Stöcker • Tel. Oachsbach 232 
Uelzen/Han. 
Georg Hartw. Bock • Oldenstddter Str. 54 
Tel. 2444/45 
Uerentrup 199 
über Bielefeld II Eugen Hutter & Co 
Tel. Bielefeld 79545 
Uffenheim 

Walter Schürmann • Würzburger Str 27 

Tel. 394 
Uhingen, Kr. Göppingen 

Albert Probst Stuttgarter Str. 38 

Tel. Göppingen 2685 
Ulm/Donau 

Held. Motorfahrzeuge K.G. • Schillerstr. 5a 

Tel. 63453 
Ulm-Söflingen 

Hans Kreisser Klingensteiner Str. 49 

Tel. 37439 
Ulm-Wiblingen 

J. Kögel Schloßsir. 35 • Tel. 69281 
Unna 

Hülpert u. Müller • Ziegelstr 25 

Tel. 3458/59 
Unna-Massen 

Hülpert & Müller Provinzialstr. 1b 

Tel. Unna 2729 
Unterföhring 

A. Krug Münchener Str. 96 • Tel. 366562 
Untergröningen/Württ. 

Wilhelm Stadelmaier 

Abtsgmünder Str. 195 Tel. 98 
Unterhaching b. München 

Karl Neumeier Münchner Str. 111-113 

Tel. 472486 
Unterhirschberg, Post Wilzhofen 

Rudolf Pretzner • Tel. Pohl 73 



Unteruhldingan/Bodensee 

Heinrich Hainemann ■ Hauptstr. 106 

Tel. Oberuhldingen 212 
Untarwössen 'Obb. 

Hans Oberauer • Hauptstr 48 

Tel. Grassau 8217 
Urach 

Kurt Schneider • Stuttgarter Str. 136 Tel 284 
Usingen/Taunus 

Georg Low • Frankfurter Str. • Tel 500 
Uslar-Reitliehausen 

Helmuth Schäffer • Tel. 481 
Usscin/Waldeck 

Ing. P. Küthe Korbacher Str. 31 ■ Tel. 211 

Vaihingen Enz 

^ Auto-Bauer • Stuttgarter Str. 62 • Tel. 240/280 

Albrechts & Anders ■ Neue Str 25 

Tel. 312 u. 748 
Vechta i. O. 

Aloys Klöker • Oldenburger Str. 79 • Tel 395 
Vegesack-Aumund 

Aumunder Autohaus 

Autohaus Schniewind K.G. • Friedrichstr. 181 
Tel. 52604 

Paul Hitzblech • Friedrichstr. 105-107 
Tel. 2876 
Velburg 

R. Vasall • Untere Gasse 59 • Tel. 269 
Velen, Kr. Bocholt 

Josef Schulz ■ Bahnhofstr. 47 • Tel 265 
Verden/Aller 

Autohaus Leonhard & Rennecke 
Johanniswall 1-7 ■ Tel. 3675 
Verl 

J. Mügge • Gütersloher Str. 57 • Tel 405 
Versmold/Weflf 

Robert Orth • Ravensberger Str. 38u Tel 615 
Viechtach/Bayr. WaM 

J. Reitmeier Inh. BillerÄ Hobrack Ing 

Mönchhofstr. 13 ■ Tel. 245 
Viernheim/Hessen 

Autohaus Gutperle o.H.G. • Mannheimer 

Str. 81 ■ Tel. 552 
Viersen 

Ilse Schleberger Alte Bruchstr. 5 • Tel 12375 
Villingen/Schw. 
Autohaus K. Kraus KG • Goldenbühlstr. 7 
Tel. 3433/34 
Vilsbiburg/Ndb. 

Michael Ostermaier • Landshuler Str. 8-11 
Postfach 83 • Tel. 321 
Vilshofen 

Erich Röhr Wieshof 6% ■ Tel. 362/63 
Visselhövede/Han. 

Friedrich Nölle KG. Große Str. 22 • Tel 236 
VIotho/Weser 

F. Schnieder • Herforder Str. 79 • Tel. 895 
Vörden. Bez. Osnabrück 

Werner Bei der Kellen Dammer Str 1 
Tel. 266 
Vohenstrauas/Opf. 

Auto-Hopf ■ Pleysfeiner Str. 231 • Tel. 398 
Volkach 

F. Lutz u. Sohn Sommeracher Str. 33 Tel. 424 
Völklingen/Saar 

Hugo Korb • Bismarckstr. 115 • Tel. 2023 
Vorst 

Walter Stein Lindenallee 1 • Tel. Anrath 23 33 
V reden 

A. Kemper Bahnhofstr. 4 Tel. 846 
Wog ing a. See 

G. Aichhammer ■ Salzburger Str. • Tel 234 
Wahlstedt 

E. Mahlke Wagingstr. 196 ■ Tel. 373 
Waldbröl/Rhld. 

Korl Wehner • Brölstr. 34 • Tel. 420 
Waldkirch 

Kannenberg K.G. • Am Gewerbekanal 5 
Tel. 9223 
Waldkirchen 

J. Schiffler Passauer Str. 253 • Tel. 328 
Waldfischbach/Pfalz 

Albert Hobel Hauptstr. 44 Tel. 550 
Waldkraiburg/Obb. 

R. Böhme Aussiger Str. 27 • Tel. Kroiburg 8212 
Waldmichelbach 

Auto-Lammer Ludwigstr. 42 • Tel. 290 
Waldmünchen/Bayern 

Max Scheubeck Regensburger Str. 45 • Tel. 304 
Woldsasson 

Leo Enslein Mitterteicher Str. 11 ■ Tel. 328 
Waldsee/Württ. 

Autohaus Wild Biberacher Str. 81 • Tel. 255 
Waldshut 

Autohaus Cigolla • Eisenbahnstr. 13 Tel. 717 
Walheim 

J. Hermanns • Trierer Str. 26 • 
Tel. Kornelimunster 322 
Walkenried 

Hermann Ostwald, Inh. Karl Ostwald 
Harzstr. 25 Tel. 303 
Walldorf b. Frankf./Main 

Ing. Fritz Schurstein Frankfurter Str. 8-10 
Tel. Mörfelden 2085 



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Tal. 2366 



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Walldürn/Nordbadan 

A. A R. Weinlein KG. Or.-Traulcnann-Str. 14 

Tel. 276 
Walltrop 

Th. Bollrafh Hochilr. 17 
Wal«roda/Han. 

Busse & Krüger - Lange Str. 
Waltum 

H. Röder Wotereckstr. 1 

Tel. Duisburg 491281 
Wangen/Allgäw 

Aulo-Wanner Isnyer Str. 30 • Tel. 8212 
Wanne-EIckel 

Urginus & Beyer • Wilhelmitr. 93 u. Eickeler 

Bruch 76 Tel. 70022/73255. Naehfr. 70502 
Warburg/We«tf. 

Johann Jacobi Paderborner Tor • Tel. 525 
Warendorf/Wettf. 

August-Wessing-Damm IS 



• Löhnberger Sfr. 

Merklinger Str. 14 

Tel. 8384/85 
Tel. 440 



Heinrich Jasper 
Tel. 2261 
Warmentteinach 

Josef Heser • Tel. 315 
Warstade/Basbeck 

Bernhard Lewandowski Hauptstr. 559 
Tel. Basbeck 255 
Wasierburg/Inn 

Emil Reisinger - Bahnhofstr. 5 ■ Tel. 684 
Watsertrüdingen/Bayern 

A. Bauer Mühlforsir. 9 • Tel. 238 
Wattenscheid 

Friedrich Scholz • Voedestr. 68 
Postschließfach 1 • Tel. 81017 
Waxweller, Kr. Prüm 

Heinrich Schaus • Luxemburger Str. 40 
Tel. 1 37 
Wedel Holst. 

Franck u. Schmidt • Marktplatz 2 ■ Tel. 3661 
Wcener/Ems 

H. Züchner Hindenburgstr. 14 • Tel. 236 
Weeze-Nlederrhein 

J. Caspers Wellerstr. Tel. 3 38 
Wehdel Nr. 32 

A. Brunssen Tel. Geestenseth 316 
Weiden/Opf. 

Stegmann oHG. • Bahnhofstr. 44 ■ Tel. 3548 
Weikersheim/Württ. b. Bad Mergentheim 
Gebr. Gehringer • Lautenbacher Str. 1 
Tel. 3 50 
Weilburg/Lohn 
Autohaus Löhr KG 
Tel. 271 
Weilderstadt 
Autohaus Weeber 
Tel. 512 
Weil hei m/Obb. 

K. Bauer ■ Olympiastr. 
Weingarten 

E. Morrkopf • Durlacher Str 
Weinheim/Bergstraße 

Auto-Sebastian GmbH. Mannheimer Str. 88 
Tel. 4404 

Geist u. Wlegand o.H.G. ■ Bergstr. 67 
Tel. 2655 
Weissenburg/Bay. 

H. Hertlein Augsburger Str. 67 ■ Tel. 2851 
Weiden 

Franz Aubele Bahnhofstr. 19 • Tel. 209 
Welle, Kr. Harburg 

Wilhelm Tödter & Sohn Tel. 265 
Welper-Hattingen/Ruhr 

A. Podlech An der Friedenseiche 10 
Tel. Hattingen 2262 
Welzheim 

Reinhard Kati & Söhne o.H.G. 
Schorndorfer Str. Tel. 1 94 

Wemding/Schwaben 

Simon Leinfelder Nördlinger Str. 20 • Tel. 330 
Wemmetsweiler/Saar 

J. Riefer Ludwigstr. 12 • Tel. 2693 

Wendlingen/Neckar 

R. Hellemann Stuttgarter Str. 22 • Tel. 7240 
Weng über Landshut 

Wilhelm Haselbeck Straubinger Str 52 
Tel. Wörth 237 
Werdohl 

Ernst Piepenstock Am Kettling 46 • Tel. 2947 
Werl/Westf. 

Egon Ludewig Hammer Str. 25 ■ Tel. 2025 
Werlte-Wehm, Kr. Aschendorf 

Anton Körte Tel. Werlte 449 
Wcrmelskirchen 

August Jäger Elch 11-13 • Tel. 2451 
Wernberg/Opf. 

Josef Götz Weidener Str. 64 • Tel. 225 
Werne/Lippe 

Bernhard Brummer ■ Stockumer Str. 20-22 
Tel. 612 
Wertach 

Fr. Schöferle Houpistr. 93 Tel. 258 
Werthcim/M. 

Florian Fnedlein KG. Bismarckitr. 33 
Tel. 308 
Wcrtingcn/Schwaben 

Sebastian Strommer Gänsweld 1 • Tel. 84 
Wesel 

Autohaus Becher o.H.G. 
Dinslakener Str. 4 Tel. 2276 

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Wessciburen 

W. Mussfeldt Schülperitr. 14 Tel. 464 
Westense« b. Kiel 

K.-H. Klauza Tel. 1 62 
Westerburg/Westerwald 

Franz Kraus • Adolfstr. • Tel. 146 
Westerholt/Westf. 

H. Pulmo Bahnhofstr. 76 • Tel. 31955 
Westerland/Sylt 

Kreß & Hansen • Neue Str. 4 • Tel. 2744 
Westersted« i. O. 

Auto-Groth Am Esch 25 • Tel. 557 
Westtünnen 

W. ImmenköHer • Heideweg 135 • Tel. 449 
Wetzlar/Lahn 

Autohaus DIehl K.G. - Steubenstr. 1 

Tel. 51 51 
Wickede/Ruhr 

August Teschler • Hauptstr. 7 • Tel. 213 
Wiedenbrück/Westf. 

Knöbel KG. ■ Gütersloher Str. 55 ■ Tel. 8881 
Wiehl, Bez. Köln 

Horst Schleißing • Homburger Str. 3 

Tel. Bielstein 8213 
Wiesbaden 

Auto-Rossel G.m.b.H. Mainzer Str. 105-113 

Tel. 74641 • Telex 041 86794 

Fritz Killan GmbH. • Im Rad • Tel. 42851 

Blücher-Garage • Blücherstr. 10 • Tel. 40202 

Wiesbaden-Biebrich 

Heinrich Siegmann ■ Rheingaustr. 90 
Tel. 66272 
Wiesbaden-Bierstadt 

H. Schneider • Wiesbadener Str. 39 
Tel. 73528 
Wiesbaden-Kastel 

Autohaus Zerbe • Wiesbadener Str. 66 
Tel. Kastei 21 56 
Wiesloch 

H. Hofmann Schwetzinger Str. 59 • Tel. 2130 
Wildbad 

Auto Wentsch • Calmbacher Str. • Tel. 630 
Wildeshausen 

Georg Schniedewind ■ Ahlhorner Str. 60 
Tel. 655 
Wilhelmshaven 

Schmidt -I- Koch GmbH. • Banter Weg, 
BIsmarckstr. Tel. 26087 
Willing-Bad Aibling 

Michael Boxhammer • Tel. 340 
Windsheim 

Ludwig Gurrafh ■ Nürnberger Str. 3 • Tel. 1 38 
Winnenden, Kr. Waibl. 

Wilhelm Nickel KG. ■ Ringstr. 20 • Tel. 2356 
Winsen/Aller 

Curt Hoppe KIrchstr. 11 ■ Tel. 302 
Winsen/Luhe 

Gebr. Wolperding • Bahnhofstr. 62 
Tel. 2645/46 
Winterberg/Sauerland 

Robert Hegel Astenstr. 9 • Tel. 258 
Wipperfürth 

Müller & Breuer K.G. • Leiersmühle Tel. 777 
Wirges/Westerwald 

Josef Schlotte! Chr -Haibel-Str. 26 
Tel Montabaur 667 
Wischhafen 

K. Meyer Tel. 218 
Wissen 

L. Dohne KG • In der Deubach-Kurve 
Tel. 212 
Witten-Anncn/Ruhr 

Gebr. Marx ■ Krumme Str. 11 • Tel. 3905 
Wittingen/Hon. 

Walter Hemg Bahnhofstr. 49 • Tel. 507 
Wittlich/Eifel 

Auto-Kuhio KG. Am Lüxemer Weg • Tel. 140 
Wittmund/Ostfr. 

Ernst Hinrichs • Jever Str. 7-11 • Tel. 263 
Witzenhausen 

Willy Störmer ■ An der Bohlenbrücke 8 
Tel. 219 
Wörth/Oonau 

Arno Schröter ■ 
Wohra 

Johannes Oenzel 
WolfenbüHel 

Hubert Bolm - Neuer Weg 34 
Wolfhagen 

K. Ostmann • Ippingshäuser Str. 10 ■ Tel. 419 
Wolfratshausen 

Johann Berner • Königsdorfer Str 
Tel. 245 
Wolfsburg 

Joseph Hotz KG. Fallersleber Sfr. • Tel. 2338 
KD-Anlage: Nordsteimker Str. 7-9 Tel. 2338 
Autohaus W., Inh. H.-W, Knott Siemensstr. 4 
Tel. 2858 
Woinzach-Markt 

Karl Wallner o.H.G. Preysingstr. 54 • Tel. 517 
Worms/Rhein 

E. u. H. Müller o.H.G. ■ Martinsplatz 2-10 
Tel. 6007 
Worpswede 

Karl Knoke • Ostcrwede 43 Tel. 268 
Wülfrath 

Ernst Beuteführ Goethestr. 39 • Tel. 307 



■ Fal 

mm 



Fritz Hoselhorsl 
4085 



.75 



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Ludwlgsstr. 5 • Tel. 273 
Halsdorfer Str. 22 • Tel. 223 
Tel. 2726 
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Würzburg 

8. A H. Spindler GmbH. • Leistenttr. 19-25 

Tel. 72944/45 Telex 068784 

Fahrzeug-Pfister ■ Rondersackerer Str. 40 

Jel. 73200/54900 
«torf 
lulohaus Sölter, Inh. 
ordstr. 35-37 • Tel. 
Wuppertal-Barmen 

Jack Adams - Heckinghauser Str. 

Tel. 63232-36 
Wuppertal-Elbe rfeld 

Auto-Magner GmbH - Uellendahler 

Str. 245-251 Tel. 44611/12, 43325 

Albert Zeisler - Bundesallee 268 

Tel. 44547/48 
Wuppertal-Ronsdorf 

H. Pfeiffer KG. Erbschlöer Str. 17 

Tel. 72070 
Wuppertal-Vohwinkel 

Albert Zeisler ■ Kalserstr. 108 • Tel. 781781 
Wyk auf Föhr 

Hermann Matzen KG. ■ BadesIr. 22 • Tel. 283 

Xanten/Ndrh. 

Hans Terhoeven 
Tel. 214 

Zaberfeid 

K. Stuber 



Am Amphitheater 26 



Michelbacher Str. 153 ■ Tel. 261 



Zeil/Mosel 

Josef Koch ■ Plänterstr. ■ Tel. 1 87 
Zellerfeld/Harz 

Richard Herterich • Goslarsche Str. 52a 

Tel. 3 52 
Zet«l i. O. 

E. Knieper Jac.-Borcher-Str. 46 • Tel. 2058 
Z«v«n, Bez. Bremen 

Auto-Lühmann • Schmledestr. 4 Tel. 320 
Ziegenhain 

Wilhelm Weckesser ■ Bahnhofstr. 18 

Tel. Treysa 3372 
Ziematshausen 

F. GastI • Augsburger Str. 277 • Tel. 277 
Zinhain (Wastarw.) 

H. Groß • Tel. Marlenberg 588 
Zülpich 

A. Götzen • Romerallee 55 ■ Tel. 733 
Züttlingan/Würtl. 

Rudolf Dumm • Tel. Möckmühl 389 
Zusmarshausan 

Fahrzeugh. Zusmarshausen Schmid u. Kost 

Augsburger Str. 30 ■ Tel. 305 
Zwaibrückan 

August Kinzinger • Hofenfelsstr. 56 • Tel. 3538 
Zwiesel/Bayr. Wald 

Autodienst Rankl Suhnhofstr. 136 • Tel. 406 



FINNLAND 



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Importeur: VW-Auto Oy. • Ruoholohdenkatu 8 
HELSINKI 
Tel. 641 851 • Cable VWAuto 



Alavus 

S. Hevonkosken Aulokorjaamo • Tel. 1 33 
Forssa 

Autotalo Oy, Hdmeenlie • Tel. 1 1561 
Hainola 

Heinolan Konepaja Oy • Lahdentie ■ Tel. 2712 
Helsinki 

VW-Auto Oy • Herttonlementie ■ Tel. 780800 

Vlhdlntle 21 • Tel. 470418 
Hyvinkäd 

Hyvinköän Moottorihuollo 

Rilhlmäenkatu 18 ■ Tel. 1 11 23 
Hdmeenlinna 

Autokorjaus Oy • Saaristenkatu 3 

Tel. 24675 

lisalml 

Autopojat Oy • llvolonkatu 1 • Tel. 1118 
Ikaalinen 

K. Kallion Korjaamo • Tel. 6239 
Imatra 

Vuoksen Autokorjaamo • Vuoksenniska 

Tel. 31 69 
Joansuu 

Joensuun Autokalusto ■ Pienteolllsuusalue 

Tel. 4113 
Joutsa 

Esso-huolto, V. Tasklnen ■ Tel. 247 
Juva 

Auto- ja Konekorjaamo, K. Lindström 

Tel. 1 05 
Jyväskylä 

Jyväskylän Autotarvike Oy 

Vapaudenkatu 2 • Tel. 14534 
Järvenpäd 

Järvenpäön Invalildien Ammattihuoltolaitos 

Tel. 287831 

Kajaani 

Mannermaan Auto, Teppana • Metsäkatu 2 

Tel. 2971 
Kalajoki 

Kalajoen Autoliike, K. A. Silpola 

Tel. 31 
Kankaanpdd 

Autosähkö • Tel. 1263 
Karkkilo 

Auto-Kehd Liljegren & Kumpp. 

Helsingintie 1 Tel. 55666 
Kauhava 

Nurmi-Yhiymä ■ Tel. 99 
Kami 

V. Rauman Autoliike Oy ■ Lopintie 3 

Tel. 2846 
Kamiidrvi 

V. Rauman Autoliike Oy ■ Tel. 295 
K»vruu 

TIvi Oy • Tel. 226 
Kirkkonummi 

Kyrksiatt Bil & Traktor • Tel. 2911 59 
Kitaa 

Kiteen Autokorjaamo • Makkonen ja Hyvdrinen 

Tel. 1 44 
Kokamdki 

Kokemäen Autohuolto ■ Tel. 60455 
Kokkola 

Oy Auto-Man Ab • Pitkänslllankatu 10 
Tel. 31 65 
Konnavasi 
Huoltoaiema R. E. Kytöjoki • Tel. 44 



Kotka 

Auto-Hellberg • KIrkkokatu 19 • Tel. 14250 
Kouvola 

Kouvolon Sähkö, Waaramaa ja Pojai 
Salpousselänkatu 28 - Tel. 29^1 
Kristiino * 

Krlstiinon Autola ■ Varvinmöki • Tel. 310 
Kuhmo 

Shell-huolto, P. Nivala • Tel. 1 81 
Kuopio 

Heikkisen Konepoia Oy 
Venemlehenkatu 2-4 ■ Tel. 12520 
Lahti 

O. Karkialnen Oy • Mestarinkatu 1 
Tel. 26133 
Lappeenranta 

Autokorjaamo Velj. Back ■ Satamatia 
Tel. 1 3065 
Lieksa 

tleksan Auto-Paja • Mönninkatu 42 • Tel. 478 
Lohja 

Nurmi-Auto Oy • Lohjan asema 
Tel. 9122337 
Loimaa 

Loimaan Autokorjaamo Oy - Tel. 2034 
Länkipohja 

Lönkipohjan Auto Oy ■ Tel. 100 
Maarianhamina 

Alands Ingenjörsbyra ■ Strandgatan 21 
Tel. 11955 
Mikkeli 

Porrassalmen Auto Oy • Mannerhelmintie 28 
Tel. 11515 
Muonio 

Esso-huolto, V. Mella ■ Tel. 50 
Nurmijärvi 

Nurmijörven Auto- ja Maatalouskonepaja 
Perttula • Tel. 271637 
Orintattila 

Papulan Auto- ja Konekorjoamo • Tel. 71303 
Oulu 

Helkin Auto Oy • Tarmontle 5 • Tel. 33894 
Padasjoki 

Padasjoen Korjaamo 
Latva & Laurell ■ Tel. 18 
Parkano 

Parkanon Autoliike ■ Tel. 2033 
Pallo 

Vuoplon Autokorjaamo • Tel. 19 
Piaksdmdki 

Pieksdmden Ammattikoulu - Tel. 1461 
Pictasaari 

Auto-Tester • Herrholminkatu 3 • Tel. 1 0882 
Pihtipudas 

Simon Autq ■ Tel. 83 
Pori 

Salakunnon Auto Oy ■ Kotoriinankatu 30 
Tel. 11907 
Porvoo 

Auto-Hellberg ■ Mannerheiminkatu 21 
Tel. 12366 
Rauma 
A. Rintalan Aulokorjaamo - Nummenkatu 23 
Tel. 11454 
Riihimäki 

Riihlmden Autokumppanit ■ Konliontle 6 
Tel. 32751 

Riihlmden Ammattikoulu - Lasitehtaantia 6 
Tel. 32121 



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Rovaniami 

T.l''3s'5l°" ^"'"''"''* °y Kaniankalü 15 
Ruovasi 

Ruhalan Autohuolto • Ruhala • T«l. 27 

Soorijarvi 

Saarijdrven Auto • Tel. 225 
Salo 

T«!*'««**' '" ''''■«''*»®'"' Oy • Vilhonkafü 10 
Sovonlinna 

Sovonlinnan Konepaja ■ Kirkkokafu 1» 
T«l. 1767 
S«indjoki 

Seinäjoen Aufo Oy • llkanli« • T«l. 22377 
Somaro 

Autokorjaamo U. Virta • Tal. 45345 
Sotkomo 

Sotkamon Korjaomo Oy • Tal 1 26 
Suikava 

Sulkavan Invaliidian Amattioppilaitos 

Suonanjoki 

Suonenjoen Autoasennu. 
Hdnninen & Nyyisönen • Tal. 146 



Sakyl« 

Valiin Paja • Tal. 92 
Tammitaari 

Tammiauto Oy - Ekabil Ab • östarbv 

Tel. 11853 ' 

Tompara 

Auto-Kulma Oy • Jokikatu 8 • Tal. 28556 | 

Visakoivun Autokorjaamo • Tal. 90 
Turku 

Hämeentullin Autohuolto Hämaanlia 44 
Tel. 201 73 
Vaaaa 

Oy Vaasan Autotarvika Ab • Laturintia 2 
Tel. 14562 
Valkaakoeki 

Valkeakoiken Autotalo • Kirjaskalu 7 

Tel. 423 
Varkau* 

Kone ja Rengas • Relandarinkahi 88 

Tel. 3290 
Vilppula 

Vilppulan Autohuolto • Tel. 4330 
Vöyri 

Pollarj Reparationsverkstad • Vörd, Ldiax 
Tel. 381 






24, Faubourg da 



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Karte, map carte . cartina • kaart karta 



Importeur: Volkswagen France, S A 
PARIS 8e 
Tel. BALzac 5035 
Volkswa Paris 27067 



mapa 



21 



19, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Cable Volkswagen Paris • Telex 



Tel. 3-22 



AbMvilla (Somme) 

Esso Service Voltaire 

211, boulevard Voltaire 
Asan (Lot-et-Garonne) 

Te72o!65''*"'°* ' ''*' """ **' Belgique 
Aira-tur-la-Lyi (Pai-de-Calais) 
Station-Service Esso M. Fournier 
43. rue Nationale ■ Tel. 300 



17, boulevard Massiria 
16, avenue G6n4ral Tessier 



Ajaccio (Corse) 

Garage Massiria 

Tel. 15-96 
Albi (Tarn) 

Garage Courant 

Tel. 54-08-85 
Alan^on (Orne) 

Etablissements M. Lemollre 

8, avenue Wilson • Tel. 0-04 
Amiant (Somme) 

5°'"°8« P'-uvot ■ 2, place Joffre 

Tel. 91-48-63 
Angart (Maine-et-Loire) 

Garage du Mail • 4. avenue Pasteur 

Tel. 87-49-59 
AngoulCma (Charente) 

Annacy (Haute-Savoie) 

TeTTsS*"""** ^®' ''^•""" •*• ^•"*^' 
Annama«ta (Haute-Savoie) 

TeTsi* °'^*°* *' "'**" **• ''"*'«'-<'*-Villa 
Annonay (Ardicha) 

Garage des Civennes 

29, avenue de Stalingrad • Tel 6-69 
Arcochon (Gironde) Mr. Dupin 

Boulevard Mesirezat • Tel 22-13-28 
Argantauil (Seine et-Oi$e) 

Garage des Glaciires 

47 d 51, boulevard Galliini • Tel. 961-03-44 
Arra« (Pas-de-Calais) -"J-^ 

TeL^-M """°^''' ■ ^® '"■■• '■'""• ''• Bapaume 
AaniAra« (Seine) 

Inter Garage R6mond 

43 avenue d'Argentauil ■ Tel. GRE. 36-68 
Aurillac (Cantal) ^^ 

Etablissements Chauvet-RouziAres 

route de Conthe Tel. 14-78 
Avignon (Vaucluse) 

J:lTA%6^' '"""'°'' Est.enne-d-Orvas 
Baauvoit (Oise) 

?er Ts-tln"^* ■ '*• '"* **• «— «' 

Bargeroc (Dordogne) 

Etablissements J. Chartral 

13, place Gambefta ■ Tel. 13-61 
Baacn^on (Doubs) 

TeTwoS"" ^°*' """' •*• ^•"*""' 
B4thuna (Pas-de-Calais) 

Garage Delanssays 

44, rue du Faubourg-d'Arras 
Biarritz (Basses-Pyr4n«es) 

Paris-Biarritz-Automobile 

48, avenue du Mar«chal-Foch 
Bordeaux (Gironde) 

^P]«^J Garage • 76, rua Chevalier 

30 



Tal. 583 



Tal. 24*1 9-45 



Boulogna-tur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais) 

Garage de Capicure Masson P4re et Fils 

3, rue Saint-Vincent-de-Paul • Tel. 31-30-38 
Bourget (Cher) 

Garage Picault • 51, rue Jaan-BafTiar 

Tel. 5-36 
Brest (Finistire) 

Garage St-Chri$tophe 

16, rue Traverse-et-Neptuna ■ Tal. 44-20-16 
Briva (Corrize) 

International Garage 

18-23, avenue des Alli4s Tel. 24-15-29 
Caen (Calvados) 

Transac Auto • 17-23, rue de la Pigaciire 

Calais (Pas-de-Calais) 

Sociit« Garage J. Minne 229 bis, boulavord 

Victor-Hugo • Tel. 34-44-08 
Cannes (Alpes-Mantimes) 

Garage A. Gjas • 96-98, rua CI6manceau 

Tel. 39-38^61 
Caudry i/Nord) 

Ttl^'m '''■"'"^'** ■ ^^^' ''"* '^« Saint Quantin 
Chamber y (Savoio) 

Garage Paul Favre 6, avenue Jean-Jauris 
Tel. 34-06-92 
Chorleville (Ardennes) 

Borca et Filj • 63, boulevard Gambatta 
Tel. 32-23-01 
Chartlas (Ei/re-et-Loir) 

Etablissements Bertauts • 37. rua Nicola et I 
rue Carola • Tel. 416 
Chdteauroux (l'idre) 

R«parai>to • 11. rue P-L-Courler ■ Tal. 18-01 
Choumont (Haute-Marne) 

Garage Mariin 3. rue A-Blondal • Tal. 354 
Cherbourg (Manche) 

Etablissements Lucien Etienna • 10 d 12. avanue 
de Paris (8. Postale 65) • Tel. 22-19 
Clarmont-Ferrand (Puy-de-DAme) 
Garage des Facultas 17. avenue Carnof 
Tel. 23-89 
Colmar (Haut-Rhin) 
Rapid-Moto Ch. Dittal A Fils • 16. rua du Nord 
Tel. *7-15 
Compi^ne (Oise) 

Garage G«nart • 25. cours Guynamer • Tel. 992 

Oeouville (Calvados) 

Royal Garage (Mr. Griffen) Avenue de la 

Republique Tel. 88-21-79 
Douai Sin-Le-Noble (Nord) 

Sociiti Douaisienne Automobile 

170-174, avenue Salengro • Tel. 88-86-62 
Dunkerque Coudekerque-Branche (Nord) 

S.A.D.E.N.A. 24-28. rue Marceau 

Tel. 66-52-25 

Epinal-Golbey (Vosges) 

Auto Bourse • 41, rue de Lorraine 

Tel. 82-34-14/43-43 
Evreux (Eure) 

Grand Garage Victor-Hugo 8 bis. rue Victor- 
Hugo • Tel. 5-21 

Foix (Ariige) 

Garage Marhuenda 

Ledere Tel. 3-94 
Fontainebleau (Seme-et-Marne) 

Garage H. Devarenne • 3. ovenue du C4n6ral- 

de-Gaulle Tel. 931-37-69 



31 . avenue du Mar4chal- 



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Gap (Hautes-Alpes) 

Esso Service Escallier - 3, avenue d'Embrun 

Tel. 12-97 
Crenoble (isire) 

parage St-Christophe -11 et 13. quoi Claude- 

^ Brnard • Tel. 44-32-71 
jret (Crausc) 
arage Riboulet - 20. avenue de Bercy 

Tel. 115 
Joigny (Yonne) 

Grand Garage de Paris 

Paris Tel. 118 

Labouheyre (Landes) 

Etablissements Lafargua - Place du Foirail 
Tel. 41 
Laon (Aisne) 
Garage St-Marcel ■ 13, avenue Carnot 
Tel. 935 
La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime) 

Rhdne-Automobiles - 46, boulevard Andr4- 
Sautel Tel. 28-41-41 
Laval (Mayennc) 

Garage Patard • 36, rue de Paris • Tel. 90-17-58 
Le Havre (Seine-Maritime) 

Grand Garage Mar6chal Joffre ■ 93, rue 
I Lesueur - Tel. 42-36-84 
Le Mans (Sarthe) 

Garage Peronne-Hardonniire ■ 58. rue de 
Beifort Tel. 28-58-84 
Lens (Pas-de-Calais) 

Lens Auto - 26-28, route de B6thune ■ Tel. 469 
Le Puy (Haute-Loire) 

Garage Gouteyron - 28 bis, rue Vibert 
Tel. 509 
Le Raincy (Seine-et-Oise) 

Garoge du Progris - 41 , avenue de la Resistance 
Tel. 927-14-82 
(Lille) La Madeleine-Iez-Lille (Nord) 

Solidiam 111/113, avenue de la R^publique 
Limoges (Haute-Vienne) 

Garage Jourdan-M.J. Lemaitre • 23 cours 
Jourdan Tel. 32-84-85 
Lons-Ie-Saulnier (Jura) 

Auto Agence Thivenod • Place de la libert*- 
quai Thurel - Tel. 008 
Lyon (RhAne) 

Garage Excelsior ■ 162, cours Lafayette 
Tel. 60-54-53 

Mficon (Sadne-et-Loire) 

Garage Station CL. Meyer - 1, rue de la 
Ripublique Tel. 8-74 
Manosque (Basses-Pyrinies) 

Etablissements Plisson Route de Marseille 
Tel. 160 
Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhdne) 

Grand Garage Marceau - 66-68, avenue 
Camille-Pelletan Tel. 62-54-25 
Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) 

Garage Carnot 28, quai Sadi-Carnot 
Tel. 934-10-66/56 
Melun (Seine-et-Marne) 

Etablissements Louis Lucas • 7 et 9. route de 
Nangis Tel. 937-08-38 
Metz (Moselle) 

Garage Hubert et Fils • 68-72. rue Aux-Ar4nes 
Tel. 683-622/623 
Monaco (Principauti) 

Garage du Pont • 35. boulevard Rainier-Ill. 
Tel. 30-82-03 
Montargis (Loiret) 

Garage St. Christophe • 14. rue Jaan-Jaur*s 
Tel. 111 

Montauban (Tarn-et-Garonne) 

Monfauban Garage 11 et 13. faubourg 

Toulousain - Tel. 63-08-86 
Montlufon (Allier) 

Etablissements Rene Tollet • 44. boulevard du 

Courfais Tel. 22-11 
Montpellier (H6rault) 

Languedoc Automobile ■ 8, rue Dom-Voissette 

Tel. 72-65-56 
Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin) 

Garage E. Sitter 8, rue de la Doller 

Tel. 45-23-55 

Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle) 

Sonadiam • 81 , rue St-Georges 
Nantes (Loire-Atlanlique) 

M. Henri Matile ■ Grands Garages de Bretagne 

20, rue Racine Tel. 71-49-15/16 
Narbonne (Aude) 

Garage Fraisse • 36, boulevard Fr*d6ric- 

Mistral Tel. 6-31 
Nevers (NiAvre) 

Garage de Bourgogne M. Marabeti 21, rue de 

Mouüsse Tel. 61-25-64 
Nice (Alpes-Maritimes) 

Sociit* Miditerranienne Automobile 

2, rue Cronstadt Tel. 88-57-80 
NImes (Gard) 

Garage Carnot • 23, avenue Carnot 

Tel. 67-28-37 
(OrUans) Fleury-Ies-Aubrais (Loiret) 

Garage Pillon les Aydes 266, faubourg 

Bannier Tel. 87-43-63 ou 87-37-15 
Pomiers (Anige) 

Garage des Pyr4n6es M. Saez Route de Foix 

Tel. 208 



Paris-Neuilly-sur-Seine (Seine) 

Diffusion Automobile 164. avenue de Neuilly 

Tel. MAI 96-10 
Paris Sa 

Unimotor 31. rue de Bassono ■ Tel. BAL 07-40 

Paris IIa 

Garage Gambey • 21, rue Gambey, 32 avenue 
de la Ripubliqua • Tel. ROQ 75-48 

Paris t2e 

Etablissements Chauzy 203, rue de Bercv 
Tel. DOR 42-24 
Garage European • 124, boulevard Diderot 
Tel. NAT 32-76 
Paris 14a 

Grand Garage Coulmiers • 9. rua de Coulmiers 
Tel. BLO 49-22 
Paris tSe 

Unimotor 67, boulevard Brune 
Tel. VAU 50-60 

Etablissement» Jacques Meyer • 10, rum 
St-Charles Tel. VAU 15-95 
Paris 16e 
Garage Rond-Point-de-Passy • 5, rue de la 
Tour Tel. TRO 06-04 
Paris 17e 

Garage Saussure Gardinet • 75, rv de 
Saussure • Tel. MAC 38-38 
Paris 18e 

Garage Lamarck 94, rue Lamorck 
Tel. MON 42-87 

Montmartre Garage • 5-7, rue Oancourt 
Tel. MON 42-93 
Paris 20e 
Unimotor 105, cours de Vincennes 
Tel. DID 86-82 
Pau (Basses-Pyr4n6es) 

Garage d'Ossau • 10. avenue J. Mermoz 
Tel. 27-78-57 
P4rigueux (Dordogne) 

Garage J. Lagarde • 20. cours de Montaigne 
Tel. 53-36-34 
Perpignon (Pvrinies-Orientoles) 

Garage Monopole ■ 24 bis, c,iu>.c d; <~ntaloghe 
Tel. 21-59 
Plessis-Chenet (Seine-*f-Oise) 
Huwart et Cie Route Nationale 7 
Tel. 51-18 Corbeil 
Poitiers (Vienne) 

Garage R. Buchet • 146, avenue de Bordeaux 
Tel. 41-12-77 

Reims (Marne) 

Garage Maser« ■ 193 bis. rue Jean-Jauris 

Tel. 47-62-51 et 48-39 
Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine) 

Garage du Centre 77, boulevard de la Tour 

D'Auvergne Tel. 40-08-74 
Roanne-Ie-Coteau (Loire) 

Garage de la Route Bleue ■ 194, avenue de la 

Libiration Tel. 71-41-43 
Rodez (Aveyron) 

Etablissements Besset ■ 1, avenue Durand de 

Gros Tel. 670 
Rouen (Seine-Maritime) 

Auto Hall Rouen • 8, rue de Tanger 

Tel. 71-40-50 
Royan (Charente-Maritime) 

Garage Ocianic - 50, avenue de la Grande- 

Conche Tel. 462 

Sauyeterre-de-Guyenne (Gironde) 

M. Meyran Yves Rue Saubofte Tel. 53 
Sainl-Denis (Seine) 

Soclit4 des Garages Palace - 19-23, rue 

Gabriel-P*ri Tel. PLA 49-91 
Saint-Etienne (Loire) 

Garage Daguerre ■ 35, rue Daguerre 

Tel. 32-37-66 
Saint-Germain-en-Laye (Seine-et-Oise) 

Garage Ampere • 21, rue Ampire 

Tel. 963-02-80 
Saint-Girons (Anige) 

Sl6 Girons J. M. Cou • 1, avenue de St-Lizier 

Tel. 259 
S«le (Hirault) 

Grond Garage du Centre - 15, quai du 

Marcchol de Lattre Tel. 010 
Strotbourg-Neudorf (Bas-Rhin) 

Grand Garage du Polygone ■ 25, route da 

Colmar Tel. 34-02-35 

Tarbes (Hautes-Pyrenies) 

Garage du Martinet - rue du Mortinet 

Tel. 15-83 
Toulon (Vor) 

Garage Azur - 5, avenue F.-Cuzin 

Tel 92-25-22 
Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) 

Garage Jour et Nuit ■ 37 bis, avenue Honord- 

Serres Tel. 22-88-92 
Tourcoing (Nord) 

Etablissements Beulque et Cie - 20. rue du 

Tilleul Tel. 74-79-36 
Tours (Indre-et-Loire) 

Garage Gaillard - 7. avenue G.-Sand 

Tel 53-69-80 
Troyes (Aube) 

Garage A. France ■ 8-10. avenue A. -France 

Tel. 43-27-42 

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Valenc« (Bourg-l«.Valene«) (DrÄme) 
Garage Jean Jaur^t 57, avanue J«an-Jour*s 
Tal. 43-01 -04 

Valencianne« (Nord) 

Marty et LecourI • 10, boulavard Soly 
Tal. 46-30-63 ou 46-34-71 



Vannet (Morbihan) 
Garage Thaumur 
Tel. 66-26-17 



27, rua Oliviar da Cliston 



Vardun (Mcusa) 

Garage des Capucins 

Tel. 4-53 
Vichy (Alliar) 

Majastic Garage - 47, 

62, boulevard Carnoi 
Vianne (Isire) 

Garage Cavalier • 6, boulevard de la 

R6publique ■ Tel. 85-02-14 
Vill«neuva^ur-Lol (Lot-el-Garonne) 

Garage C. Limes ■ 9, rua Gambetta • 



8, rua Loui-Maury 



ovenuc das C6lastins 
Tel. 20-72 




Tel. 419 



GIBRALTAR 



Karte map ■ carte cartino kaart - karta 



Importeur: Rock Motors Ltd. • 
GIBRALTAR 
Tel. 3246 • Gable 



mapa 



20 



P. O. Box No. 5 Devil's Tongue. Waterport 
Folkcar Gibraltar 



GRIECHENLAND 



Karte ■ map carte cartina • kaart • karta • mapa 
E. • Leoforos Syngrou 226 



Importeur: Panas Brothers & Co O 
ATHENAI 
Tel. 962-255, 962-256 • Gable Pifipanas Athen 

Hilfsstelle / Emergency Service Point / Station Auxilioira 



23 



Agrinion 

Va$. Th. Papageorgiou • Odos Trikoupi 
& Popafofi • Tel. 5-85 
Alexandrüpolis 

St. Penia • Odos Konstantinos Palaiologou 2 
Tel. 5-20 
Athenai 

Panas Brothers & Co., O.E. 
Leoforos Syngrou 226 • Tel. 962-255, 962-256 
Athenai 2 

P. Tangalakls S.A. ■ lera Odos 64 
Tel. 562-482. 564-124 
Joonnina 

M. Tsouvalidis-Em. Kalogerakis • Tal. 6-08 
Kalämai (Kolamata) 
Vassilios N. Boras ■ Odos Steniklarou 12 
Tel. 3-93 
Kabdlo (Kavala)* 
J. Zacharias & Co. ■ Odos El. Venizelou 124 
Tel. 96-82 
K6rkyra (Corfu) 

D. S. Padovas • Odos Samara 4 • Tel. 7-01 
Körinthot 

D. I. Yiannimaras Odos Theotoki 14 
Tel. 5-06 
Kreto/Ctionid* 
Steph. Baxevanis ■ Odos Koroneou 15 
Tel. 5-23 



Kreta/Har6klaion* 

Georg. Metaxas • Platia Eleftherias • Tel. 7-61 
L6ri»a 

G. I. Yannakopoulos ■ Odos Vassileos 

Konstantinou 90 Tel. 6755 
Lesboi/Mytil4na* 

Pan. Doukarellis • Tal. 5-77 
Nöfplion (Nauplia) 

Spyros N. Tsipokas ■ Odos Argos-Ndfplion 2 

Tel. 2-84 
Pötrai (Patrae) 

Giordamelis & Kyritsopulos 

Odos Patras-Pyrgos 126 Tel. 52-46 
R6dot* 

Eust. I. Vassilakis • Odos Papagou 10 

Tel. 81-06, 82-82 

Sparta 

Fotios Kannellakos • Odos Hamaretu 7 • Tel. 6-32 
Thetsalonike (Saloniki) 

Etea G.m.b.H. • Odos Vassilissis Olgas 20 

Tel. 81-506 
Trikala 

If. Gounoropoulos • Odos Vassileos 

Konstantinou 

Völo«* 

Nik. Sossidis 



Odos 36. N» 23 • Tal. 4-44 



GROSSBRITANNIEN 



Karte map carte cartina kaart karta mapa 



3 



Importeur: ^W^Motors Ltd. • Lord's Gourt. 32/34. St. John's Wood Road 

Tel. GUNningham 8000 ■ Gable Veemoto London 
Telex 23349 



Abardean 

Rosehill Garage ■ 94 Hilfon Driva 

Tel. Aberdeen 43327 
Abargavanny 

Graham Wath Lfd. • LIanfoist, Mons. 

Tel. Abergavenny 275 
Abridge 

Abridge Engineering Co., Ltd. • Market Square 

Abridge, Essex ■ Tel. Theydon Bois 2077 
Aintrae 

See Liverpool 
Alfraton 

Speeds of Alfreton Ltd. 59/61 King Street 

Alfreton. Derbys Tel. Alfreton 489 
Amaretionri 

Haiell's Garage • Chesham Road. Bucks. 
Tel. Amersham 1277 
Arnold 

Hutchinson Bros. (Motors) Lfd. ■ Nr. Arnold 
Notts. • Tel. Nottingham 26-7806 
At>«ford* 

European Cars(Stainas) Ltd. • 5 54, London 
Road. Middx. • Tel. Ashford 3671/2 
Aetiwall 

Ashwell Motors Ltd. • Nr. Oakham. Rutland 

Tel. Ashwell 53 
Ayleebury 

Keilh Garages Ltd. • Bicastar Road. Bucks. 

Tel. Aylesbury 34 34/5 
Ayr 

Burns Statue Garage • Burns Statua Square 
Scotland Tel. Ayr 633 38 
Ballygawtey 
James Loughran & Sons • Main Siraat, Bally- 
gawley, Co. Tyrone. N. Ireland 
Tel. Ballygawley 225 

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Ballymena 

R. G. McBurney • The Bridge, Co. Anirim. 

Tel. BaMymena 2268 
Banbury 

Sewelis Garage ■ West Bar, Oxon 

Tel. Banbury 2419 
Barnslay 

R. Barkby & Sons Ltd., Redbrook Service Station 

Huddersfield Road • Tel. Barnsley 3855 
Borrow-in-Furnees 

Cameron & Maddrick, The Central Garage 

120-126 Rawlinson Street, Lancs. • Tel. Barrow- 

in-Furness 1245 

Barton Saagrava 

Barton Seagrave Service Station 153 Barton 

Rd., Northants. • Tal. Kettaring 2380 
Boaingttoka 

Turgis Green Motor Co. Ltd. • Turgis Green, 

Hants. • Tel. Turgis Green 267 
Both 

Sims & Son Lfd. • London Road, Somerset 

Tal. Bath 5045 

Bathgala 

J. A. Dickson A 
Whitburn Road, 
Lothion 432 

Balfatt 

Isaac Agnew, Lfd. • 63 Chichester Street, 
Ireland ■ Tel. Belfast 21477/8, 26768 
• O'Honlon's Service Station ■ Andarsonstown, 
N. Ireland • Tel. Belfast 30804 

Barkitamttaad 

M. E. Motors 286-290 High Straat. Harts. 
Tal. Barkhamstaod 823 & 2185 



Co. Ltd, Birniahill Garage 
West Lothian • Tel. West 



N. 



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I 



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B«rwick-on-Twa«d 

Allans Garage (Peter Spellman Ltd.) • Main 
Street, Sptftal, Northumberland 
Tel. Berwick 214 
[igglaewada 

A. Jordan, Ltd. • Ivan Works, Beds. 
il. Biggleswade 2265 
■kenttaad 

Lawrence McCann, Ltd. John Straat, Wood- 
side, Cheshire • Tal. Birkenhead 3416 
Birnningtiam 5 

Smithfield Garage, Ltd. - Oigbeth 
Tel. Birmingham Midland 4577/9 
Birmingham 
Carol's Garage • 819 Wolverhampfon Road 
Causeway Green, Oldbury (Nr. Birmingham). 
Worcs. • Tel Broadwell 2825 

IBishop's Stortford 
Frank Bull's Garage, Lfd. ■ London Road. 
Herts. • Tel. Bishop's Stortford 1616 
Blackburn 
Feniscowles Garage Co. Ltd., P.O. Garage 
Feniscowles, Lancs. Tel. Blackburn 21107 
Blackpool 

Harrowside Motors (Blackpool) Ltd. • Harrow- 
side, South Shore, Lancs. Tel. Blackpool South 
Shore 41157 
Blyth 

Blyth Ferry Garage Ltd .■ Hodgsons Road • Tel. 

Bognor Regit 

A. J. Barneft. Empire Garage • 126 Felpham 
Way, Felpham. Susi« • Tel. Middleton-on-Sea 
j1 o5 
Bolton 
Hulton Motors Ltd. • St. Helen's Road, Lancs 
Tel. Bolton 4723 
Boston 

London Road Garage (Boston) Ltd. 200 London 
Road, Lines. Tel. Boston 3293/4 
Austin Munks • Leverton, Boston Lines 
Tel. Old Leake 226 
Bourna End-on-Thame« 

Bourne End Motors Ltd. • Marlow Road, Bucks 
Tel. Bourne End 400 
Bournamouth 
Modern Light Cars (Bournemouth) Ltd 
318/3 20 Holdenhurst Road, Hants. • Tal. Bos- 
combe 33304 
Brodford i 

B. Waterhouse & Sons, Ltd. • 1 07 Manningham 
Lane, Yorks. Tel. Bradford 27291 
Braeted 
Wolfe Garage, Westerham Sarvicing Station 
Lfd., Kent • Tel. Brasted 468 
Braunton 
Braunton Motor Co. Lfd. ■ West Gross, North 
Devon. • Tel. Braunfon 295 
Bridgnorth 

H. Robinson & Co. • Newmarkef Buildings 
Listley Street, Shropshire ■ Tel. Bridgnorth 3270 
Bridgwater 
Vearncombe's Motors Bristol Rd. & Union St 
Tel. Bridgwater 41 01 (Sales), 29 42 (Stores & 
Works) 
Bridlington 

Trenery's Central Garage Ltd. • Hilderthorpe 
Road. Bridlington. Yorks. • Tel. Bridlington 5754 
Brighton 

Prestwich (Hove) Ltd. Goidsfone Lane, Hove 
Sussex Tel. Hove 34037/8, 32893 • St. John's 
Road. Hove, 3, Sussex 

G. H.M.Motors (Brighton) Ltd. 73-74, Presfon 
Street, Sussex Tel. Brighton 21960 
Bristol 6 

Luccombe Garages Lid. ■ 60/62 Lower Redland 

Road, Redland ■ Tel. Bristol 37406 
Bristol 8 

Coventry & Jeffs, Ltd. 52 Whiteladies Rd. 

Tel. Bristol 3-7076 
Bristol 4 

H. S. P. Motor Co. • 33 Redcatch Road, Knowle 

Tel. Bristol 76592 
Bromlay 

Norman Hall Ltd., Blyth Road Garages • Brom- 

ley, Kent Tel. Ravensbourne 2583 
Broxbourne 

Mansfield Autos Ltd., New River Service 

Station High Road, Broxbourne, Hert« • Tel 

Hoddesdon 4567 
Burnlay 

Bank Top Motor House Ltd. • Railway Street 

Lancs. Tel. Burnley 3222 

Burton-on-Trant 

The Clock Garage Woodville, Derbyshire 
Tel. Swadlingcote 7232 
Bury 

T. Schofield Son & Co. (Bury) Ltd., Schofield 

S/l'"?''/'..'!^?"'*"*"'" ''°<"^' ^"'■y' Lancs. ■ Tal. 
Whifefield 2404/3844 



The Square, Cornwoll 



Combourne 

f Simpsons Motors Ltd. 
Tel. Cambourne 3201 
Cambridge 

Birchs Garage 49-51 Victoria Rd. • Tal. 
Cambridge 50589 



Lane. 



Street 
Leigh 



Cleobury 



85 Eait 



I 



Cannock 

f.!« ^♦«'■.^»'■»fl« Watling Street. Hatherton. 
Stoffs, Tel. Cannock 2247/8 
Cardifr 

J. BL (Treharris) Ltd. -119 City Road. Glam 
S. Wales Tel. Cardiff 20311/2 
Corlisla 

LighHoots Garage Ltd. Lowther Siraat 

Cumberland Tel. Carlisle 22022 
Carmarthen 

Edwards Garages (Carmarthen) Ltd. ■ Pensarn 

Road Tel. Carmarthen 6694 
Chaadia 

C. W. Milk & Sons Ltd., Royal Garage • Wilms- 

low Road, Cheshire Tel. Gatley 2277 
Chaam (North) 

Langley Garage (Cheam) Ltd. 681 London 

Koad, Surrey • Tel. Derwent 1544 
Chelmsford 

J^!.^t.''"^A*^f"■°"" (Chelmsford) Ltd. Spring, 
field. Nr. Chelmsford, Essex ■ Tel. Boreham 315 
Cneltanham 

b!!°aT^ Kings Garage Ltd. ■ Cirencester 
Road, Charlton Kings, Glos. • Tel. Cheltenham 

Chartsay 

Weir Lodge Garage Ltd. • Bridge Road. Surrey 

Tel. Chertsey 2047 
Chestarfiald 

G. Lamb Regent Gorage • Pottery 

Whittington Moor, Derbyshire 

Tel. Chesterfield 5346 
Chorlay 

Chorley Auto Co. Ltd. • 43-45 Bolton 

Tel. Showroom Chorley 2279, Service 

Row Chorley 3326 
Cirencester 

Regent Garage • Victoria Road, Gloucestershire 
Tel. Cirencester 460 
Clacton-on-Seo 

Pavilion Gorase (Clacton) Ltd. • Pallister Road 
Essex Tel Clacton-on-Sea 537 
Clarborough 

Premier Garage (Clarborouyl,; Lff* • Nr Ret- 
ford, Notts. TeL Rerford 2274 (Sales), 21 19 
(Service) ' 

Cleobury Mortimer 

Mawley Oak Garage Salop • Tel 
Mortimer 207 
Colchester 

Service Garages (South Eastern) Ltd. 
Hill, Essex Tel. Colchester 77665 
Coieraine 

W. G. Weir A Son, Millbourn Garage • County 
Derry, N. Ireland • Tel. Coieraine 2931 
Cookstown 

Darragh & Maynes Sweep Road, County 
Tyrone, N. Ireland • Tel. Cookstown 21 50 
Coventry 

Bijhopigale Garage • 105-113 Foleshill Road 
Coventry, Warwickshire ■ Tel. Coventry 28412 
Cronham 

Grand Prix Garages, Ltd. • 38/40 Front Lane 
Cranham, Essex Tel. Upminster 80/6114/5 
Crowley 

Pound Hill Gorage • Pound Hill, Sussex 
Tel. Pound Hill 21 53 
Crewe 

J. W. Grocott & Son, Wistaston Garage Nant- 
wich Road, Wistaston, Cheshire 
Tel, Crewe 2580 
Crowborough 

V. F. M. Motors Ltd. Croft Road. Sussex 
Tel. Crowborough 3388 
Croydon South 

Harmer Cor Sales. Ltd. 444/6/8 Brighton Road 
Surrey Tel. Bywood 1366 
Croydon West 

Donald Vince & Co. Ltd. Kidderminster Road 
Surrey Tel. Croydon 5775, 9546 
Darlington 

Darlington Cor Mart Tubwell Row. Co 
Durham Tel. Darlington 4320 
Dortford 

H. E. Drake Ltd., Princej Road Garage 709 
Princes Road. Dartford. Kent Tel. Dortford 
A* 69 
Deal 

Handfords Motors (Deal) Ltd. 1 43 High Street 

Kent Tel. Dover 1 99 
Denhom 

Denham Motor Saaies Ltd. Oxford Road 

Bucks. Tel. Denham 26 78 

Blue Star Garages, Ltd. • Oxford Road, Bucks. 

Tel. Uxbridge 3560 
Derby 

Kays (Derby) Ltd. 

Tel Derby 40681/4 

Greaves & Welch 

Tel. Derby 48318 
Dewsbury 

Stan Grlffilhs (Dewsbury) Ltd., Senlinel Gorage 

Huddersfield Rd., Ravensthorpe Tel. Dewsbury 

34 40 
Doncaster 

C. Gray (Garages) Ltd., Royal Blue Garage 

York Road. Yorks. Tel. Doncaster 61348 

(day), 56062 (night) 

33 



Ashbourne Road 
Calhedral Road 



Douglas I.O.M, 

HamiH's Garage, Lfd. Derby Square 
Tel. Douglas 2189 
Oumfriat 

Rosefield Garage, Lid. ■ Troqueer Road, Scot- 
land Tel Dumfrie» 11*2 
Dundee 

S. M. T, Salej & Service Co.. Ltd. • Lochee Road 
Scotland Tel. Dundee 26521 
Dunganoon 
M. Rice Borrack Street, Co. Tyrone, N. Irelond 
Tel. Dungannon 2369 
Ounfermline 

Loudon Cox Motors, Ltd. • Main Sireet, Cairney 
Hill, Fifeshire Tel. Newmills, Fife 3 44 
Eattbourne 

Burnups Lfd. Mead Street, Sussex 
Tel. Eastbourne 3323 
Eact Grintleod 

Sargent & Brooker (North End) Ltd. • 79/81 
London Road, Feibridge, East Grinstead 
Tel. East Grinstead 696 
Edinburgh 

Croall & Croall 1 York Lane 
Tel. Edinburgh, Waverley 5591 
Elgin 

James Hawco • 44 Blackfriars Rood 
Tel. Elgin 2792 
Enfield 
The Alpine Motor Co. • 127-137 South Street. 
Ponders End, Middx. 
Enniskillen 

W. A. Ellioft ■ Sligo Road, Co. Fermanagh 
Tel. Enniskillen 2304 
Eveshom* 

Black & White Garages (Harvingfon) Ltd. 
Harvingfon, Worcs. • Tel. Horvington 331, 231, 
416 
Exeter 

Long Bros. Motors (Exeter) Ltd. 84 Sidwell 
Street, Devon ■ Tel. Exeter 75055 
Faldingworth 

S. L. Green (Faldingworth) Ltd., The Garage 
Market Rasen, Lines. Tel. Wickenby 225 
Faikirk 

Blackadder Motors, County Garage • High 
Station Road, Scotland • Tel. Falkirk 235 
Falmouth 

Pollards Garage (Falmouth) Ltd. • Draceana 
Avenue. Cornwall ■ Tel. Falmouth 283 
Fornborough 

Morgan Rees Motors Ltd. • 93-97 Park Road, 
Hanfs. • Tel. Fornborough 1947 
Farnham 

Barnett & Small, Lfd. West Street, Surrey 
Tel. Farnham 5616 
Folkettone 

C. L. & H. L. Blundell, Ltd. • Chriitchurch Road, 
Kenf Tel. Folkestone 51988 
Fordingbridge 

Blue Star Garages, Lfd. • Hanfs. 
Tel. Fordingbndge 20 
Gaerwen 
T. A. Milburn & Son, Star Garage ■ Anglesey 
Tel. Llanfairpwll 49 
Gateshead-on-Tyne 

Auto Body Service Co. Lfd. • 67-81 West Sireef, 
Co. Durham Tel. Gateshead 71087 
Redheugh Motor Co. • Redheugh Rd., Co. 
Durham Tel. Gateshead 73297-8-9 
Glotgow C.2 

Cameron & Campbell, Lfd. ■ 171-181 Bothwell 
Street Tel. Central 4121/3 
Glasgow C.3 



Bell Bros. (HP.) Lfd. 

Tel. Douglas 6414 
Gloucetter 

Central Motors Bell Lane ■ Tel. Gloucesfer 

2 29 76 
Grayt 

Vogtland Motors Lfd. 

Tel. Grays Thurrock 3744 & 3746' 
Great Yarmoulh 

Economic Motor & Eng. Co. • 31 Caister Road 

Norfolk Tel. Gf. Yormouth 3356 
Great Witley 

Arthur Moore & Sons, Central Garage • Worc« 

Tel. Great Witley 202 
Greenock 

Seabank Garage Lfd. • 27 Johnstone Street 

Scotland Tel. Greenock 22778 
Grimsby 

Dolan's Garage, Ltd. • 33 Louth Rd.. Lines. 

Tel. Gnmsby 71 68 
Guernsey C.l. 

J^ackson's Garage Lower Pollet and North 



223 St. George's Road 



Dock Road, Essex 



Tel. Central 2019 



Hole. 



Esplanade. St. Peter Port 
Haie 

Bancroft Motors Bancroff Road, 

Cheshire Tel. Ringway 34 30 
Halifax 

Whife-Lee Garage Lfd. • Burnley Road Myfholm- 

royd Hallfax Tel. Caler Valley 3006 
Hamilton 

Ferguson's (Hamilton) Garage • Miller Sfreel, 

Lanarks Tel. Hamilton 388 (night), Hamilton 

99 (day) 

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Harlaxton 
Harlaxton Motors. West End Garage • Nr 
Grantham, Lines. • Tel. Grantham 1311 
Harvingfon 

See Evesham 
Hastings 

See St. Leonards 
Hauxion 
H. C. (Jack) Frost, Hauxton Garage • Hauxton^ 
Cambs. Tel. Harston 213 
Haverfordwcst 
R. H. Noott, Tan Bank Garage • Prenderaast 
Pembs. Tel. 577 ' ' 

Hawick 
Thornwood Motors Ltd. • Weensland Road 
Roxburghshire ■ Tel. Hawick 3211 
Hayfield 
Hallam Bros. • New Mills Road, Oerbyshire 
Tel. New Mills 3266 
Hemingford Abbotts 

Lion Garoge Cambs. ■ Tel. St. Ives 3240 
Henley-on-Thamea 

Ray Sargeant Ltd. 58 Reading Road. Oxon 
Tel. Henley 902 
Hereford 

Bengry Motors • Edgar Street, Herefords 
Tel. Hereford 4899 
Kessle (Nr. Hüll) 

Green Arrow Garage Ltd. ■ 1 Boofhferry Road 
East Yorks. • Tel. Hessle 621 24/5 
Hexham-on-Tyne 

Wilson & Voss, Ltd., Station Garage 
Norfhumberland ■ Tel. Hexham 179 
High Wycomba 
Gordon Motors • Gordon Rd., Bucks 
Tel. H. Wycombe 753 
Hillingdon 
Griffin Motors (Uxbridge) • Uxbridge Road 
Middx. • Tel. Uxbridge 8331 
Hinckley 
Johnsons Garage (Hinckley) Lfd. • Upper Bond 
Street, Hinckley, Leicestershire • 
Tel. Hinckley 3934 
Houndslow 
B. R. M. Houndslow • London Road, Houndslow 
Middx. 
Hove 

See Brighton 
Huddersfield 

Hebble Auto Services Bradford Road, Yorks 
Tel. Huddersfield 5840/2 



I 

Bridge Motor Works (Leicester) Ltd. Abbey 
Lane Tel. Leicester 61978, 61241 



^ Lane 
■.•igh 

^g^ New 

««^pSeng 



Street, Co. Derry 



Rail- 



Road, Co. 



Warbreck 



I 



Albany Street 



63 Shoot-up 



llford 

Loxford's Service Garage llford Lane. Essex 

Tel. llford 3155 
llkeston 

llkesfon School of Moforing and Service Garage 

Heanor Road, Derbyshire Tel. llkeston 1033 
Inverness 

McKay's Garage & Agriculfural Co. Ltd. 

Harbour Road, Longman Tel. Inverness 30777 
Ipswich 

McNamara Motors Ltd. • St. Helen's Street 

Suffolk Tel. Ipswich 56363 

Jorrow-on-Tyne 

The York Avenue Garage • Leam Lane, 
Norfhumbenond Tel. Jarrow 89 77 57 
Jersey C.l. 

Jackson's Garage • 60-63 Esplanade, St. Heller 
Tel. Jersey Central 20281/2/3 
Keighley 

Midgley Brothers, Corn Mills Garage • Ingrow 
York • Te'. Keighley 7034 
Kendal 

Parker & Parker, Ltd. Longpool, Westmorland 
Tel. Kendal 167 
Kilkeel 
Michael Trainer Newry Street, Kilkeel. Co. 
Down, N. Irelond • Tel. Kilkeel 247 
Kilmarnock 

McFarlane & White • 25 Dean Street, Ayrshire. 
Scotland Tel. Kilmarnock 390 
Kingsbridge 

Autoservices Lfd. (Kingsbridge) ■ Church Sireet, 
Devon Tel. Kingsbridge 2344 
King's Lynn 

Peter Guest Lfd. 123 WooMon Road, Norfolk 
Tel. Kings Lynn 41 29 
Kinross 

George Baxter, Peatknowe Eng. Works, 
Milnafhort, Scotland • Tel. Kinross 2153 
Kirkwall 

Peter F. Thomson • West Tankerness Lane. 
Orkney • Tel. Kirkwall 412 
Lanark 
John T. Reid (Lanark) Ltd., Loch Garage 
178 Hyndford Road. Scotland • Tel. Lanark 1 74 
Leamington Spa 

Beauchamp Motors ■ 71 Warwick Street, 
Warwickshire. Leamington Spa 480 
Leeds I 

Frank H. Dutson Lfd. • 133 Albion Sireet actd ol 
9-11 Gross Harrison Street (Service) 
Tel. Leeds 25822 and 311 51/3 
Leeds 2 

Moorfown Motors Ltd. • Regent Streel 
Tel. Leeds 31894/6 



Newiands Motor Company (Leigh) Ltd 
'^ ay Road, Lanes. • Tel. Leigh 73171-2 

Iminstar 
„engry Bros. Burgess Street, Herefordshire 
Tel. Leominster 2337 
Lincoln 

F. K. Sharpe Ltd. • 233 Newark Rood, Lincoln. 
Tel. Lincoln 20091 
Lieburn 

Stanley Hewitt & Co. - Dublin 
Antrim - Tel. Lisburn 3588 
Liverpool 9 

Liggeft's Aintree Institute Garage 
Moor. Aintree • Tel. Aintree 2935 
Liverpool 7 

Cheshire Bros. Ltd. Myrtle Streel 
Tel. Liverpool Royal 6534 
Liverpool 23 
Tom England & Sons Ltd. • Moor Lane, Thorn- 
ton Tel. Great Crossby 3560 & 7734 
LIanidloe« 

Border Garage (Trefeglwys) Ltd. • LIanidloes, 
Montgomeryshire Tel. Trefeglwys 212 
London 

VW MOTORS LIMITED (Concessionaires for 
Ihe United Kingdom). 

Central Sales Dept. & Administration: Lord's 
Court. 32/34 St. John's Wood Road, London 
N. W. 8 Tel. Cunningham 8000 
Service & Retail Spares Dept.: 46/52 Lodge 
Road, London, N.W. 8 • Tel. Cunningham 8000 
Industrial Engine Dept.: 46/52 Lodge Road 
London, N.W. 8 Tel. Cunningham 8000 
West End Showrooms: 34 Dover Streel W1 
Tel. Hyde Park 1881 

Main Works Depot & Retail Spare Parts- 
259 Plaistow Road, Plaisfow, London EIS 
Tel Maryland 7661/5 
London, N.W. 1 

Nash Concessionaires Lfd. ■ 
Tel. Eusfon 5558/9 
London. N.W. 2 

Cricklewood Automobile Co. 
Hill ' Tel. Gladsfone 4803 
London, N.W. 3 

Walter Scott Motor Co. Ltd. • 39 College 
Creseenf, Hampstead ■ Tsl. Primrose 4466 
London, N.W. 9 

Cole A Kirby Ltd., "584" Garage ■ Kingsbury 
Circle ■ Tel. Wordsworth 8821 
London, N. 8 

Hornsey Motor Co. Ltd. • 61 Tottenham Lane. 
Tel. Mountview 1422 
London, N. 12 

Met-a-Met (Finchley) Ltd. ■ 232 Woodhouse 
Road Tel. Enterprise 6366 
London. N. 16 

Hawksley Court Garage 172 Albion Road, 
Sfoke Newingfon Tel. Clissold 8604-5-6 
London. W. 4 

S. E. Thomas & Co. 120 Cranbrook Road, 
Chiswick • Tel. Chiswick 0952 
London, W.13 

Wifcher & Son ■ Laybourne Avenue, Northfields 
Avenue, Ealing • Tel. Ealing 1269 
London, S.W.7 

European Cars, Ltd. 129 Old Brompton Road 
Tel. Fremantle 7711 
London. S.W.9 

Parkinson & Bushe, Ltd., Parkebushe House, 
424 Clapham Road • Tel. Macaulay 3149 
(Showroom); Reliance 7324 (Service) 
London, S.W.tO 

V. & F. Monaco Motors (Sales) Lfd. 363 Fulham 
Road Tel. Flaxman 4536 
London, S.W.12 

Kiddey's Garage • 21a Harberson Road, 
Balham Tel. Balham 2531, 4987 
London, S.W.19 

Elm Auto Sales, Lfd. 66-68 Hartfield Road, 
Wimbledon Tel. Cherrywood 1615 Service 
at: Elm Grove Worple Road, S.W.19 
Tel. Wimbledon 0472/4825 
London. S.E.1 

F. C. Purser, Ltd. 434-440 Old Kenf Road 
Tel. Bermondsey 31 34/5/6 
London, S.E.20 

Milo Engineering Works, Ltd. 59/61 Croydon 
Rd . Penge Tel. Sydenham 8981 
London, S.E.13 

Simpson (Lee) Garages Lee High Road, 
Lewisham Tel. Lee Green 7507 
London, E.1 

Modern Motors (Shoredifch) Lfd 



201 Shore- 



Tel. Bishopsgate 2787 



ditch High Street 
London, E.tO 

Markhouse Corner Garage ■ 375 Church Road. 

Leyfon Tel. Leytonstone 2741 
London. E.11 

Tnn* '^°'°'" Exchange (Leytonstone) Ltd. 
703-713 High Road, Leytonstone • Tel. Leyton- 
stone 6441 



Londonderry 

Fred McCullagh • 18 John 
Tel. Londonderry 2748 

Long Eaton 

Highfield Garage (Long Eaton) Ltd. • 201 Colleae 
Street, Notts. Tel. Long Eaton 394 

Loughborough 

Loughborough Auto-Services Ltd. • Pinfold 
Gate Service Station Tel. Loughborough 5272 

Louth 

Loveday & Bennet • Burwell. Lines. 

Tel. Swaby 234 
Lowestoft, South 

Simpson's Garage (Lowestoft) Lfd. Carlton 

Road Tel. Lowestoft 583 
Luton 

Lyndhurst Motors Ltd.. Kingsway Garage 

391 Dunstable Road, Beds. Tel. Lufon 51255 
Lymington 

Willis & Partners, Emsworth Road Garage 

Emsworfh Road, Hanfs. Tel, Lymington 23 56 

Moidenheod 

Skindle's Garages, Ltd. • Moidenheod Bridge 
Berks. Tel. Moidenheod 886, 1504 
Moidstona 

Maidstone Cor Sales • 66 Ashford Road, Kenf 
Tel. Maidsfone 2744 
Malvern 

Richmond Garages (Malvern) Lfd. Court Road 
Malvern, Worcs. • Tel. Malvern 600 
Manchester 1] 

William Arnold, Ltd. Upper Brook Street 
Tel. Ardwiek 4361/7 
Mansfield 

Central Motors (Mansfield) Lfd. 95 NoWing. 
ham Road, Notts. ■ Tel. Mansfield 51 35 
Manslon 
Manston Court Garage Ltd. • Kent 
Tel. Manston 236 
Market Rasen 

See Faldingworth 
Matlock 

Farmers Garage Ltd. Si ,cd':-/ ^«reet and 
Wellington Street Garage, Derbyshire 
Tel. Matlock 1 03 ♦ ' 

Melton Mowbray 

Leicester Road Garage • Leicestershire 
Tel. Melton Mowbray 2232 
Middlesbrough 

Roseberry Service Station • 1 Acklam Road, 
Yorks. Tel. Middlesbrough 87683 
Milngavie 

T. S. Liddell, Lfd., Fairview Garage • Dum- 
barfon Tel. Milngavie 1236 
Mold 

Benn's Motors • Flintshire, N. Wales 
Tel. Mold 1 78 
Monkseaton 

Auto Services (Monkseaton) Lfd. • Cloremonf 
Road, Norfhumberland • Tel. Whiflev Bov 
2-5909 ' " 

Morecambe 

S. Hodgson & Sons (Morecambe), Lfd. • Thorn- 
ton Rood, Lanes. • Tel. Morecambe 21 53/4 



Lincoln Road, Newark, 
Tel. Newark 2437 



Pembroke Rd. 



Hasseil 



Newark 

Bridge Garage 
Notfing hamshire 
Newbury 
Central Newbury Motors Ltd. 
Tel. Newsbury 683 
Newcastle-under-Lyme 
Nixons Garage (Newcastle) Ltd. 
Street, Sfaffs Tel. Newcastle 64631 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 3 

H. & G. Robinson (Gosforfh) Ltd., Grandsfand 
Garage ■ Kenton Road, Gosforfh 
Tel. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 51047/8, 52740 
New Maiden 

Laidler Motor Co. • 66 Combe Road. New 
Maiden, Surrey Tel. Maiden 6075 
Newport 

Wofkins Garages 81 Church Road, Mon- 
mouthshire Tel. Newport 58770 
Newry 

Hollywood Bros., Ltd. Monoghan Street, Co. 
Down, N. Irelond Tel. Newry 2208 
Newton Abbot 

Seymour Horwell Garages Lfd. • Courtenay 
Sfreet, Devon Tel. Newton Abbof 2545 
North Shields 

E. Turnbull & Sons Ltd. • Albion Rd. 
Tel. North Shields 2030 
Nort hampton 

Kingsfhorpe Garage Ltd. ■ 48/50 Horborough 
Rood. Kingsfhorpe, Northants . 
Tel. Norfhompton 4297/8 
Northwich 

Sexion Brothers, Chester Road Garage • Green- 
bank, Northwich, Cheshire 
Tel. Norfhwick 4721 
Norwich 

R. Robinson & Co. (Motor Service) Lfd. ■ River- 
side Road, Norfolk Tel. Norwich 271 34 
Nottingham 

Beordoll Motors Ltd. • 180 Loughborough Rood, 
West Bridgford • Tel. NoMingham 82186 

35 



Nuneaton 

Riversley Garage Edward Str««l, Warwick- 

shire Tel. Nuneaton 2842 
Oldbury 

See Birmingham 
Oldham 

Midland Motors (Oldham) Ltd. • 41^ Mumpi 

Lancs. Tel. Main 8917 
Omagh 

J. McKmney ^ Derry Rd.. Co. Tyron«. N. 

Ireland Tel. Omagh 284 
Orpington 

Chorterhouse Garage (Orpington) Ltd. • Court 

Rood, Orpington By-Pa$i, Kent 

Tel. Orpmglon 24294/5 
Oswesiry 

Keen's Station Road, Shropshire 

Tel. Oswestry 91 
Oxford 

Humphris (Oxford). Ltd. • 59 St. Clement, 

Tel. Oxford 41484 
Paisley 

David Blane & Sons. Ltd. • Weir Street. 

Rentrewshire • Tel. Paisley 6866 
Pembury 

Woodsgate Motors Ltd. • Hastings Road, Kent 

Tel. Pembury 130 
Penketh 

See Warrington 
Penrhyndeudraeth 

Roberts & Williams. Park Road Garage 

Merionethshire. and at Garreg Garage Llan- 

trothen. Nr. Penrhyndeudraeth 

Tel. Penrhyndeudraeth 3 33 
Perth 

Strathmore Motors 51 Main Street. Bridgend 
Scotland Tel. Perth 36 56 
Peterborough 
Boroughbury Garage. Ltd. 10-14 Lincoln Road 
Norlhants. Tel. Peterborough 5876/7 
London Road Motors (Peterborough) Ltd 
39 London Road. Northants. 
Tel. Peterborough 671 77/8 
Plymouth 
Woodlands Garage Crownhill Road 
St. Budeaux. • Tel. Plymouth 31222 
Portadown 
Automart Ltd. Belfast Road. Co. Armagh. 
N. Ireland Tel. Portedown 2525 
Portsmouth 
John Fisher 205 New Road, Honti 
Tel. Portsmouth 63143 
Pretton 

Carlton Garage (Preston) Ltd. Garstang Road 
Fulwood. Lancs. Tel. Preston 781 41/2 
Probus ' 

See Truro 
Reading 

Ryal Berks Motor Co 35/43 Thorn Street, 
Berks. Tel. Reading 513 26/7 
Redditch 
Johnson Bros. (Redditch) Ltd. 
Worcs. Tel. Redditch 2417 
Redhill 

Shaw's Corner Engineering 



George Street. 



Co. 



Tel. Redhill 3312 



Sho 



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Corner. Surrey 
Rhos-on-Sea 

The Service Garage ■ LIandudno Road. N. 
Wales Tel. Colwyn Bay 444 30 
Rhyl 

S' v!,"" .* ^*r;'« Station Rhuddlan Road, Fünf, 

N.Wales Tel. Rhyl 1011 
Richmond 

Lichfield Garage Sheen Road. Surrey 

Tel. Richmond 2944 
Ripley 

Colborne Garages Ltd. Portsmouth Road 

Ripley. Surry Tel. Ripley 2361 
Rochdale 

Laws. Sons & Dean Tweedale Street. Lancs 

Tel. Rochdale 483 51/2 
.Romtey 

Plaza Garage 12-16 Winchester Rd.. Hanfs. 

Tel. Romsey 32 52 
Rolherham 

Listerdale Motor Co. Ltd. Bawtry Road 

Wickersley. Yorks. • Tel. Wickersley 35 62 
Rugby 

Blue Boar (Rugby) Ltd. Lawford Road 

Warwickshire Tel. Rugby 3813 
Ruitlip 

Lido Motors (Ruslip) Ltd. • Bury Street & Reser- 
voir Road, Middx. Tel. Ruislip5517 
Ryde 

Fishbourne Garage. Ltd. Fisbourne. Ryde 
I.O.W. Tel. Wootton Bridge 65 
Sf. Albant 

Cify Motors (St. Albans) Alma Road, H«rti. 
Tel. St. Albans 5 23 45/7 
St. Annes-on-Sea 

Geo Moore & Son (St. Annes) Ltd. • St. David't 
Road Souts, Lancs. Tel. St. Annes 2 52 31 
St. Leonards-on-Sea 

W. J. Hart Motors Ltd. Western Road, Sus$«x 
Tel. Hostings 4146. 55 39 
Salitbury 

Fairway Garage 51 Brown St., Wilfs 

Tel. Salisbury 56 66 

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Scarborough 

Ravine Tel. Scarborough 3826 
S««iton 

«rn "n'*"'* '^°'?%Co. (Seaton) Ltd. • Stalio 
Koad, Devon Tel. Seaton 450 
Sheffield 1 

TeShemJd?8958'^ ^'^'"""^'""•^•^ 
Sheffield 4 

Hartley » Scholey Ltd.. Rapid Service Station 
Earl Marshai Road • Tel. Rawmarsh 431 
Shrewtbury 

T..''^k"*"" t ^°"-.*, ^ Ditherington, Shropshire 
Tel. Shrewibury 21 50 
Sidcup 

G^ Sheppard & Son. Ltd. ■ 15 Rectory Lane, 
Kent • Tel. Footscray 81 51 
Sittingbourne 

Sittingbourne Service Station • 88-100 West 
Street. Kent ■ TeL Sittingbourne 1 24 
Skipton 

Craven Motor Co. Ltd. High Street, Yorks 
Tel. Skipton 2212 
Slough 

Broughton Motors ■ Colnbrook By-Pass. Brands 
Hill. Bucks Tel. Colnbrook 2708 
Southampton 

Modern Light Cars. Ltd. 110-112 Lodge Road 
Hanfs. Tel. Southampton 22828 
Southport 

Zetland Garage (Southport) Ltd. • 91 Zetland 
Street. Lancs. • Tel. Southport 55614/5 
South Stifford 

Vogtland Motors Ltd. Dock Road. Grays 
Essex Tel Grays Thurrock 2696 
Spalding 

Wilsons Motors (Spalding) Ltd. • Spalding 
Lines. Tel. Spalding 3724/5 
Spittal 

See Berwick-on-Tweed 
Stafford 

Stafford Service Station • Rising Brook. Stoffs 
Tel. Stafford 1377/8 
Stockport 

W. R. Anderson Motors Ltd. ■ 398 Buxton Road 
Great Moor. Ches. ■ Tel. Stepping Hill 3311 
Stoke-on-Trent 

W. H. Jervis & Sons 81 Botteslow Street 
Hanley. Stoffs. Tel. Stoke-on-Trenf 22824 ' 
Stourbridge 

Mill Street Garage (Kidderminster Coochcraft 
Ltd.) Mill Street. Worcs. Tel. Stourbridge 3310 
Stroud 

Lansdown Garage • Lansdown Road, Glos 
Tel. Stroud 845 
Sturry 

Colborne Garages Lfd. • Sturry, Kenf 
Tel. Sturry 240 
Sunderland 

Mill Garages (Sunderland) Ltd. • Newcastle 
Road. Fulwell. Durham 
Tel. Sunderland .58225/6 
Swonsea 

Haifway Garage (Mumbles) Ltd. Blackpilt, 

Glam . S. Wale» • Tel. Swonsea 23451, 24342 

Swindon 

Counfy Motors 2 County Rd., Wilts. 
Tel. Swindon 3832 




Tamworth 

Mile Oak Garage. Ltd. • Mile Oak, Slaffi. 

Tel. Tomworth 554 
Taunlon 

Rex Brothe'-s Motors Ltd. • Priory Bridge Road, 

Somerset Tel. Taunton 3313 
Toomebridge 

R. Murroy Co. Antrim, N. Ireland 

Tel. Toomebridge 240 
Torquoy 

Li$bur-ie Garage • Babbacombe Road, Devon 

Tel. Torquoy 7041/3 
Totton 

Testwood Motors ■ 331 Salisbury Rd., Hanti 
Tel. Totton 3611 
Truro 

The Central Garage Ltd. Probus. Cornwoll 
Tel. Grampound Road 206 

Wakefleld 

Frank Senior, Ltd. ■ Stanley Rd., Yorks. 

Tel. Wakefield 3493 
Ware 

Star Street Garage, Ltd. • Star St., Herts. Tel. 

Ware 1 99 
Warrington 

B. J. Motors. Ltd., Warrington Road Garage, 

Penketh. Lancs. Tel. Penkelh 2311 
Watford 

D. S. Moss & Sons. Ltd. 5 Hempstead Road, 

Herts Tel. Watford 21671 
Wednetbury 

Holloway Bank Service Station ■ Holloway 

Bank. Stoffs. Tel. Wednesbury 1016 
Welling 

Griffin Motor Works 4 Bellgrove Parade. 

Kent Tel. Woolwich 1356 



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North Rood Garage 
Tel. Welwyn 4481/2/3 

167 Wembley Park 
Tel. Wembley 9626 



Wellington 

Salopion Motors - Trench Salop 
Tel. Ookengates 461 
Welwyn By-Patt 

Aclond & Tabor Ltd.. 
Welwyn By-Pass. Herts. 
embley 

Continental Cors Ltd. 
Drive. Wembley, Middx 
Wettcliff-on-Sea 

Service Garages (Southend) Ltd. • 688 London 
Road. Essex. Tel. Leigh-on-Sea 73377 
West Hartlepool 

J. S. Roe. Ltd.. Brendo Road Garage • Co 
Durham ■ Tel. West Hartlepool 2563 
West Melton 

T. Hoyselden. Service Garage • Brompton Rd 
Nr. Rotherham • Tel. Wath-on-Oearne 3366 ' 
Weaton-auper-Mare 

Victoria Garage (Weston) Ltd. • Alfred Street, 
Somerset • Tel. Weston-super-More 1450 
Whitby 

Sneaton Lane Garage • Rusworp, Whitby, Yorks 

Tel. Rusworp 850 
Whitchurch 

Harold Roberts. Waymills Garage • Saloo 

Tel. Whitchurch 21 36 
Wickertley 

See Rotherham 
Willenhall 

Willenhall Coochcraft, County Bridge Worki 

Stoffs. • Tel. Willenhall 565 '▼orKi.. 



Wimborne 

Hayes Garage Wimborne Road. Dorset 

Tel. Wimborne 6 38/277 
Winchester 

Westcombe Motors Ltd. • 23 City Road, Hont«. 

Tel. Winchester 41 74, 4560 
Windsor 

H. » P. Barker & Sons (Windsor) Ltd. • 41 

William Street. Berks. ■ Tel. Windsor 776 
Worksop 

Clumber Filling Station Refford Road, Notts 

Tel. Worksop 2537 
Worthing 

^?'w "?.." ^■!'^''' ' ''«'■•'«"d Rood. Sussex 
Tel. Worthing 272 

Wrexham 

S. J. Diggory (Motors) Ltd.. Imperial Garage 
Rhostyllen, Wrexham • Tel. Wrexham 21 54 
Wythall 

Blytheway Motors AIcester Road, Nr. Birming- 
ham Tel. Wythall 21 30 

Yeovil 

L. R. Guppy & Sons Ltd. Babylon Hill Garage 

Somserset • Tel. Yeovil 2276/7 
Yettenhall 

Wergs Garage Wergs Road, Wolverhampton 

Tel. Wolverhampton 51656 
York 

North Riding Motors Ltd 

Tel. York 23220 



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Importeur: Volkswagen Distributors Ltd. • Long Mile Road 

Tel. 503333 • Cable Volkswagen Dublin • Telex Dublin 113 



Abbeyleix 

Abbeyleix Motor Works Tel. 226 
Arvo 

Brady's Tel. 15 
Athy 

Moxwell's Garage • 50 Duke Street • Tel 73 
Ballina 

McAndrew's Motors Ltd. • Pearse Street Tel 91 
Ballinamona (Waterford Eost) 

Corew's Engineering Works 

Tel. Waterford 4677 
Ballinosloe 

Bannerton's Garage • Tel. 90 
Bantry 

Hurley Bros. Borrock Street ■ Tel 92 
Belturbet 

Erne Motor Works • Tel. 26 
Blainroe. Wicklow 

P. V. Moore. Blainroe Garage 

Tel. Wicklow 1 28 
Bundoron 

T. P. O'Connell (Motors) ■ Tel. 80 
Birr 

J. J. Hoare, Moorpark Garage • Tel. 1 16 
Bridgend 

James McLoughlin & Sons Ltd. • Tel. 1 
Conripile 

Campile Motor 4 Engineering Co. Ltd Tel 12 
Carlow 

Devoy's Garage Tullow Road • Tel 223 
Corrick-on-Shannon 

Smiths (Carrick-on-Shannon) Ltd. Tel 80 
Cashel 

T. Dowling • Tel. 47 
Castleblayney 

Lough Egish Engineering Works 

Tel. Tullynohinera 2 
Castleisland 

S. Divone Killarney Road • Tel. 253 
Ca van 

D. Morgan Farnhom Street • Tel 58 
Charleville (Roth Luirc) 

O'Molley's Garage • Tel. 224 
Clane 

P. J. Woods Tel. S 
Clonmel 

A. Dillon & Son - 19 Irishtown Tel. 1 15 
Clones 

Clones Engineering Works • Tel 80 
Cork 

^'"■'* OWahony Ltd. • Lr. Glonmire Rood 
Dublin 

Volkswagen Sales Ltd. 218/224 North Cireular 

Road Tel. 71116 

N. E. Gleeson Ltd. Stillorgan Road MounI 

Merrion Tel. 8822 54 

Ballsbridge Motors Ltd. 162 Shelbourne Road 

Ballsbridge Tel. 6896 51 

Tel"'957s''" ^*"°'"* ^"^ Harolds Crost Road 

Pembroke Motor Sales Townsend Street 
Tel. 727 21 



Larkin & Matthews Lt<j. • Dublin Rood • Swords 
Tel. Swords 283/330 

Modern Motors Ltd. • Crumlin Rood Tel 54216 
Donegal 

R. E. Johnston ■ Quay St. • Tel 39 
Dundalk 

Dundalk Motors • Park Street • Tel. 4603 
Ounfanaghy 

McElhinney Bros. Tel. 16 
Dungloe 

Dungloe Service Station • Mill Rood 
Ounmanway 

J. D. Bernard, Royal Hotel Garage • Tel. 9 
Drogheda 

Block Bull Motors Ltd. ■ Stameen • Tel. 85 25 
Drumlish 

R. O'Reilly's Garage • Tel. 4 
Ennis 

Western Garages Ltd. ■ Mill Road Tel 85 
Enniscorthy 

Foley Bros. Templeshonnon Quoy • Tel. 75 
Fermoy 

H. O'Sullivan ■ McCurtoin Street ■ Tel 79 
Fethard 

J. Word • Tel. 11 
Foynes 

Cunnane's Garage Tel. 30 
Calway 
James Modden & Son Ltd. • Lr. Salthill 
Tel. 2583 
Gorey 

Finn's Garage • Tel. 37 
Gort 

G. Modden & Co. Tel. 44 
Greystones 

Central Garage ■ Tel. 4510 
Kanturk 

O'Callaghan's Garage • Tel. 35 
Kildare 

J. Fitipatrick • Upr. Claregote Street ■ Tel. 3 53 
Kilfinane 

Nunan's Garage • Tel. 18 
Kilkelly 

Coyne's Auto Service • Tel. 4 
Kilkenny 

Connolly's Garage • Upr. John Street ■ Tel. 140 
Killarney 

Tarront's Garage 94 New Street • Tel. 190 
Kilrush 

Kilrush Motor Co. • Tel. 48 
Limerick 

Service Garage • Mulgrave Street • Tel. 44224 
Letterkenny 

McCIean A McLoughlin • Tel. 13» 
Lislowel 

T. Tarrant A Sons • Tel. 57 
Louth 

Dundalk Motors Ltd. River Lane. Park Street 
Tel. Dundalk 4603 
Mitchelstown 

W. Horrington • Cork Rood • Tel. 234 
Monoghan 

D. & S. Motors • North Road • Tel. 107 
Mullingar 
Nugent's Garage ■ Millmount Rood Tel. 437 

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Navan (An Uaimh) 

Riverside Motors Tel. 1 92 
Nenagh 

Sherlock's Garage 63 Ormond Street 
Tel. Nenagh 
Newbawn 

Whife's Garage • Tel. Ballynobola 12 
Port Looite 

Conroy Bros • Tel. 85 
Roscommon 

Fullard's Garage • Lanesboro' Street 
Tel. 1U 
Roscreo 

Glebe View Garage • Tel. 76 
Skerriet 

Stoke's Garage • Dublin Rood ■ Tel. 247 
Skibbereen 

Sheehan's Garage 
Strokeatown 

McDermott & Sons • Tel. 21 
Sligo 

Lough Gill Service Station • Pearse Rood 
Tel. 2744 

Tal low 

O'Brien Bros. • Tel. 6 



Tempiamor« 

Hassett's Motor Works • Tel. 35 
Thurles 

J. Brereton • Friar Street Tel. 28 
Thomastown 

Thomastown Garage ■ Tel 296 
Tullamore 

Cunningham's Garage • Tel. 112 
Tipperary 

Thomas O'Connor • Limerick Road ■ Tel. 146 
Tralee 

Modern Motor Works • The Market Tel 1 93 
Tuom 

Rooney's Garage Shop Street • Tel. 24 
Waterford 

Heveran's Garage • 23 The Quay • Tel. 4918 
Wettport 

Cathal Duffy • Mil Road • Tel. 106 
Wexford 

North End Garage (Wexford) Ltd. • Tel. 1 02 

Youghal 

Sheenan's Garage • Devonshire Place 
Tel. 66 



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Importeur: Heildverzlunin Hekia Ltd. • P. O. Box 512 ■ Hverfisqota 103 
REYKJAVIK 
Tel. 11275-79 • Cable HekIa Reykjavik 



Reykjavik 

Sales: Heildverzlunin HekIa Ltd. • Hverfisgato 



103. Reykjavik 

Service: P. Stefansson Ltd. 
Reykjavik 



Hverfisgato 103, 



Akurcyri 

Tliorshamar Ltd. • Akureyri 
Keflavik 

Sales: Heildverzlunin HekIa Ltd. Air 
Terminal Building room No. 199, Keflavik 
Airport 



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Importeur: AUTOGERMA • Casella Postale 254 ■ Via Emilia Ponente 18 
BOLOGNA 
Tel. 384566 • Cable Autogerma Bologna 



Adrio 

Frezzato & Longato ■ Via Badini 12 

Tel. 20022 
Agrigento 

Montana Lampo ■ Via Empedocie, 81 

Tel. 23418 
Alassio 

Flli. Rabolli Via G. Verde, 18 

Tel. 40778, 40181 
Alba 

Fontana Attilio C.so Italia, 9 Tel. 4031 
Albinia 

Tintori Guido ■ Via Amelia, 33 • Tel. 70030 
Alessandria 

S. V. A. Via Milazzo, 13 65456 
Ancona 

Bonazzi Walter Via Mamiani Tel. 24441 
Aosta 

Salvitti Antonio ■ Via Mazzini, 19 Tel. 5151 
Arezzo 

F.lli Nocentini • Via M. Perennio, 28 

Tel. 20891. 24793 
Arona 

Nissotfi Piero C.so Liberazione. 15 ■ Tel. 2889 
Ascoli Piceno 

Dr. Savini Giulio ■ Via B. Croce Tel. 5888 
AstI 

Autorimessa Alfieri • P.zza Alfieri. 43 • Tel. 21 68 
Aviano 

Autofficina A. Tassan ■ Via Pordenone 
Tel. 6086 

Bari 

S.I.P.E. Via Crisanzio. 218 • Tel, 18024 
Bassano del Grappa 

Screm.n Mario V.le P. Giraldi. 7 Tel. 23842 
Benevento 

Auto per Tutti ■ Via E. Goduti. 33 • Tel. 21712 
Bergamo 

Automototecnica L. Bonaldi • Via A. May 7 

Tel. 47781 
Bettola 

F.lli Bersani • V.le Della Vittoria. 57 Tel. 12 
Biella 

Baldacci Mario Via G. Ramella. 9 Tel. 21344 
Bologna 

AUTOGERMA Via Emil.a P., 18 Tel. 384566 
Bolzano/Bozen 

Garage Brennero ■ Via Brennero, 20 

Tel. 25511, 25995 

Borgo S. Lorenzo 

Modi Aldo & Giuliano. Via Marconi, 47 

Tel. 849255 
Bracciono 

F.lli DOrazio, Via Claudio, 69 Tel. 902033 

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Brescia 

Saottini Auto ■ P.zale Cremona, 19 • Tel. 55452 
Brindisi 

Rondinelli F.lli • C.so Roma. 67 
Broni 

Colombi Libero Via L. Da Vinci. 54 • Tel. 137 
Brunico/Bruneck 

Simma Ernesto ■ P.zza Cappuccini • Tel. 85473 
Cagliari 

Autopalma ■ Via Roma. 72a • Tel. 59622 
Piredda Tullio Via A. Diaz, 59 • Tel. 52708 
Cololziocorte 

Manzoni Fedenco Via Roma. 72 • Tel. 41307 
Caltanissetta 

Giglio Angelo Via Redentore. 29 • Tel. 2345 
Campobosso 

Vitale Pasquale P.zza D'Ovidio. 8 • Tel. 25141 
Canelli 

Autorimessa Avigo ■ Via M. Pavia. 3 
Tel. 81353 
Castelfranco V. 

Zonfa Mono Via S. Pio X, 36 Tel. 43200 
Cattiglione dei Pepoli 

F.lli Giannerini • Via Bolognese, 1 ■ Tel. 26 
Catania 

Branciforti Giuseppe ■ Via Conte di Torino, 3 
Tel. 13983 
Cotlolica 

Gahellini Auggsto. Via del Prete, 4 • Tel. 61055 
Chatillon 

Giovanardi Remo ■ Via Stazione, 8 • Tel. 2745 
Chiavari 

Ughini Giuseppe C.so De Michiel Tel. 28278 
Chiuta S. Michel« 

F.lli Brunetti Tel. 934128 
Citta' di Caslello 

Mignini Benvenuto • Via IV Novembre 
Tel. 852045 
Cividate Camuno 
Morandini Maffeo 
Civitavecchia 

Bravetfi & Pavone Via Baccelli, 114 
Como 

Garage Europa Via Milano, 44 
Tel. 31929, 20842 
Contaldo 

F.lli Zagni - Via Nazionale, 146 
Cornuda 

Guarnieri Loris Via Feltrina, 10 • Tel. 83325 
Cortina 

Garage Dolor.ilti C.so Italia, 178 Tel. 2320 
Cosenza 

Avventurieri Via Molinolla • Tel. 45870 
Crema 

Fern & Scappini Via Gramsci, 16 • Tel. 3049 



Cramona 

Officina Vittoria • Via Chiara Novella 8 
Tel. 1329 
Croton« 

utofficina L. Cavarretta • Via Cutro 
iel. 21014 



'ontana Attilio • Via C. Brunet. 13 • Tel. 3912 
D«««nzano del Garda 

arage Esso • Strada del VO' (Padenghe) 
Tel. 459 
Enno 

Paolo di Salvo Stazione Servizio Agip 
P.zza Pisciotto. 3 Tel. 1501 
Facnzo 

Garage G. Ghetti • Via Borgo, 170 • Tel. 22403 
Ferrara 

Bazzani Romeo Via Palestro, 21 • Tel. 263 59 
Fiorenzuolo 

Autorimessa Corradi R. • V.le Matteotti 22 
Tel. 71312 
Firenz« 

Autorimessa Toscana Via Dei Della 
Robbia, 5r • Tel. 572524 
Foggia 

Pasquale Russolillo ■ Via S.Lazzaro, 69/71 
Tel. 22774 
Foligno 

Edilferro S.p.A. V.le Firenze. 77 • Tel. 2177 
Formia 

Mesolella Annibale • Via Vitruvio. 225 
Tel. 21625 
Frosinon« 
I Cav. Celletti Sisto & Figlio • Via Marittima, 94 

^ Tel. 21218 

Gemona del Friuli 

Job e. Trombetta ■ Via Nazionale • Tel. 1 34 
Genova 

G. M. Vinelli ■ Via Alghero, 3r 

Tel. 589208, 589209 
Genova (Pegli) 

Bovone Roberto • P.zza Rafisardi 45r 
Genzano 

Corvi Cesare Via Appia Km. 30 

Bivio Nemi Tel. 9396227 
Giussano 

Colzani Sergio • Via A. Vigano • Tel. 9555 
Gorizia 

Sacchetti Umberto Via Cascino, 7 • Tel. 2069 
Grosseto 

Garage Biagini • Via Trieste, 7 Tel. 23054 
lesi 

Pigliapoco • Via della Vittoria. 42 Tel 2271 
lesolo-Lido 

Furlan Fernando Via Meduse. 42 • Tel. 90052 
La Spezia (S. Terenzo) 

Autorimessa Bertieri • Via Garibaldi 49 

Tel. 77197 

Lecco 

Autorimessa E. Scola Via Turati 14a 
Tel. 23788 
Legnono 

Autorimessa Centrale • Via 25 Aprile 5 

Tel. 48828 
Lentate Sul Seveso 

Conti Giuseppe Via Nazionale. 351 Tel 7352 
Lissone 

International Garage ■ Via Varese 16 

Tel. 75030 
Livorno 

Susini Giovanna Via Goldoni. 73 Tel 23724 
Lodi 

Cinquanta Giuseppe V. le Piacenza, 39 

Lucca 

Bertocchi Alfredo • Via del Battistero 
Corte Bertolini. 10 Tel. 6421 
Macerata 

Canovari Dino Via Leopardi. 26 • Tel. 3774 
Magenta 

CaravagliQ Carlo Via Roma. 85 Tel 61 
Moglie 

S. VE. A. G. Via Piave. 61 Tel. 61 
Mantova 

Filippini Giovanni Via Curtatone 

Montanara, 58 Tel. 2756 
Marina di Venezia (vom 1. 6. bis 30. 9.) 

Boldrin Mirabello Punta Sabbioni 

Tel. 81089 
Marsala 

Offrcina F.lli Picciotto • Via Curatolo 
Merano/Meran 

Garage Brennero Via Piave, 42 Tel. 26636 
Messina 

Germana' Letterio Via Gulli. 12 Tel. 13655 
Milano 

C.A.R. V. le Certosa, 22 Tel. 367765. 3911 34 

Fontana Cesare ■ Via Lambro 7 

Tel. 266503, 276104 

Clauss Karl Via Ricciarelli, 29 Tel. 405661 

Autorigoldi Via Costanza, 3 

Tel. 221346, 206453 
Modena 

Soc AU. GE. C.so Cavour, 41 Tel. 24348 
Montecatini 

Trinci & Macchini • Via Motteotti. 110 
Tel. 2348 



Monza 

Pirola Francesco ■ Via Cantore. 25 Tel 4790 
Montecchio 

F.lli Montanari • Via V. Emanuele, 54 
Morbegno 

Guemaroli Giovanmario 
Stazione Servizio AGIP • Tel. 61403 
Napoli 
Mazzoni Dante Largo delle Fioren- 
tine a Chiaia Tel. 381650 
Palumbo Pasquale • Via Cuma. 14 ■ Tel 398820 
Nettuno 
Sebastianelli Adelio & Figlio 
P.zzale SM. Goretti • Tel. 98908 
Novafeltria 

Mancinl Lionello • Via S. Agatese. 4 
Novara 
Autorimessa Sempione 
C.so della Vittoria. 7 Tel. 26184 
Oristano 

Pinna & Cadone • Via Figoli. 87 • Tel 2528 
Ortisei/St. Ulriclt 

Garage Alpino • Via C.so. 108 Tel. 6234 
Osimo 

Rocchi Guido • Via Pompeiana, 62 • Tel. 72666 
Padova 

S.p.A. Lupi Marsoni & C. • Via lappelli. 3 
Tel. 36556 
Palermo 

Casa dell'Auto • Via V. Di Marco. 12 
Tel. 260989 
Parma 

Baistrocchi Egisto Via Emilia Est, 87 
Tel. 22698 
Partinico 

F.lli Concone Via Tenente la Fata, 93 
Pavia 

Garage Excelsior Via Stazione, 25 
Pavullo 

F.lli Ferrari ■ Via Giardini. 290 • Tel. 58 
Perugia 

Garage deila Galleria 
Via XIV Settembre. 76 • Yel'. 56185 
Pescara 

Autosalone Gran Sasso 
Via N. Fabrizi. 139 Tel. 33484 
Piacenza 

Lodigiani Tarcisio • Via Emilia Pavese, 168 
Tel. 24393 
Pinerolo 

Salvai L. Giuseppe • C.so Torino, 84 • Tel. 3643 
Piombino 

Nannelli A. ■ Via Torino. 6 • Tel. 2090 
Pisa 

Carratori Via M. D'Azeglio, 1 • Tel. 23513 
Pomezia 

Trabocchini Bruno & Figlio 
Via Ponhnia Km. 29200 • Tel. 908020 
Potenza 

Di Bello & Nortano Via Garibaldi 141 
Tel. 1700 
Proto 

Autorimessa Pralese Via S. Jacopo, 42 
Tel. 26039 

Ragusa 

Cascone Salvatore Via P. Anselmo. 57 
Tel. 2266 
Ravenna 

Garage Europa di E. Francia 
Via R. Serra, 80 Tel. 22200 
Reggio Calabria 

De Girolamo & Gulli Via Plebiscifo. 8 
Tel. 2776 
Reggio Emilia 

Giovannini Luigi • Via S. Martino. 38 
Tel. 3550 
Riccione 

F.lli Anlonelli V.le R. Molari. 26 
Tel. 41436 
Rignano 

Salmucci Pieiro Via Flaminia Km. 39800 
Tel. 51 41 
Riva del Garda 

Briosi Carlo V.le Rovereto, 15 Tel 2141 
Roma 

Dl Pietro Remo P.za Emporio, 22-28 
Tel. 590097. 572209 
Dl Pietro Remo Via Merulana, 135 
Tel. 76 08 79 

I.B.R. Via AG. Banlh, 20-30 Tel. 500900 
Romano di Lombardia 

Raccanelli Italo Pia d'Armi. 1 • Tel.79 
Rovereto 

Bruschetti G. Via Fontana, 10 Tel. 2 3510 

Salerno 

Del Pnore Angelo Via Leucosia Tel. 28284 
S.Dona' di Piave 

Busireo Antonio Via Tredici Martin, 107 

Tel. 3234 
Savona 

F.lli Pagani Via Bourniquez. 2r. 
S. Cassiano 

Gatti Giuseppe Via Nazionale Tel. 2282 
San Marino (Repubblica) 

Regini Elio & Figli • Via Serravalle 

Tel. 941 05 



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S. Ramo 

Sivelli Arturo Via N. Bixio. 13 • Tel. 8680 
Savignano 

Paglierani Antonio Via Roma, 16 • Tel. 71232 
Senigallia 

Luii G. Carlo • Via Podesti. 92 • Tel. 62025 
Siena 

Levi Beniamino Via De Ro*ii, 79 • Tel. 22268 
Siracuta 

Adrayna Salvalore ■ C.$o Gelone, 30 

Tel. 2011 
Sondrio 

Ternelli Aldo V.le Milano, 29 • Tel. 2542 
Sottomarina di Chioggio 

Grande Giovanni & Gallileo 

Via Borgo Nuovo, 1976 ■ Tel. 400783 
Subiaco 

Cosimi Antonio • C.so Cesare Battisti. 78 

Tel. 8029 

Taormina 

Calanno Gino • Via Pirandello, 45 

Tel. 21288. 21098 
Taranto 

F.lli Rondinelli • Via Doca degli Abruzzi, 14 

Tel. 1582 
Teromo 

Meccanica Taraschi • V.le Criepi, 7 ■ Tel. 5263 
Termini Imereee 

Di Cacciamo-Mezzola Caruso 

Via Stesicoro, 39b 
Terni 

RA.CO.A. • Via Chiassuolo S. Agape. 5 

Tel. 25103 
Tirano 

Baigera Bruno • Via Italia, 12 • Tel. 71305 
Tivoli 

Quaresima & Refrigeri • Via Empolitana. 178 
Tel. 47748 
Torino 

astrauto - C.so Casale, 464 

Tel. 892804, 893658 

Autosalone Grazzi • Via Saluzzo, 29 

Tel. 60570 

Autogaravini • C.so S. Maurizio, 50 

Tel. 877055 

Tortono 

Garage Vittoria • P.za T.Speri, 1 • Tel. 81870 



Trenio 

Autorimessa 

Tel. 26490 
Trevifo 

Negro Giovanni & 

Tel. 23863 
Triette 

Panaulo • Via G. Reni, 



Dorigoni ■ Via Piave, 2 



Figli • Via C. Alberto. 80 



2 Tel. 23577 



Udine 

F.lli Cattelan • Via di Toppo. 31 
Tel. 57946, 53434 
Urbino 

F.lli Pandolfi • Via Matteolti, 15 



Tel. 2660 



Varete 

Garage Autostroda ■ Via Tamaono. 1 
Tel. 21522 
Venezia/Meetra 

Mirabello Boldrin ■ Via Piave, 142 • Tel. 51851 
Vercelli 

Autosport di V. Petrini • Via Massaua, 2r 

Tel. 3060 
Verolanuova 

Redana Antonio Via G. Gaggia • Tel. 56 
Verona 

Automotor Stradone S. Lucio, 27 • Tel. 26061 
Viareggio 

S.C.A.T. Via Aurelia Varignano • Tel. 3522 
Vibo Valenlia 

Consoli Giuseppe Piazza L. Rozzo, 25 

Tel. 21265 
Vicenza 

Cavriani Fulvio • Corso Padova, 35 • Tel. 211 59 
Vigevano 

Nova Guido • Via L. De Bastici. 22 • Tel. 41 32 
Viterbo 

Ferrazzani Zelindo • Via della Rocca, 8 

Tel. 30854 
VIttorio Veneto 

Maniero Itolo • Via L. da Ponte • Tel. 551 30 
Voghera 

Garage Torino • Via Zonardi Bonfiglio, 24 
Tel. 2283 



Zogno 

Chiesa & Ginstinetti 
Tel. 5006 



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Importeur: Interexport • Postschließfach 789 • Kolarceva 8-10 
BEOGRAD 

Tel. 623-222 (Zentrale). 623-161 (VW-Abteilung) 
Cable Interexport Beograd • Telex 01 173 



Beograd-Z*mun 

Centar Za Drumski Saobracai 

Coro Dusana 262 • Tel. 607-508 
Dubrovnik 

Autokamp Adria VW servis • Lopad 

Tel. 41 77 
llidja bei Sarajevo 

Automoto-drustvo Servis ■ Tel. 81357 
Kotor 

Auto-Remont • Tel. 65 
Ljubljana 

INTEREXPORT Titova 25 Tel. 32-059 

Avtopopravijalnica • Celovska cesfa 95 

Tel. 33-778 

Maribor 

Avto-Servis Vita Kraigerja 17 • Tel. 3645 
Novi-Sad 

Universal • Strazilovska 12 • Tel. 41-73 

Portorex 

Slavnik- Tel. 6113 



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Rijeka 

INTEREXPORT Lenj. Setaliste 10 Tel. 3777 

Velebit • 1 Maia 60 Tel. 2059 
Saroievo 

INTEREXPORT Veselina Maslese 6 

Tel. 24-183 
Skoplje 

INTEREXPORT Marsalo Tita 2/III Tel. 

Auto-Turist • Krusevska 19 ■ Tel.- 1329 
Split 

Auto-Mehanika • Poljicka cesta 47 
Tel. 21 27 

Zadar 

Auto-moto-Service 
Tel. 2690 
Zagreb 

INTEREXPORT Gaieva 35 

Tel. 24-465/24-485 Telex 02147 

Autorad • Miromarski podvozniak 15 

Tel. 52-406 

Vilim Vrlec Marticeva 17 • Tel. 37>601 



Benkovacka cesta 2 



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Importeur: The Continental Cor Co. • P. O. Box 381 T. G. P O Valetta 
197-201 D'Argens Road. Gzira, 
MALTA 
Tel. Sliema 21 • Cable Volkscar Malta 



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Importeur: Pon's Automobielhandel N. V. • Postbus 72 •Arnhemseweq2-U 
AMERSFOORT 

Cable Volkswagenpon Amersfoort 



Tel. (03490) 8541 
Telex 11156 



Importeur: Garage Martin Losch Diedenhofener Str 88 
LUXEMBURG - BONNEWEG 
Tel. 203-51 • Cable Loschgarage Luxembourg 



Telex 488 



' rue de la Liberation. 



Differdonge 

Garage Fernand Schaack 
Niedercorn ■ Tel. 580-93 
Echternach 

Garage Pierre Kruff • route de Luxembourg 
Tel. 721-40 " 

Luxembourg-Bonnevoi« 

Garage Martin Losch ■ 
Tel. 203-51 

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Luxembourg-Limperttbarg 

Garage Albert Pauly-Losch ■ 
Falencarie Tel. 202-31 



58, avenue da la 



88, rte de Thionvilla 



Usaldanga 

Garage Edouord Pepin Tel. 630-40 

Willz 

Garage Martin Biver • route d'Erpeldange, 
Weidingen/Wiltz - Tel. 961-48 



Ophelialaan 92 



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Aaltmaar 

Enzler's Automobielbedriif 
Tel. (02977)4550 
Aoltan 

Automobielbedriif J. Langwerden, Quick 
Service Station ■ Bredevoortsestraat 10 
Tel. (05437) 2448 
Alkmaar 

Automobielbedriif Martin Schilder N.V. 
Stationsweg 39 - Tel. (02200) 5615 
Na werktiid 6791 ■ Bierkade 9 
Tel. (02200) 31 60 
Almalo 
Automobielbedriif Konink ■ Ootmarsumse- 
straat 55 ■ Werkplaats: Sluiskade ZZ 153 
Tel. (05490) 3018 

Service-Station Konink • Nachtegaalstraat 6 
Tel. (05490) 3694 
Alphan a/d Rijn 

Kamsteeg's Automobielbedrijf N.V. • Prins 
Hendrikstraat 65 • Tel. (01720) 2466 
Amersfoort 

Pon's Automobielhandel N.V. 
weg 2-14 ■ Tel. (03490) 8541 
Volkswagen Service Station 
weg 23 Tel. (03490) 8541 
Ametalvaan 

Van Kleef's Autobedriif C.V. 
weg 484-488 • Tel. Kantoor 
Tel. Werkplaats (02964) 21 83 
Afd. Verkoop: Amsterdamseweg 467 
Tel. (02964) 21 51 
Amsterdam 

Autopon ■ Overtoom 557, Zocherstroat 42, 
Lodewijk van Deijsselstraat 77, Donker 
Curtiusstraat 6-8 Tel. (020) 187081 
Amsterdam-Noord 

Automobielbedrijf de Vries en van Slooten 
Papaverweg 5 b • Tel. (020) 61011 
Amttardam-Oost 

Kuijper's Autobedrijf - Middenweg 69 
Tel. (020) 55155 
Andijk-Wast 

Garage Buishand - Molenweg 8 
Tel. (02289) 526 
Apaldoorn 

Garage Van Houttum (Eig.: P. de 
Molenstraat 123 ■ Tel. (06760) 1 3218 
Automobielbedrijf Evers • Hofveld 25 
Tel. (06760) 1 9871 
Arnham 

Sanders' Automobielbedrijf N.V., Garage 
„De Rijn" ■ Oude Kraan 16 
Tel. (08300) 31607 
V.W. Servicestation ,,de Kroon" 
Amsterdamseweg 206a Tel. (08300) 221 38 
V.W. Service Station „Malburgen West" 
Meijnerswijkseweg Tel. (08300) 3 3080 
Assan 

Automobielbedrijf J. W. v. d. Ziel 
Groningerstraat 97a • Tel. (05920) 2615 

Baarla-Nastau 

Garage de Jong 
Baarn 

Automobielbedrijf Gebr. Van Kooy • Nieuw 

Baarnstraat 7 • Tel. (02954) 4353 
Balk (Fr.) 

Garage Fa. W. v. d. Heide en Zn. 

Dubbelstraat 15-29-31 • Tel. (05140) 2233 
Barnavald 

Molenstijn's Automobielbedrijf • van Zuyien 

van Nieveltlaan 59 ■ Tel. (03420) 2837 
Banaden-Laauwan 

Garage Rossen - v. Heemstraweg 86-88 

Tel. (08879) 284 
Bargan op Zoom 

Autobedrijf Covers N.V. • Wouwsewag 120 

Tel. (01640)33 55 
Bavarwijk 

Autobedrijf „Uniek" N.V. • Plantage la 

Tel. (02510) 6090 
Bilthovan 

Garage ,, Nestor" Fa. Boot en Co. 

Julianalaan 25-29 Tel. (03402) 21 18 



Haas) 



Singel A8 • Tel. (04257) 398 



Boltward 

Garage van Dijk 
Tel. (05157)2582 



Achler de Smeden 



Boxmaar 

Automobielbedrijf G. J. C. v. d. Wegen 

Stationsweg 14 ■ Tel. (08855) 516 
Breda 

Automobielbedrijf P. v.Tilburg-Bastianen, N.V. 

Ginnekenweg 11-25 ■ Tel. (01600) 22488 
Braekani 

Garage Gebr. Brügge - Scheldekade 18-19 

Tel. (01172)406 
Brouwershavan 

Garage Ch. Slager ■ Poortdijkstraat 61-63 

Tel. (01119) 344 
Brummen 

Garage Fa. D. A. Wahl & Zn. ■ Zutfensestraat 41 

Tel. (06756) 256, b.g.g. 607 
Buitanpoet 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf Rint v. d. Meulen 

Voorstraat 63 Tel. (05115) 330. b.g.g. 455 
Den Burg (Texel) 

Dros' Autocentrale ■ Schild«reind 56 

Tel. (02220) 21 51 

Buitum 

N.V. Autobedrijf J. K. Poll • Eslaan 14 
Tel. (02959) 1 8907 

Coavordan f' . 

„Volkswagen-Service" • Krimweg 22 
Tankstation De Loo • Tel. (05240) 21 34 
Culamborg 

Automobielbedrijf ,,Cuvoga" ■ Tollensiraat 29 
Tel. (03450) 2750 



Daldan 

Huiskes N.V. ■ Molenstraat 15 ■ Tel. (05407) 401 
Dalft 

Automobielbedrijf Mulder ■ Pieter Steijnstraat 1 

Tel.(01730)20707 
Daifzijl 

Automobielbedrijf Th. F. v.» d. Laan en Zoon 

Rijksweg 17 • Tel. (05961) 3400 
Deventar 

Automobielbedrijf A. W. Pouw 

Zutfenselaan 14-16 ■ Tel. (06700) 7241-7242 
Ooetinchem 

Sevink's Automobiel- en Garagebedrijf 

Varsseveldseweg 186-188 ■ Tel. (08340) 3405 
Dokkum 

Automobielbedrijf Westra en Klevringa 

Rondweg 9-13 Tel. (05190) 2624 
Dongen 

Dongen's Automobiel- en Verhuurbedrijf 

A. C. Kimenai ■ Ger. Majellostraat 29 

Tel. (01623)2312 
Doorn 

N.V. V. h. Fa. Wed. A. W. de Haas 

Dorpsstraat 6 Tel. (03430) 2888 
Dordracht 

Ames' Automobielbedrijf - Brouwersdijk 30 

Tel. (01850) 9746 
Drachtan 

Automobielbedrijf Joh. v. d. Brug & Zn. 

Lange West 98 • Tel. (05120) 3030 
Driabargan 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf ,,Sanato" 

Hoofdstraat 100 - Tel. (03438) 2941 



Eda 

Automobielbedrijf Lanef ■ Stalionsweg 113-115 

Tel. (08380)8454 
Eamna« (Baarn) 

N.V. Autobedrijf J. K. Poll ■ Rijksstraatweg 12 

Tel. (02953) 4664-4666 
Eindhoven 

Automobielbedrijf ,,Groot Toerijme" 

Marconilaan 1 Tel. (04900) 61961 

Leenderweg 277 Tel. (04900) 14780 
Emmeloord (N.O.P.) 

Garage J. Huitema - Veerplein 

Tel. (05270) 2047-2048 
Emman 

Autobedrijf Heersmink - Noordeind 88 

Tel. (05910)1141 

Enkhuizan 

Garage Buishand - Westerstraat 



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Entchede 

Automobielbedrijf H. J. Kokkeler N.V. 
Kuipersdijk 122 Tel. (05420) 382a-6800 
Gronausestraal 47 Tel. (05420) 5220 
Haaksbergsesfraat 602 • Tel. (05420) 9008 
Henny Kokkeler, Volkswagen Service N.V. 
Jan Vermeerstraat 15 ■ Tel. (05420) 8298 
Ep« 

Garage Dalhuisen ■ Hoofdsiraat 204 
Tel. (06780) 2057 
Francker 

Garage P. de Vries Leeu Wanderweg 12 
Tel. (05170)2158 
Geldernrialtcn 

Automobielbedrijf „Cuvoga" ■ D. J van 
Wijkstraa» 9-11 Tel. (03455) 900 
Goes 

Garage Fa. C. van Strien en Zn. 
Wilhelminasfraat 74 Tel. (01100) 6646 
Gorinchem 

Arnes' Aufomobielbedrijf • Melkpad 11 
Tel. (01830) 3388 
Goudo 

Automobielbedrijf Ton van Beynum N.V 
Graaf Florisweg 31 Tel. (01820) 6644 
Gray« 

Garage H. A. Boon • Arnoud van Gelder- 
weg 85-89 • Tel. (08860) 2391 
'•-G ra venhage 

N.V. Aufomobiel-, Garage- en Exploitatie Mij. 
„Wittebrug" • Koninginnegrocht 111-129a 
Tel.(070)185181 

Fahrenheitstraaf 198 Tel. (070) 633900 
Roemer Visserstraat 136 • Tel. (070) 661727 
Herman Costerstraat/Delftselaan 
Tel. (070) 321608 

Loosduinseweg 631 • Tel. (070) 399141 
't-Gravenhoge (Rijswiik) 

Volkswagen Service Station N.V. Automobiel- 
Garage- en Exploitatie Mij. ..WiHebrug" 
Rijswijkseweg 107 Tel. (070) 986566 
'•-Gravenhoge (Voorburg) 

Volkswagen Service Station N.V. Automobiel-, 
Garage- en Exploitatie Mij. „Wittebrug" • Laari 
van Nieuw Oosteinde 293 • Tel. (070) 720285 
'•-Gravenzonde 

Garage Mondt • v. d. Kasteelestraal 36 
Tel. (01748) 3431 
Groningen 

N.V. Garage „Century" • Oosferstraat 58 

Tel. (05900) 24246. Magazijn Tel. 32132 

Nieuwe Kijk in 't Jatstraat 57 

Tel. (05900) 31843 

Paterswoldseweg • Tel. (05900) 32744 

Haarlenrt 

Automobielbedrijf Koks en de Jong 

Wagen weg 126-132 Tel. (02500) 13800 

Afd. Verkoop, Tel. (02500) 1 4297 

Filiaal Koks en de Jong • Heerensingel 169-171 

Tel. (02500)20657 

Filiaal Koks en de Jong. Afd. Plaafwerkerii 

Anfhonystraat 49 • Tel. (02500) 1 3800 

Kamsteeg's Automobielbedrijf N.V 

Julianalaan 295 • Tel. (02500) 1 1781 

Hapert 
Automobielbedrijf A. van de Ven 
Provincialeweg 64 • Tel. (04977) SSI 

Hardenberg 
Garage W. Nabers Bruchterweg 57a 
Tel. (05232) 620 

Harderwijk 

Automobielbedrijf ..Flevo" • Flevowea 10 

Tel. (03410) 2224 
Heerde 

Garage Bagerman • Dorpsstraat 16 

Tel. (06782) 636 
Heerenveen 

Automobielbedrijf D. H. Slier 

K. R. Posistraat 44 • Tel. (05130) 2715 
Heerlen 

N.V. Zuid-Limburgsche Automobiel-Mij. 

Kruisstraat 63 Tel. (04440) 4525* 
Den Helder 

Garage Hoyinck • Kanaalweg 176-177 

Tel. (02230) 3065 

Hefmond 

Garage ..De Peel" N.V. Europaweg/ 

Boerhaavelaan • Tel. (04920) 5431 
Hengelo 

Huiskes N.V. • Deldenerstraat 134 

Tel. (05400) 3624 
'•-Hertogenbotch 

Automobielbedrijven J. v. d. Udenhoul 

Oude Vlijmenseweg 186. Jac v. Maerlant- 

straat 86-^ Tel. (04100) 24251 
Hilvertum 

?eK (oÄm 07^5 • "• •''"' • ^--i--- 2 
Hoogeveen 

N.V. V. h. Fa. A. Kip Hoofdsfraal 92 

Tel. (05280) 2845 
Hoorn 

Autobedrijf Jac. Beemsterboer N.V. ■ Dr C J 

K. V. Aalstweg 1 • Tel. (02290) 4433 
Huieien 

Garagebedrijf „De Pol" Fa. Gebr. J. B. en 

Th. J. Mafers Polseweg 11 ■ Tel. (06304) 646 

42 



Kampen 

Automobielbedrijf ..Flevoland" 
Rondweg 10 Tel. (05292) 2605 
Kerkrade 

?eT (g:44"5) 38'3"7''" ' •^'«'--— -o» 
Klooiterzande 

$°,^'^,V.{°^ ^''•' ^°f '• Zan<l«pl«in 17 
Tel. (01148)412 
Leerdam 
Ames' Automobielbedrijf ■ Kerkslraol 52-58 

Leeuwarden 

De Boer's Garagebedrijf N.V. 

Verlengde Schrans 150 Tel. (05100) 21449 

Bleeklaan 145 • Tel. (05100) 23573 
Leiden (Ocgstgeeit) 

Kamsteeg's Automobielbedrijf N.V. 

Geversstraat 30 ■ Tel. (01710) 31741 
Limmen 

Automobielbedrijf Martin Schilder N V 

Rijksweg 115 ■ Tel. (02205) 215-441 
Litte 

Kamsteeg's Automobielbedrijf N.V. 
Gladiolenstraat 39 • Tel. (02530) 3045 

Maartien 

Automobielbedrijf E. A. Mastenbroek 
Breedstraat 21 • Tel. (03408) 1256 

Maattricht 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf v. Straten & Zn 
ViaRegia Tel. (04400)14378 
Looiersgracht 1 • Tel. (04400) 14379 
Ververhoek 7 • Tel. (04400) 1 21 25 

Meppel 

Automobielbedrijf Gebr. Dijkstro 

Parallelweg 23-24 • Tel. (05220) 1621 
Middelburg 

Garage ..De Baljuw" N.V. • Zuidsingel 56 

Te . 01180) 2684 ■ Westerscheldeitraat 50 

Tel. (01180) 4522 
Middenmeer 

Garage C. Klare • Brugstraat 65 

Tel. (02270)335 
Mill (N.-Br.) 

Garage Joe. Verbruggen ■ Spoorstraot 24 

Tel. (08859)616 
Muiden 

Garage ..De Wegman" • Rijksweg 59 

Tel. (02942) 282 
Muttelkanaai 

Automobielbedrijf Sikkens • Sluisstraol 92 

Tel. (05994) 2659 

Neede 

Automobielbedrijf J. A. Wormgoor 

Borculoseweg 68-70 • Tel. (05450) 392 
Numantdorp 

Garage W. G. C. Wüst 

Burg, de Zeeuwstraat 195 • Tel. (01865) 550 
Nijkerk 

Garage Schueler • Langestraat 18, 

Torenstraaf 1 Tel (03494) 1400 
Nijmegen 

Aufobednjf Jaap Vriens-Nijmegen N.V. 

Marialaan 134 Tel. (08800) 3 3441 

Hugo de Grootstraat 98 • Tel. (08800) 22849 

Oegitgeett 

Kamsteeg's Automobielbedrijf N.V. 

Geversstraat 30 • Tel. (01710) 31741 
Oldebroek 

Automobiel- en ga'agebedrijven W. van Olit 

Zuiderzeestraatweg 164 • Tel. (05253) 331 
Oldenzaal 

Autobedrijf Kamphuii Spoorstroal 25 

Tel. (05410) 2780 
Ommen 

Garage Luttekes • Stationsweg 24 

Tel. (05291)1471-1464 
Oottburg 

Garage Gebr. Brügge Ledelplein 

Tel. (01170) 24a 
Ott 

Automobielbedrijf ..Verios" N.V. 

Klaphekkensfraaf 2 ■ Tel. (04120) 2049 
Oud-Beijerland 

Garage W. G. C. Wüst Ooststraat 16 

Tel. (01860) 2400 






Purmerend 

Garage J. de Vries 
Tel. (02990) 3881 



Tramplein 5 



Raalte 

Automobielbedrijf ,.De Roef" Grote Markt 1 

Tel. (06720) 231. b.g.g. 358 
Ridderkerk 

Ames" Automobielbedrijf • Lagendiik 22 

Tel. (01896)2223 
Roermond 

Garage Rijks Minderbroedersingel 2a 

Tel. (04750) 2021 
Rootendaal 

Automobielbedrijf Verhoeven 

Burg. Prinsensingel 101-103 

Tel. (01650) 3768 



Rotterdam 

Automobielbedrijven Hoogenboom N.V. 
Von Deventerstraat 15 Tel. (010) 56600 
Centrale magaiijnen VierombacKilsstraat 24 
Tel. (010) 56600. Na werktijd 56605 
kVolkswagen-Service-Stalions 
iHoogenboom N.V. • Aelbrectitskade 96 
'Tel. (010) 56600, Na werktijd 56602 
Kortekade 86 Tel. (010) 56600. 
Na werktijd 56603 
G. J. Mulderstraal 20-22 
Tel. (010) 56600, Na werktijd 56601 
Kleiweg 189 (v.m. Sctiiebroek) 
Tel. (010) 56600. Na werktijd 56607 
Verzamelgebouw Zuidplein 
Tel. (010) 56600, Na werktijd 56612 
Burg. V. Slijpelaan 3 
Tel. (010) 56600, Na werktijd 56604 
Tankstation (dag en nacht geopend) 
Marathonweg Tel. (010) 76000, 
Stadionweg Tel. (010) 176862 

Ruurlo 

Garage Sevink - Vordenseweg 1 • 

Tel. (06735) 594 
Riisten 

ROBA Automobielbedrijf N.V. 

Holterstraatweg 85-87 

Tel. (05480) 2567-2861-2862, b.g.g. 2567 
Rijtwijk (Z.-H.) 

Volkswagen-Service-Station 

N.V. Automobiel-, Garage- en Exploitatie 

Mij. ..Wittebrug" • Rijswijkseweg 107 

Tel. (070) 986566 

Schagen 

Garage Ed. v. d. Ploeg • Havenstraat 25 

Tel. (02240) 600 
Schoonebeek 

G. Kramer • Hoofstraat 125 

Tel. (05243) 319 
Schijndel 

Automobielbedrijven J. v. d. Udenhout 

Hoofdstraat vanaf maarf 1962 
Sittard 

Garage M. Vencken N.V. 

Leijenbroekerweg 27 • Tel. (04490) 2221 

Verkoop/Administratie • Tel. (04490) 3838 
Sliedrecht 

Ames' Automobielbedrijf N.V. 

Stationsweg 70 Tel. (01840) 2768 
Sneek 

Automobielbedrijf H. P'.eifer, Werkpl., 

Magazijn. Kantoor - Valkstraat 2 

Tel. (05150) 3762 

Servicestation • Leeuwarderweg 4 

Tel. (05150) 2062 
Soett 

Automobielbedrijf Gebr. Van Kooy 

Soesterbergsestraat 2 • Tel. (02955) 4051 
Sommeltdifk 

Automobielbedrijf J. L. de Lignie 

Dorpsweg 34 Tel. (01870) 2343 
Spakenburg 

Fa. G. Koelewijn ■ Spuistraat 69 en 94 

Tel. (03499) 388-354 
Spijkenitie 

Garage W. G. C. Wüst • Groene Kruisweg, 

hoek Misgomseweg ■ Tel. (01880) 2252 
Steenbergen 

Automobielbedrijf W. v. d. Kar 

Kaaistraal 48 Tel. (01670) 3250 
Steenwiik 

Garage Jubbega 

Burg. G. Borgesiusstroat 8 

Tel. (05210)2152 

Terneuzen 

Garage Jos Voet - Nieuwe Invalsweg 

Tel. (01150) 3456 
Texel (Den Burg) 

Dros' Autocentrale - Schildereind 56 

Tel. (02220) 2151 
Tiel 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf Septer 

Stationsweg 8 Tel. (03440) 3863-2073 
Tilburg 

N.V. Garage Naaijkens ■ Veldhovensfraat 9 

Tel. (04250) 30090. Korvelseweg 225-231 

Tel. (04250) 25410 

Uithuizen 

Fa. G. Dinkia Bovenhuizen 50 Tel. 243, 
Schoolslraat 1 • Tel. 13 
Utrecht 

Automobielbedrijf ..Terberg Utrecht" N.V. 

Oudenoord 23 Tel. (030) 1 3944. 

Servicestation 

F. C. Donderstraat 17 ■ Tel. (030) 1 3944 

Tankstation 

Weg der Verenigde Nahes 

Tel. (030) 13944 

Vaali 

Garage International ■ Wilhelminaplein 39 
Tel. (04454) 325-812 



Vaikenburg (L.) 

Garage Nerum ■ Oud-Valkenburgerweg 

Tel. (04406) 2200 
Vortteveld 

Garage Ruesink • Spoorstraot 17 

Tel. (08352) 227 
Veendam 

Van der Ploeg's Automobielbedrijf 

Julianalaan 26 Tel. (05987) 33 37-3338 
Veenendaal 

N.V. v.h. Fa. Wed. A. W. de Haas 

Kerkewijk 91 ■ Tel. (08385) 2845 
Veghel 

Automobielbedrijf Gebr. Aarts 

N.C.B.-Iaan 117 • Tel. (04130) 31-71-3172 
Velp 

VW-Service Station 

Sanders' Automobielbedrijf N.V. • Enkweg 41 

Tel. (08302) 3245 
Venio 

Garage von de Ven • Kaidenkerkerweg 17-18 

Tel. (04700) 5555 

Panhuisstraat 5-23 • Tel. (04700) 5555 

Burg, van Rijnsingel 2 ■ Tel. (04700) 5555 
Venraij 

Automobielbedrijf J. Derksen • Patersstraal 29a 

Tel. (04780)1256 
Viaardingen 

Volkswagen-Service-Station 

Hoogenboom N.V. • Wm. Beukelszoonstraat 63 

Tel. (01898) 2590. Tel. (01800) 11 5320 
Viagtwedde 

De Wit's Automobielbedrijf 

Wilhelminasfraat 4 • Tel. (05993) 2323 
Vlittingen 

Garage .,De Baljuw" N.V. Koudekerkseweg 1 

Tel.(01184)2133-3650 
Voorburg 

Volkswagen-Service-Station 

N.V. Automobiel-, Garage- en Exploitatie 

Mij. ,, Wittebrug" • Laan van Nieuw 

Oosteinde 293 Tel. (070) /20285 

Waalwijk 

Automobielbedrijf W. B. J. van Mossel 

Grolestraa» 258 • Tel (04160) 2519 
Wageningen 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf A. P. Ackermann 

Dijkgraafseweg 24a • Tel. (08370) 3700, 

b.g.g. 3104 
Waiienaar 

Garage Jansen ■ Rijksstraatweg 773 

Tel. (01751) 9941-9940, Na werktijd 

(01751) 9248-9697, 8387-91 76 
Weert 

Garage Keent ■ Dries 10 

Tel. (04950) 3026-3651 
Weetp 

Automobielbedrijf ,,De Wegman" 

Sportparklaan 2 Tel. (02940) 3102 
Westerbork 

Garage Boer ■ Hoofdstraat 19 

Tel. (05933) 228-243 
Wintchoten 

Garage D. Doornbos 

Burg. Schönfeldplein 9-13 • Tel. (05970) 3300 
Wintertwijk 

Automobielbedrijf J. Langwerden 

Europalaan 15-17 Tel. (05430) 2133 
Woerden 

Fa. J. Hirschmann • Leidsestraatweg 124 

Tel. (03480) 2409 
Wormerveer 

Automobielbedrijf De Jong N.V. 

Eschdoornlaan 40 Tel. (02980) 81343 

IJmuiden 

Automobielbedrijf Fa. G. Berendsen en Zn. 
Edisonstraat 4 • Tel. (02550) 5544 
IJttelttein 

W. G. Terberg & Zn., IJsselstein N.V. 
Provinclaleweg 1-3 • Tel. (03478) 378-694 

Zaandam 

Automobielbedrijf De Jong N.V, 

De Sav, Lohmonstraat 19 

Tel. (02980) 65729 
Zaitbommel 

V. Leeuwen's Automobielbedrijf 

Boschstraal 29-31 Tel. (04180) 573 
Zandvoort-Bad 

Automobielbedrijf Davids 

Burg. Engelbertssiraal 19-21 

Tel. (02507) 3825 
Zeiit 

N.V. Automobielbedrijf ,,Sanato" 

Sanatoriumlaan 14-16 Tel. (03404) 2178 
Zelhem 

Garage Gebr. Sevink - Markt 1 

Tel. (08342) 226 
Zevenaar 

Garage H. L. Thönissen ■ Arnhemseweg 1 

Tel. (08360) 3012 
Zutphen 

Garage G. van Zijll N.V. Wellesiraot 

Tel. (06750)4839 

43 



ZwolU 

Garage Bercndsen en de Groaf 
Bankastraot Tel. (05200) 1 304^ 

Wipstrikkerallee 35 Tel. (05200) 1 5052 
Tankstation 



Meppelerstractweg • Tel. (05200) 1 8764 
Service Station 

Hertenitraat 25 • Tel. (05200) 11310 
Zwijndrccht 

Arnes' Automobielbedrijf 
Rolterdomseweg 350 • Tel. (01850) 25012 



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Importeur: Harald A. Moller A/S • Postschließfach 1464 V • Stortingsgt. 30 
Tel. 41 7355 • Cable Stromcar Oslo • Telex 1129 Stromcar 



Alla 

Hans Skoglund Tel. 1 21 
Arendal 

O. M. Lunde & Co. Bledekjcr • Tel. 3800 
Atkim 

Erling Red A/S • Tel. 311 

Bergen 

J. Teigland A/S • Slottsgt. 3 • Tel. 1 9670 

Werkstatt: Mellendalsvn. 17 ■ Tel. 95717 
Bjarkelangen 

Falken Auto • Tel. 92 
Bod« 

Sigmund Nesheim • Storgt. 19 • Tel. 22101 
Brandbu 

Bilcentralen A/L • Tel. 335 

Dalen, Telemark 

Lio Auto • Tel. 27 B 
Dokka 

H. Haraldsens Bilverksted ■ Tel. 300 
Drommen 

Chr. Opsahls Bilforrefning A/S 

Schwenckegt. 8 • Tel. 836095 

Elverum 

Olrud Auto Tel. 1831 

Fannrem 

Orkia Autoverksted • Tel. 1193 
FInnsnes 

Brodr. Braathen Mek. Verksted • Tel. 77 
Fjellhamar 

Bil Service A/S • Stromsvn. 192 

Tel. 701680 
Flekkefjord 

J. Kvinlaug. • Tel. 2294 
Fredrikttad 

Halstensens Auto • Rolvseyvn. 29 • Tel 2395 
F*rde 

Berge & Co. A/S • Tel. 1 96 

Gjvvik 

Branfclt Auto A/S • Strandgt. 24 • Tel. 71257 
Auto Service Strandgt. 24 • Tel. 71181 

Halden 

Jacob Jacobsen Bredles ■ Tel. 1730 
Homar 

Olrud Auto • Ostregt. 11-13 • Tel. 21526 
Harttod 

Arne Johnsens Bilverksted • Sama • Tel. 2530 
Haugesund 

Sannes & Co. • Kirkegt. 216 • Tel. 4842 
Her»ya 

Oya Autoservice Tel. 60443 
Hof i Vestfold 

Haslestad Bilverksted Tel. 61 
Hokktund 

Hokksund Auto ■ Tel. 1107 
Holmestrand 

Botne bilverksted • Tel. 1 60 
Hanefos« 

Karlsens Bilforrelnino • Storgt 17 

Tel. 344 

Jesfheim 

Jessheim Auto A/S ■ Tel. 1140 

Ko\t6» 

Kolsis Autoservice Brynsvn 132 

Tel. 539746 
Kongtbcrg 

Anders Spilen • Herrn. Fossgt. • Tel. 361 
Kongtvinger 

Kongsvinger Auto ■ Glommensat. 25 

Tel. 4230 
Krittiantond S 

Gumpens Auto Tordenskjoldsgt. 1 

Tel. 29592 
Kristiantund N 

O. Husby Bil- og Motorforretning 

Fosnagt. 16 Tel. 1980 

Lorvik 

Walter Rimstad Hoviand ■ Tel. 4303 
Levonger 

Norheims bilverksted Tel. 236 
Lillehammer 

Aksjeselskapet Auto Tel. 51606 
Ljmgdal 

C. Lehne Automobilforretning Tel 24252 



Mandal 

Vestnes Auto A/S ■ Tel. 1060, 1308 
Moirana 

Bjcsrn Skyrud A/S • Tel. 468 
Molde 

Bj. Redseth Romsdalsgt. 21 ■ Tel. 544 
Most 

Erling Skauby • Kongensgt. 21 • Tel. 3135 

K. Odegaard Smie & Bilverksted • Skoggt. 15 

Tel. 1716 «w ^ 

Myeen 

Mysen Auto A/S • Tel. 1290 

Narvik 

Svebjern Auto • Dronningensgl. 39 

Tel. 2407 

Bilmekanik A/S • Fagernes • Tel. 2664 
Neebyen 

Nesbyen Auto • Tel. 62 
Netodden 

Finn Granerud & Co. • Tel. Fjellstrand 11 50 
Netodden 

Sagofoss Bil og Mek. Verksted A/S 

Tel. 911 A 

Odda 

A/S Odda Auto • Tel. 2517 
Oslo 

Harald A. Meiler A/S • Stortingsgt. 30 

Tel. 417355 

Werkstätten : 

Drammensvn. 145 ■ Tel. 555390 

Enebakkvn. 135 ■ Tel. 671661 

Bradr. Mikkelsen Bentsebrugt. 15-17 

Tel. 381675 

Nordlie. Tvettum & Co. • Okernvn. 144b 

Tel. 212250 
Otto 

Otto Auto Tel. 84. 220 
Overhdlla 

Jobs. Blengsli & Sen ■ Tel. 80 

Rjukcn 

Rjukan Bil- og Motorsykkelverksted 
Tel. 1160T 

Sandefjord 

Henry Ohre ■ Thor Dahls gt. 8b 
Tel. 62652 

Werkstatt: Thor Dahls gt. 10 • Tel. 62256 
Sandnes 

Gabriel Ostrdtt • Lura • Tel. 63097 
Sarptborg 

Johi-i Dahle ■ St. Maries gt. 106 
Tel 51190 
Skien 

Ojtbye Pedersens Auto A/S ■ Mjelaaf. 13 
Tel. 20400 
Skotterud 

Kr. Repseth Auto • Tel. 5417 
Stavanger 

Peder S. Fjetland Storgt. 21 • Tel. 24115 
Steinkjer 

Grendahl Auto A/S • Olvegt. 18 • Tel. 62354 
Stryn 

Karstad & Co. • Tel. 20 
Sunndolsara 

Sunndal Meiert A/L • Tel. 11 30 
Svolvaer 

Berg & Co. A/S • Tel. 11 

Troms« 

A/S Normotor Sjegala 19-21 ■ Tel. 1566 
Trondheim 

Grendahl Auto A/S ■ Clav Trygvasons gt. 51 

Tel. 30053 

Werkstatt: Paul Fjermstads vei 26 

Tel. 30049 
Tensbarg 

Jesperseri & Thon A/S • Kanalvei 1-3 

Tel. 1 3203 
Tynset 

Esso-Stasjonen • Tel. 302 
Vod*« 

Asbjorn Dragnes • Tel. 1381 
Voss 

S. Oftedal ■ Tel. 1 68 

Alesund 

A. Steen Savik Kipervikgt. 27 • Tel. 1575 
Andalsnes 

Nils Heggenr» • Tel. U 



Importeur: Porsche Konstruktionen KG • Postschließfach 164 
Fanny-v.-Lehner-Str. 1 
SALZBURG 
Tel. 72581 • Cable Porscheauto Salzburg • Telex 06/591 



Abtenau 

Ludwig Picker • Nr. 94 • Tel. (06243) 218 
Admont 

Franz Bammer ■ Gesäusestr. 231 - Tel. 20 
Aichdorf, Post Fohnsdorf 

Herbert Neubauer - Tel. Zeltweg 1 33 
Amstetten 
WenzI Schröder OHG. • Wiener Str. 57 
Tel. (07472)2513 
Arnoldstein 

August Schicho - Triester Bundesstr. 
Tel. (04255) 1 96 
Aspang 

Ing. Friedrich Selkes • Tel. (02642) 277, 285 
Atferse« 

Friti Hintermeyer • Nr. 94 • Tel. 1 
Bad Aussee 

Rudolf Kogler ■ Ischler Str. 215 
Tel. (06152)2307 
Boden 
Alfred Gramsei • Hötzendorfpiatz 2a 
Tel. (02252) 39223 
Badgastein 

Hermann Magerle • Tel. (06434) 2263 
Bad Ischl 

A. Mannberger • Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Str 11 
Tel. (06132) 3834 
Bezau 

Arthur Ruf Nr. 145 • Tel. (05514) 338 
Birkfeid 

Franz Derler Nr. 118 ■ Tel. 44 
Bischofshofen 

Hans Vierthaler • Salzburger Str. 69 
Tel. (06462) 532 
Bludenz 

Rudi Lins - Wiener Bundesstr. 
Tel. (05552) 21 85 
Braunou/Inn 
August HengstI ■ Bahnhofstr. 26 
Tel. (07722) 3217 
Bregenz 
Anton Hartsieben • Am Tannenbach, 
Reichsstr. 8 Tel. (05574) 2487 
Brixiegg 

Wilhelm Strosser ■ Herrenhausplatz 65 
Tel. (05337) 233 
Brück a. d. Mur 

Franz Ebner • Wiener Str. 34 • Tel. (03862) 51709 
Bruck/GIstr. 

Franz Proske • Tel. (06545) 226 
Bruck/Leitha 

Leopold Krakhofer & Söhne 
Alte Wiener Str. 886 ■ Tel. 234 
Brunn a. Geb. 
Josef Narowetz • Pechhüttenbrunneng. 4-10 
Tel. (02236) Mödling 2428 
Oeutschlandsberg 

Rudolf Haas - Schwanberger Str. 8 
Oornbirn 

Rudolf Wehinger & Co. ■ Schwefel 28 
Tel. (05572) 2078. 2079 
Ebensee 

Walter Richter • Haupfstr. 21 • Tel. (06133) 348 
Eferding 

Franz Schicho ■ Bahnhofstr. 21 
Tel. (07272) 378 
Eisenstadt 
Josef Kamper & Co. • RusterstraBe 
Tel. (02682) 2955 

Matthias Mayr • Bergsfr. 10 • Tel. (02682) 2722 
Enns 

Ing. Josef Moritz • Dr.-Renner-Str. 14 
Tel. (07223) 377 
Ernstbrunn 

Michael Madner Hirschmüllerstr. 16 • Tel. 22 
Eurotsfeld 

Johann Hochwallner ■ Nr. 153 • Tel. 12 
Feldkirch-Altenstadt 

Gottfried Koch Reichsstr. 62 
Tel. (05522) 21 20 
Feldkirchen 

Alois Wilhelmer Wilhelm-Busch-Str. 1 
Tel. (04276) 21 68 
Frankenmarkt 

Oswald Fmk FloBstatt 1 • Tel. 62 
Freistadt 

Leopold Sunk • Linzer Vorstadt 260 Tel. 292 
Friedberg 

Rudolf Kritx iun. 
Frohnleiten 

Franz Fmk Porkweg 7 • Tel. 51 
Fürstenfeld 

Hans Nebauer & Sohn Ledergasse 15 Tel. 2 72 
Gtfnserndorf 

Hans Temper & Co. • Wiener Str. 9 
Tel. (02282) 410 
Gleisdorf 

Wiener-Zimmer Wechselbundesttr. • Tel. 1 35 



Waschanger 10 
Bahnhofstr. 



Nr. 84 



Tel. (04764) 271 
Tel. 9301 
Tel. 336 



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30 



Gmünd 

Karl Rührl 
Gmunden 

Kreuzer & Co. 
Gniebing/Feldb. 

Franz Trümmer 
Graz 

Autohaus Robinson OHG. • Annenstr 

Tel. (03122) 88224 Telex 03/205 

Autohaus Robinson OHG. • Kärntner Str 

Tel. (03122) 97617, 97618 

Josef Ciserl Triester Str. 11 ■ Tel.(03122)88583 

Schippinger & VogI KG. Wiener Str. 23 

Tel. (03122)97422.88515 
Greifenburg 

Isidoi Kohlmaier • Nr. 178 • Tel 
Grieskirchen 

Karl Zecher Trattnachtolstr. 11 • 
Groß Petersdorf 

Karl Vasitz • Feldgasse 2 • Tel. 75 
Gutenstein 

Valentin Gruber • Hauptstraße 102 

Tel. (02634) 237 
Haus a. d. Enns 

Ferdinand Meissnitzer ■ Nr. 46 
Hollabrunn 

Znaimer Str. 4 



(04712) 286 
• Tel. 1 02 



Tel. 384 



■ Prager Str. 55 
Tel. 286 

■ Tel. (05412) 410 



Tel. 615 



Alois Wunderer 
Hörn 

Ing. Rudolf Maly 
Hz 

Theodor Mager • 
Imst 

Hans Eisenngler 
Innsbruck 

„VOWA" OHG. • Haüerstraße 

Tel. (05222) 8397, 8398 • Telex 05/483 

Autodienst Innsbruck-West KG. 

Fürsten weg 11f ■ Tel. (05222) 3453 
Jennersdorf f 

Franz Posch ■ Tel. 80 
Juden bürg 

Othmar A. Franz • Burggasse 16 ■ Tel. 112 
Koindorf/Hortberg 

Hans Ebner Nr. 145 • Tel. 25 
Kopelln a. d. P. 

August Hofbauer Nr. 27 • Tel. 3 
Kindberg 

Friedrich Windbacher • Nr. 67 

Tel. (03865) 211 
Kirchbach/Post Zerlach 

Hans Matzer OHG. ■ Nr. 73 • Tel. 32 
Kirchdorf/Krems 

Hans G ratzer • Sfeiermärker Str. 14 • Tel. 196 
Klagenfurt 

Autovertretung Heinz Knoch • VillacherStr.213 

Tel. (04222) 3721 ■ Telex 04/301 

Autohaus Ing. Petrifsch & Co. • Völkermarkter 

Str. 125 Tel. (04222) 3323 
Knittelfeld 

Erich Irro Wiener Str. 24 • Tel. 275 
Krems 

A. Birngruber & Co. ■ Wertheimstr. 2 

Tel. (02732) 21 39 
Kremsmünster 

Ernst Engimaier • Nr. 129 Tel. 95 
Kufstein 

Hans Scheffold KG. Zellerstr. 29 
Tel. (05372) 2840 

Loa o. d. Thoyo 

Kollmann & Co. • Nordbohnstr. 30 • Tel. 317 
Lomprechtshousen 

Leonhard Forsthofer • Nr. 232 

Tel. (06274) 264 
Landeck 

Ludwig Harrer - Te 
Lend 

Hermann Reisinger 
Leibnitz 

Franz Kamposch's Wwe 

Tel. 113 
Leoben 

Bruder Kampl - Josef-Hei8l-Str 

Tel. (03842) 2718 
Lienz 

Alois Pontiller Kdrntnerstr. 70 

Tel. (04852) 2705 
Linz/Donau 

,,AVEG" Oberosterr. Volkswagenvertrieb 

Inh. Julius Eltz Stelzhammertlr. 10 

Tel. (07222) 25107/8 Telex 02/341 

Johann Fuchs Fabrikstr. 32 Tel. (07222) 22050 

Hons Grubhofer - Wiener Reichsstr. 52a 

Tel. (07222) 22070 
Linz-Hort 76 

„AVEG" Oberosterr. Volkswagenvertrieb 

Inh. Julius Eltz Salzburger Bundesstr. 

Tel. (07222) 41 341 



. (05U2) 463 
Tel. (06426) 226 

Grazer Str. 30a 

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Linz-Urfahr 

Max Voggenhuber • Raindlstr. 41 
Tel. (07222) 31559 
Littchau 

Erwin Buhl Vorstadt 62 
Litzvitdorf 

Frani Ostermann • Nr. 143 • Tel. 5 
Lunz am Se« 

Franz Schweighofer • Tel. U 
Luttenau 

H. & E. Sperger Hohenemser Str. 3 
Tel. (05577) 2025 
Maißau 

Ing. Rudolf Maly Tel. 7 
Marbach/Oonau 

Ing. Alfred Kerner Nr. 6 Tel. 37 
Mariazell 

Max Eder Wiener Str. 76 • Tel. 226 
Mattighofen 

Josef John Braunauer Str. 12 • Tel. 93 
Mauterndorf/Lg. 

Peter Griessner • Nr. 117 • Tel. (06472) 318 
Mayrhofen-Zillertfil 

Zillertaler Verkehrsbetriebe AG 
Tel. (05285) 3U 
Melk/Oonau 

Friedrich Huber Brandtauerstr. 14 
Tel. (02752) 560 
Millttatt/Se« 

Franz Kraller • Hauptsir. 120 • Tel. (04766) 282 
Miatelbach 

Viktor Eybel Frani-Josef-Str. 19-21 • Tel 35 
Mittertill 

Klaus Huber Tel. (06562) 253 
Mondtee 

Dr.-Ing. Kramberger & Co. ■ Rainerstr. 130 
Tel. (06224)419 
Mootdorf 

Josef Kaini Tel. 8 
Mühldorf/Pott Scharnttein 

Fritz Bittendorfer • Nr. 159 Tel. 29 
Mürzzutchlag 

K. Orthuber Wiener Str. 107 • Tel. 210 
Murau 

Albin Schuhberger • Grazer Str. 20 • Tel. 72 
Mureck 

Karl & Willi Brodmerkel ■ Tel. 49 
Neulengbach 

August Hofbauer • Nr. 13 ■ Tel. 188 
Neumarkt 

Josef Petzl Nr. 28 ■ Tel. 38 
Obernberg/Inn 

Josef Weilguny • Salzburger Str. ■ Tel. 37 
Obertrum 

Herbert Reibersdorfer • 
Tel. Maftsee (06217) 292 
Obervellach 

Georg Niedrist Nr. 120 ■ Tel. (04782) 292 
Perg 

Heinz Günther Linzer Str. 58 • Tel 1 50 
Pinkafeld 

Robert Küffer Gerbergasse 3 • Tel 298 
Pöggttall 

Franz Schlager • Hauptstr. 142 
Pörtichach/Wörthertee 

Norbert Schandl lO.-Oktober-Str 4 
Tel. (04272) 401 
Poytdorf 

Johann Parisch • Wiener Str. 21 • Tel. 68 
Preding 

Gottfried Nebel & Co. OHG. • Tel. 29 
Purkertdorf 

Ignaz Mohringer Wiener Str. 40 
Tel. (02231) 505 

Radttodt 

Hans Nemecek's Wtw. • Tel. (06465) 259 
Randegg 

Brüder Pruckner jun. • Nr. 46 ■ Tel. 13 
Raurit/Pzg. 

Hans Kasper Nr. 47 • Tel. (06544) 215 
Retz-Obernaib 

Johann Erlenwein Kremser Str. 207 

Tel. 98 
Reutte 

Johann Strele Allgäuer Str. • Tel. (05672) 679 
Ried i, Innkreit 

Hans Rachbouer • Frankenburger Str 19 

Tel. (07752) 2325 
Rohrbach 

Fritz Schochmonn • Tel. 81 
Rottenmann 

Ing. E. Kohlbacher Nr. 320 • Tel. 47 
Salzburg 

Porsche Konstruktionen K.G. ■ Porschehof 

Tel. (06222) 72581 

Telex 06/591 Postfach 164 

Porsche Konstruktionen K.G. • Alpenslroße 175 

Tel. (06222) 72581 

Rudolf Gamisch Münchner Bundesstr 7 
Tel. (06222)4133 

Georg Harlander Schillinghofstr. 14 
Tel (06222) 71698 

Wilhelm Hoffmann Innsbrucker Bundesstr 70 
Tel. (06222) 5767 
Schörding/Inn 

Max Stra.iser Linzer Str. 254 • Tel. 437 

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Scheibbt 

Franz Willenpart • Heuberg 14 Tel. 480 
Scheifllng 

Fritz Cinibulk Tel. 10 
Schotlwien 

Karl Orthuber jun. & Co. 
Tel. (02663)210. 215 
Schremt 

Alois Greiner Gmünder Str. 28 • Tel. 117 
Schwanentladt 

Josef Willeit • Sladtplatz 10 Tel. 219 
Schwaz 

Hans Picker Innsbrucker Sfr. 79 
Tel. (05242)2231 
Seefeld 

Karl Glas, Seegarage • Tel. (05212) 247 
Seewalchen/Attertee 

Johann Lenzenweger • Nr. 136 
Tel. Kammer 215 
Spittal/Drau 

Ferdinand Staber ■ Tirolerstr. 22a 
Tel. (04762) 2471 
Stainz 

Rudolf Haas • Bahnhofstr. 46 • Tel. 74 
St. Anton/Arlbg. 

Johann Falch • Wiener Bundesstraße 
Tel. (05446) 278 
St. Johann/Pg. 

Josef Scheucher • Nr. 2 • Tel. (06412) 440 
St. Johann/Tirol 

Auto-Schwaiger. Inh. Josef Schwaiger 
Kaiserstr. 538 Tel. (05352) 250 
St. Michael/Lg. 

Johann Lechner jun. Tel. (06477) 209, 315 
St. Paul/Lavanttal 

Alfons Vosold Tel. 252 
St. Polten 

Friedrich Huber Mariazeller Str. 85 
Tel. (02742) 21 68 
St. Valentin 

Anton Grießenberger • Westbahnstr. 108 
Tel. 1 48 
St. Veit/Glan 

Harrich & Co. Klagenfurterstr. 80 
Tel. (04212)595 
Steyr 

Kundendienstanlage Isabellenhof 
Neuschönauer Hauptstr. • Tel. (07252) 2455 
Stockerau 

Josef Donnaberger's Wwe. 
Sparkassaplatz Tel. 216 
Straßwalchen 

Anton Reiser • Nr. 76 ■ Tel. (06215) 208 
Strobl/Woifgangtee 

Franz Kasberger Nr. 188 Tel. (06137) 249 
Tamtweg/Lungau 

Hermann Fuchsberger • Tel. (06474) 284 
Thalgau 

Martin Schmidhuber • Nr 60 
Tel. (06225) 228 
Traitkirchen 

Alfred Gramsei Wiener Str. 50 
Tel. Baden (02252) 5254 
Trautenfelt 

Kajetan Weinacht Unterburg 17 
Tel. Stainach 342 
Tulln 

A. Birngruber & Co. • Frauentorgasse 8 
Tel. 608 
Turnau b. Aflenz 

Otto Aigner ■ Nr 40 Tel. 26 

Umhauten/Ötztal 

Alois Kapferer Tel. (05252) 218 
Unken 
Johann Leitinger's Wwe. Niederland 85 
Tel. (06249) 220 
Unterzeiring 

Franz Kritz • Nr. 11 Tel. Oberzeiring 26 
Velden/Wörthert. 

Ing. Franz Tiller Klagenfurter Sfr. 15 
Tel. (04274) 648 
Villach 

Dipl. -Ing. Heinz König & Co. 
Ossiacherzeile 50 Tel. (04242) 51 51 
Vöcklabruck 

Gustav Esthofer Linzer Straße • Tel 2706 
Völkermarkt 

Franz Pogatschnigg • Griffener Vorstadt 4 
Tel. (04232) 312 
Voigttberg 

Franz Friperfinger Packer Bundesstr. 
Tel. (03142) 222 
Waidhofen/Thaya 

Leopold Wais Wiener Sir. 62 ■ Tel. 178 
Waidhofen/Ybbt 

Hubert Hojas ■ Erhord-Wild-Platz 7 ■ Tel. 112 
Weiz 

Schippinger & VogI KG. 
Gleisdorfer Str. 111 Tel. (03172) 296 
Welt 

Franz Plöckinger Stelzhommerttr. 19a 
Tel. (07242) 5293 
Wepperidorif 

Egon Konig & Sohn OHG. 
Hauptstr. 1 a • Tel. (02618) 286 
Werndorf b. Wilden 
Anton Kölbl - Tel. 321 



Frc 

m Tel 



Weyer/Morkt 

Fronz Ruthner • Promenade 247 • Tel. 29 
Weyregg/Allertce 

Franz Eder Nr. 108 Tel. 24 

ien I 

tohaus Alfred LIcwers OHG. ■ Slubenring 18 
I. (0222) 528980 Telex 01/1524 
a & Höpfl ' Opernring 6-8 
(0222) 527727/28 
Wien III 

Autohaus Liewers OHG. ■ Boumgaste 38-40 

Tel. (0222) 722386 
Wien V 

„Pilgrambrücke" ■ Rechte Wienzelle 87 

Tel. (0222) 571396 

L. & F. Langschwert - Amtshausgasse 4 

Tel. (0222) 577204 
Wi«nlX 

F. Milterreiler's Wwe. - Säulengasse 3 

Tel.(0222)327177 
Wien X 

„Spinnerin am Kreuz", Autohaus Liewers OHG. 

Triesler Str. 87 • Tel. (0222) 641681 
Wien XII 

,,Philadelphiabrücke" GmbH. 

Breitenfurter Str. 31 - Tel. (0222) 548388, 549325 

Lambert Rischka ■ Arndtstr. 58-60 

Tel. (0222) 541173, 545659 
Wien XV 

John & Co. • Zwölferg. 15 ■ Tel. (0222) 548332 

Otio König ■ Avedikstr. 31 

Tel. (0222) 548612, 542490 
Wien XVI 

Ignatz Mohringer • Ottakringer Str. 112 

Tel. (0222) 661460 
Wien XVII 

Stua & Höpfl ■ Rötzerg. 60 

Tel. (0222) 663387, 662449 



Friedrich Schworz, Pächter: Ing. Franz Jobst 

Lacknerg. 47 • Tel. (0222) 663604 
Wien XVIII 

Friedrich Schwarz, Pächter: Ing. Franz Jobst 

Schopenhauerstr. 47 Tel. (0222) 337607 
Wien XIX 

OHo Weilguni • Muthg. 16 

Tel. (0222) 362274, 363310 
Wien XXI 

Rudolf Gerstinger 

Stammersdorf, Brünner Str. 264 

Tel. (0222) 372306, 371170 
Wien XXII 

M. Schwandl & Co. • Wagramer Str. 14 

Tel. (0222)551374, 558521 
Winditchgartten 

Rudolf Poppenwimmer & Co 

Linzer Str. 163 • Tel. 290 
Wörgl 

Hans Scheffold • Salzburger Sfr. 38 

Tel. (05332) 268 
Wr. Neuttadt 

Porsche & Co. • Neunkirchnerstr. 90 

Tel. (02622) 3591 

Ing. Julius Gschwind • Wiener Straße 51 

Tel. (02622) 41 08 



Ybbi 

Ing. Alfred Kerner 
Tel. 1 69 



Bahnhofstr. 15 



Zell am See 

Porsche Konstruktionen KG. 

Salzachtalbundesstraße - Tel. (06542) 2749 
Zell am Zilier 

Hermann Huber • Tel. (05282) 221 
Zwettl 

Ferdinand Berger Landstraße 29 • Tel. 281 



PORTUGAL 



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Apartado 2822 



Importeur: Sociedade Comercial Gu6rln S.A.R.L 

Praga dos Restauradores 72-74 » - 

LISBOA 2 

Tel. 366751 • Cable Gu^rin Restauradores Lisboa 



Abrante« 

„Aral"-Ag£ncla de Representa^Aes e 
Aulom6veis. Lda. - Largo 
Avelar Machado 28 • Tel. 1 25 
Almeirim 

,,Autal" Auto-Comercial de Almeirim, Lda. • 
Rua Dionislo Saraiva - Tel. 212 
Aveiro 

Vieira, Tavares & Ca., Lda. 
Av. Dr. Lourenfo Peixinho, 61-61A 
Tel. 23161 
Beja 

Costa & Silva, Lda. - Rua Ramalho Ortigoo, 46 
Tel. 782 
Bombarral 
Auto-Alexandres - Pereira & Alexandret 
(Irmaos), Lda. - Rua D. Afonso Henriques 
Tel. 1 40 
Broga 

Oliveira, Machado & Ramos, Lda. 
Av. Marechal Gomes da Costa, 3 e 21 
Tel. 23315 
Caldat da Rainha 
Bento Lourenfo da Silva 
Rua Heröis da Grande Guerra, 128 
Tel. 22383 
Cattelo Branco 

Garagem Cordas (Jos6 Pedro Cordas) 
Av. Marechal Carmona ■ Tel. 305 e 805 
Chavei 

Garagem Auto Flaviense (Emllio Macedo 
e Sousa) - Rua Candido Sotto Mayor 
Tel. 231 
Coimbra 

Sociedade Comercial Guirin S.A.R.L. 
Loreto Tel. 22031/2 
CovilKa 
Telfriaulo, Lda., (Est. Servi(o BP) 
Av. MarquSt de Avila e Bolama ■ Tel. 23486 
Elvo« 

Elvauto, Lda. ■ Largo Senhora da Oliveira, 11 
Tel. 1 24 
Evora 

Garagem Sacor-Volkswogen (Pedro de Abreu 
Coutinho) • Av. de Sdo Sebaslido 
(äs Portos de Alconchel) ■ Tel. 23318 
Paro 

"Salco"-Sociedade Algarvia de Carburantet 
e Oleos, Lda. ■ Largo dos Mercados, 65 
Tel. 278 

Guarda 

Automöveis da Beira, Lda. 
Largo Marechal Carmona, 14 • Tel. 121 
Cuimaraet 
Auto-Lis - Paul Matias & Ferreira, Lda. 
Av. D. JoAo IV Tel. 4049 



Leiria 

Lubrigaz, Lda. - Rua Cap. Mousinho 
de Albuquerque, 38-42 - Tel. 221 35 
Litboa 
Sociedade Comercial Gu6rin S.A.R.L. 
Rua D. Luis I, 27 
Tel. 6701 57, 665348 e 6681 55 
Sociedade Comercial Gu6rin S.A.R.L. 
Av. da India ■ Tel. 61 01 21 Service de Graissage 
Sociedade Comercial Gu6rin S.A.R.L. 
Av. Almirante Gago Coutinho lote 85 
Tel. 726191/5 

Sociedade Comercial Gu6rin, S.A.R.L. 
Rua Jo&o Saraiva, 1 ■ Tel. 720146 e 723840 
Mario Baplista Coelho, Lda. - Rua de Slo 
Antonio d Estrela, 33 • Tel. 664745 
Garagem Auto Monumental do Areeiro, Lda. 
Av. Padre Manuel da N6brega, 8 
Tel. 727654 e 727765 

Sociedade Comercial AutomobiKstica Robur, 
Lda. Av. Visconde Valmor, 20 • Tel. 771797 

Mirandela 

Auto-H6rcules ■ Rua da Repüblico ■ Tel. 148 
Moura 
Auto Salüquia, Lda. - Rua 28 de Maio 
Tel. 234 

Ponte de Sor 

Rodrigues & Figueira. Lda. 

Rua Luis de Camdes - Tel. 116 
Portalegre 

..Cegrel" - Centro Comercial de Portalegre 

Lda. ' Av. da Liberdade (Lado Oriental) 

Tel. 314 e 414 
Porto 

Gu4rin (Porto). Lda. ■ Pätio do Bolhao 

128-146 Tel. 25087 

Guirin (Porto), Lda. - Rua Santos Pousada 1101 

Tel. 46788 

Regua 

Humberto de Carvalho Vasques (Filho) 

Av. Dr. Manuel Arriaga • Tel. 271 
Santo Tirto 

Auto Servico das Rät - Rua Ferreira de 

Lemos e Rua das Rät ■ Tel. 300 
Setubal 

Goragem cetöbriga, Lda. - Rua Almeida 

Garrett. 48 - Tel. 22571 
Sintra 

Auto Ventura - Av. Jos6 Frederico Ulrich 

(Portela) Tel. 980500 
Tomor 

,,Aral"- Agtncia de RepresenlofAet 

e Automöveis. Lda. - Av. Condestävel 

D. Nuno Alvaret Pereira, 10 Tel. 3253 



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Torrmn Nova* 

„Aral"- AgCncia de Repr«««nlacAes 

« Aulom6veii, Lda. ■ Rua Miguel Bomborda 21 

Tel. 22389 



Torres Vedrat 

Garagem Atlantica, Lda. 
Rua Sanlos Bernardes, 21 



SCHWEDEN 



Tel. 55 



Viana do Catlalo 

Aufo Vianense, Lda. 

Av. Camöes e Rua do Gontim • 
Vila Fronca d« Xira 

Progresso do Ribatejo, Lda. 

Rua Palha Blanco • Tel. 107 
Vi««u 

Nogueira Martins, Lda. 

Av. Emfdio Navarro Tel. 2966 



Tel. 22092 



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Importeur: Aktiebolaget Scania-Vabis 
SÖTDERTÄUE 
Tel. 32920 • Cable Scania Södertälje • Telex 1262 

» Aterförsäljare Händler Dealer Agent 

0^°"i./- .?"'■*» O'f'" Bureau 

VVerkitad Werkifatt Workshop Atelier 




AlingeAe* 

Bil AB F W Börjesson Göteborgsvägen 10 
Tel. 0322/UO 30 » » « 

Anderitorp 

Molorbologet Ericsion & Söner AB • Agoton 9 
Tel. Kl 5219. VI 5490 »«'an » 

An«b)r 

Hillbergs Bil Aktiebolag • Storgatan 46 
Tel. 0380/40109 

Arboga* 

Alvenius & Co AB - Ränlmdstaregaton 6 
Tel. 0589/10297 ««■«"• 

Arjeplog 

Marklunds Bilverkstad • Tel. 235 
Arvidijaur* 

Skellefted Bil i Arvidsjaur AB • Storgatan 68 

Tel. 1 1020 

Tel. Kl 1020, V1 1024 
Arvika* 

Motorkompaniet i Arvika AB • K Kyrkogatan 

42 B Tel. 0570/1 3270 • V Industrigalan 4 

Tel. 0570/13270 
Askersund* 

Normans Bilfirma AB ■ Bergslagsvdgen 

Tel. 0583/11120 

Bengttfore* 

Gransfröm & Söner AB ■ Industrigatan 
Bergby 

Hj. Lingwolls Rep. verkstad 

Tel. 0297/10073 
Bitpg6rden 

Bispgdrdens Auto-Service • Tel. 1 43 
Bjurttolm 

Bjurholms Bil- & Traktorservice ■ Tel 84 
Bjuv 

Bjuvs Bilelektriska • Storgaton 

Tel 042/70942 
Björbo 

Elias Bilverkstad Tel. 26 
Björkvik 

Björkviks Bil- & Motor • Tel 117 
Bleket 

Bröderna Lundbergs Bilverkstad 

Tel. 0304/75165 
Boden 

Bodens Autoservice ■ Brännagatan 23 

Tel. 092/1 2525. 1 31 31 
Bollnät* 

Bil & Buss i Bollnös AB ■ Framndivägen 3 
Tel. 0278/1 3230 
Borgholm 

Evert Jacobssons Motorservice ■ Norra vflgen 4 

Tel. 975 
Borlänge* 

Bil & Buss i Falun AB Gylle 

Tel. 0243/1 7870 
Bor««* 

E G Larssons Bil AB • ArmbiSigavdgen 
Tel. 033/17600 
Boxholm 

Södergrens Bilservice • Trandsvdgen 3 
Brandt 

Mod6ns Bil- & Motorverkstad 

Vörmlands-Dalby Tel. Ransby 42 
Bro 

Bro Bilservice • Norrgrind • Tel. 0758/40301 
Bromölla* 

Kristianstads Bilcentrum AB 

Tel. 0456/27750 
Brdck« 

Bracke Bil- & Smidesverkstad Riksväg 14 

Tel. 0693/10109 
BAttad 

Bjaere Bil & Traktor AB • Tel. 0431/71195 
Bdckefor« 

Bäcketors Bilservice • Tel. 38 



Oalboda 

Läby Bilverkstad 

Deje Bil- & Motorverkstad 



Tel. 018/71049 

Tel. 0552/10146 



Edebrwk 

K E Larssons Bilverkstad ■ Sörby 
Tel. 0493/70039 
Edtbyn 

Motorservice • Edsbyn 2 • Tel. 0271/21479 
Ekfhärad* 

Aktiebolaget H Gylner • Kyrkheden 

Tel. 242 

Persson & Holmbergs Bilverkstad 

Tel. 94, 1 94 
Ektjö* 

Söderbergs Bil AB • Vetlandavägen 5 

Tel. 1003 

Bilcentralen Fabriksgatan 4 Tel. 535 
Enköping* 

AB Enköpings Bilkompani Rddmansgatan 7 

Tel. 0171/32322, 30552 
Eekilttuna* 

Alvenius & Co AB ■ Kungsgatan 42-44 

Tel. 016/4 7180 
Eslöv* 

Frode Lund AB Västergatan 66 

Tel. K 0413/1 1421. V 0413/1 1203 

Fagereta* 

Alvenius Bil AB Kristiansbergsvägen 4 
Tel. 0223/12960 
Falkenberg* 

Wohl6ns Bil AB • Tel. 3010 
G A Andersson & Son Bilverkstad 
Arvidstorpsvägen Tel. 11724. 10724 
Faiköping* 

AB Sigge Palm S:t Sigfridsgatan 53 
Tel. 0515/13320 

Holländaregalan • Tel. 0515/13320 
Falun* 

Bü & Buss i Falun AB • Timmervägen 14 
Tel. 023/18850 
Fellingtbro 

Molorbolaget Sven Löfgren • Bcrgsvdoen 
Tel. 0589/20272 
Fenabol 

Bertil Jönssons Bilverkstad • Tel. 1 19 
Filipetad* 

Axel Larssons Bil AB • K Hertig Karlsg 22 
Tel. 0590/11960 

V Kfirlstadsvägen ■ Tel. 0590/10941 
Finepdng* 

AB Oieselprodukter ■ Norrköpingsvägen 36 
Tel. 01 22/1 2621 . 1 2622, V Tel. 01 22/1 2620 
Flen* 

Alvenius i Flen AB • Kungsvdgen 8 
Tel. 0157/12320 
Fräneto 

St)ell bensinstation ■ Tel. 500 
Frövi 

Bilservice Vannebodagatan 13-15 
Tel. 0581/30534 
Funtitdal*n 

Bilmekano Hillhage & Dahlsten ■ Tel. 40 
Fdrjestaden* 

Rydbergs Motor AB • Tel. 0485/31065 
FArötund 

AB Fdrösunds Bilservice ■ Sundsvdgen 
Tel 21238 



Ed 



Firma John Nilsson • Tel. 394 



48 



Gimo 

Hökhuvudi Bil & Mek. Verkstad AB 

Tel. östhammar 60024 
Glommeretrdtk 

A Georg Wikberg Rep.-verkstad ■ Tel. 39 
Gneita 

Gnesta Nya Bilverkstod ■ ö Storgatan 59 

Tel. 01 58/1 0241 
Grevia 

Bjäre Bil- & Traktor AB 

Tel. 0431/61043 
Cränna* 

Atteviks Bil AB ■ RibbogArdsgrdnd 

Tel. K 500. V 600 
Gdddad« 

Gdddede Bensin & BilaffAr ■ Tel. S9 



fr Gäliivar«* 

Rognar Peirmi AB - Lasarettsvägen 3 
Tel. 11080 
GävU* 

ft Buss i Gdvie AB ■ Bondegatan 10 
il. 026/29680 
iborg* 

AB Motorverken - Odinsgatan 6-8 
Tel. 031/175060 
Automobilfirma Per Nyqvist AB 
S:l Erikstorg 3 
V Mölndalsvägen 79 
Tel. 031/200210 

4 Kruthusgatan Tel. 031/197492 

5 Vdrväderstorget 6 - Tel. 031/539993 

6 Kungsten Service ■ Varholmsg. 12 
Tel. 0131/248783 

Götan« 
Bilfirma Hilding Larsson ■ Mariestadsvdgen 3 
Tel. 0511/50078 

Hagfort* 

Gylners Bil AB - Sjukslugavdgen 4 
Tel. 0563/1 1060-65. V Tel. 0563/1 1064 
Hagfon 
Sven Perssons Bilservice ■ Sjukstugevägen 4 
Tel. 0563/11064 
Hollttahanrtmar 
Hallsta Bilservice K Vdsterdsvögen 24 
Tel. 0220/11582 

Bergslagsvägen 213 ■ Tel. 0220/11576 
Hatmttad* 
Motor AB Hailand - Stationsgatan 74 
Tel. 035/18690 
Hamnrtardai 

Bil & Smide • Tel. 10002 
Haparanda* 

Strömbergs Bil AB • K Tullgatan 2 • Tel. 501 
V Torggatan 36 ■ Tel. 502 
Hovdhem 

Havdhems Bil & Cykel • Tel. 81027. 81202 
Haby 
Heby Bil & Traktor • Prästgdrden 17 
Tel. 0224/301 32 
Hada 

Fernlunds Bilverkstad - Tel. 63 
Hadamora* 
Bil & Buss i Falun AB ■ Godsgatan 1 
Tel. 1 2070 
HadAkar 
Hedäkers Reparationsverkstad ■ Po Rosshyttan 
Tel. 0224/70027 
Hamling 

Fritz Jönssons Bilverkstad - Tel. 35 
HJo 
Josef Johanssons Bensin & Bilservice 
Tel. 0503/10992 
Hofora 

Gösta Erikssons Bilservice - Smedsgoton 1 
Tel. 0290/22259 
Hörn 

Adala Bilverkstad ■ Tel. 1 80 
Holing 

Bil- & Motorservice • Tel. 330 
Hova 

N Karlssons Moiorverkstod • Tel. 101,301 
Huddinga* 
Bil AB Curt Grauers • Klockarvägen 5 
K Tel. 010/576576. 574322 
V Tel. 010/574970 
Hudiktvali* 
Bil & Buss i Hudiksvall AB ■ S:a vagen 13 

Tel. 0650/15550 
Hulttfrad* 

Be-Ge Bilreparationer i Hultsfred AB 
Andersbovägen 1 ■ Tal. K 1064, V 1061 
Hunnabottrond* 

Bohus Motor AB • Tel. 0523/50455-6 
Hutkvarna* 
Atteviks Bil AB Grännavägen 10 
Tel. 036/3 2520, 036/3252 
Hutum 

Husums Bilservice • Tel. 0663/10525 
Hyitabruk 

Hylte Bilverkstad • Nissastigen • Tel. 206 
HAbygArd 

HAby Rep.verkstod • Tel. 0524/23009 
Hdllafora 

Hdllefors Bil- & Motorverkstad 
Köpmanvägen 4 

K Tel. 0591/10403 V Tel. 0591/10103 
Hdilavadtholm* 

Bohus Motor AB • Tel. 0524/50142 
Hditingborg* 
AB Habil Angelholmsvdgen 23 
Tel. 042/27900 

Hdrnöeand* 

Automobilfirman J G Nordlund AB 
K Storgatan 56 Tel. 0611/1 31 40 

V Södra vdgen 7 Tel. 0611/12211 
Hdttlaholm* 

Kristianstads Bilcentrum AB 
Frykholmigolan 22 • Tal. 045/14215 
HttganAa* 
AB Hobil K Vflibygalan 2 Tel. 042/41838 

V Bagerigatan 9 • Tel. 042/41888 



Flottiljvägen 2 



Höllviktndt 

Stig Karlssons Bilverkstad Videholms all6 2 
Tel. 040/451435 
H*«r* 
Frode Lund AB Ringsjövdgen 4 
Tel. 0413/20945 

Jokkmokk 

Holmboms Bilverkstad • Berggotan 2 

Tel. 378 
Juntala 

Junsele Bilverkstad AB • Tel. 55 
Jtirpan 

Järpens Bil- & Mek. Verkstad • Tel. 238 
Jönköping* 

Atteviks Bil AB John Bauersgatan 1 

Tel. 036/18830 
JönAkar 

Firma Bilservice • Tel. 01 55/701 36 

Kalix* 

Strömbergs Bil AB ■ Tel. 1501 
Bilfirma Hj. Lindh & Söner • Kungsviksg. 8 
Tel. 1 50 » " 

Kalmar* 
Rydbergs Motor AB Södra vagen 72 
Tel. 0480/15310 
Karltborg 

Karlsborgs Biltjänst 
Tel. 0505/19573 
Karlthamn* 

Automobilfirma Sven Jeppsson 
Ronnebygatan 43 ■ Tel. 0454/14510 
Karltkoga* 
Warströms Bil AB • Värmlandsvdgen 
Tel. 0586/36370 
Korltkrona* 
Automobilfirma Sven Jeppsson 
Sunnavägen 15 • Tel. 0455/19145 
Karlttad* 
AB H Gylner Herrgärdsualan 10-12 
Tel. 054/1 5770 
Kalrinaholm* 

Alvenius i Katrirdholm AB 
Marieborgsvcigen • Tel. 01 50/1 3240 
Kinna* 
E G Larssons Bil AB ■ Fritslavagen 
Tel. 0320/10027 < 
Kiruna* * 

Ragnor Petrini AB 
Tel. 0940/1 21 75 
Kita* 

Bil AB Knut Bjuhr 
Klippan 

Klippans Motor AB 
Tel. 0435/10864 
Kopparbarg 

Starks Motorverkstad ■ 
Tel. 0580/1 01 U 
Korpilombolo 

Bilfirma Anders Funck 
Kramfort* 
Automobilfirman J. G. Nordlund AB 
Shellhuset Tel. 0612/1 2260 
Krittdalo 

Thure Larssons Bilverkstad 
K Tel. 275, V Tel. 75 
Kritfiontlad* 

Kristianstads Bilcentrum AB 
Norretullsvdgen 7-9 ■ Tel. 044/1 5890 
Krittinehonrtn* 

Warströms Bil AB • S Ringvdgen 11« 
Tel. 0550/15250 
Krylbo 

Krylbo Bil- & Motorverkstad - Ringvdgen 11 
Tel. 0226/11444 
Kungtbacka* 

Per Nyqvist AB - K Vallgatan 16 
Tel. 0300/11956, 11957 
V Kungsbacka Bilservice - Tel. 0300/11955 
Kungälv* 

Automobilfirma Per Nyqvist AB • Västra 
gatan 68 Tel. 0303/12116 
Allan Karlssons Bilservice - Hantverkargatan 2 
Tel. 0303/10943 
Kyrkhult 
Gösta Sollstroms Bilverkstad - Tel. 0454/70052 
K 0454/70116 
Kdrrgruvan 

Norbergs Bilverkstad Tel. 0223/20789 
Köping* 
Alvenius i Köping AB - Arbogavdgan 
Tel. 0221/13660 

Laholm 

Bröderna Olofssons Bilverkstad 

Tel. K 0430/1 1200. V 0430/1 1201 
Lammhult 

Bilbologet Lamhult, Anderson A Co 

Jönköpingsvägen 14 ■ Tel. 250 
Landtkrona* 

AB Habil ' Tronchellsgatan 34 

Tel. 0418/14898, 15630 

Lindbergs Bilverkstad - Tranchellsgotan 34 

Tel. 0418/15640, 15630 
Lax«* 

Normans Bilfirma AB - Ramundervdgen- 

Röforsvdgen Tel. 0584/10820 



' Bergmästaregalan 11 

V Enebygatan 38 ■ Tal. 764 
Storgatan 82 

■ Gruvfogdegatan 11 

Tel. 62. 1 23 



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Leksand* 

Bil & Buu i Or»a KB Hanfv«rkar«gotan 
Tel. 0247/1 0289 

Sjöbergs Bilservice • T«l. 0247/10939. 10240 
Larum 

Lerurni Motorceniral Knap«kulla 
Tel. 0302/1 OS 94 
Latjöfor« 

Janssons Motorverkjtad • K Tel. 209. V Tel. 315 
Lcaaebo 

Lessebo Bil & Mek. Verkitad • Storgolan 35 

Tel. 0478/1 0076. 1 0416 
Lidcn 

Högstedti Eftr. Bilreparationsverkstad ■ Tel 67 
Lidingö 

Lidingö Motorservice AB • Vasdvägen 82 

Tel. V 010/650595, K 010/654017 
Lidköping* 

Ernst Björstig AB • K ö Hamnen 7 

Tel. 0510/22480 

V f. d. Sockerbruket Tel. 0510/22480 
Lilla Edat 

AB Bil & Vulk • Tel. 0520/50329 
Limedtforsen 

Erland Johanssons Bilverkstad • Tel. 32095 
Lindaeberg* 

Normans Bilfirma AB • K Krlsfinovägen 23 

Tel. 0581/12480 

Bergsmansgat • Tel. 0581/1 2480 
Linköping* 

Bil AB Knut Bjuhr • Industrigatan 30 
Tel. 013/29530, 29533 
Ljungby* 

Fors Bil AB • Drottninggatan 23 

Tel. 0372/12095 

V Mörta Ljungbergsvägen • Tel. 0372/10222 

Ljungby Bilrep.verkstad 

KTel. 0372/11622. 10229 
Ljungbyhed 

Lindgrens Bilverkstad • Sforgatan 9 

Tel. 0435/40176 
Ljutdal* 

?el.*06^"17117«''''"" ^^ ■ •^^^"o»'"-" 8-^0 
Ludvika* 

?el.*024"o" 393^"'" "'' ' G^^"»-'>-»-«»- 
LuleA* 

Bil AB A Müller • Mjölkudden 

Tel. 0920/10340 
Lund* 

Frode Lund AB • Höjebro • Tel. 0412/17410 
Lycktele* 

AB Motorfirnf>an Arne Lindberg • V Hantverk- 
aregaton 17 • Tel. 1 21 50 ■ K Storgafan 37 
Lytekil* 

F:a Sölve Winthers Bilservice • Londsväas- 
gatcn 48 ■ Tel. 0523/1 11 78 
LAngaejö 
A Johnssons Bilverkstad • Ldngasjö • Tel. 1 65 

Malmli* 

1 Frode Lund AB • Lundavägen 56 
Tel. 040/934000 

2 Mariedalsväg. 34 • Tel. 040/721 00 

3 Närkesgatan 3 • Tel. 040/88500, 040/85001 
Malung* 

Bil & Buss i Malung • K Postgatan 
Tel. 1221 ■ V Tel. 1380 

TS'Tsm ^;J'^''''**°'* ^^ ■ *^ Albackshem 13 

V Vagnvägen • Tel. 1380 
Mariannclund 

Bilservice A Lindbom • ö Storgalon 1 • T«L 16 
Mariefred 

Firma Bil & Motor • Nygatan 4 

Tel. 0159/10105 
Mariestad* 

?el.i?0Vn522"""" ■ ^•''^'^''«"'"-««•" 32 
Mariestad 

Ingemors Bilverkstad • Milslensgalan 6 



I 



Tel. 0501/11880 
Markaryd 

?:.'i.*o4?3^io;o5*"'''" ■ "««'•"<"---«- 7 

Mietarhull 

Firma Birger Sand ■ 0490/32016 
Mjölby* 

Bil AB Knut Bjuhr • Kungsvdgen 15-17 

Tel. 1368-1369 
Mora* 

Bil & Buss i Orsa KB Moragatan 6 

Tel. 0250/12060 
Motaia* 

Wahlbins Bil AB • Vätterviksgatan 4 
Tel. 0141/16070 
Mullijö 

Mullsjö Bilverkstad • Tel. 0392/10086 
Märtta* 

AB Ncrr-Bil Riksvflgen • Tel. 0760/11460 

Möntterdt* 

Be-Ge Bilreparationer I MönsterAs AB 
KuggAsvägen 29 • Tel. 0499/10010. 10091 

MörbylAnga 

Harry Johanssons Bilverkstad Storgolan 68 
Tel. 1 02 

50 



Nora Stod 
Andersson & Erlandssons Bilverkstad 
Borgmästargafan 14 • Tel. 0587/10320 

Nordmaling 

Nordmalings Bil & Mek. Verkslad • Tel 
Norrala 

VAgbro Bilverkstad Tel. 0270/13498 
Norrköping* 

Te'l.Olv'JÄ""" ■ ^"•«''»»»«•«" ** 
V 011/34180 
Norrtälje* 

T 'l^(M ^''" ^*"''**'"" Stockholmtvdgen 30 
Norajö 

TeM*50** ^•**"''""""'** 8" ^8 • Kü.forsvägen 
Notsebro 

Bilfirmon Autoservice • Storgatan 

Tel. 0512/50030 
Nybro 

Rydbergs Motor AB • Norra vdgen 

Tel. 0481/12192 
Nyköping* 

Anetorns Bil AB • K rtingvögen 41 

Tel. 0155/17280 

V Frudngsgatan 40 Tel. 01 55/1 7280 
Nyland* 

Automobilfirman J G Nordlund AB 
Nylands Kaj • Tel. 0612/22410 
Nynäehamn* 

?e' . 0?52/109?s'""""''' " " '"«'"""«'-ä«- " 

V Sandtorpsvägen Tel. 0752/11340, 10983 

NäM|ö* 

Söderbergs Bil AB • Sturegatan 31 

Tel. 0380/13160 
Näsdker 

Själanders Bilverkstad 

Tel. 0622/10019. 10105 
Nödinge 

Everts Bilverkstad Tel. 0303/29186 

Ockelbo 

Firma Motor-Centrum • Tel. 0297/40078 
Olofslröm* 

1 Automobilfirma Sven Jeppsson 
K Storgatan 35 • Tel. 0454/41104 

2 Firma E Sällström & Son • Kyrkhults vagen 2 
Tel. 0454/40076 

Orea* 

Bil & Buss i Orsa KB • Stormyrgaton 

Tel. V 0250/40912 
Oeby* 

Kristianstads Bilcentrum AB • Nya 

Industriomr&det 

K Tel. 0479/11310. V Tel. 0479/11580 
Oskarehamn* 

Be-Ge Bilreparationer • Köpmangatan 6 

Tel. 0491/14200 
Oxeltfsund 

G Lundqvists Bilverkstad • Tel. 0155/31818 



Tel. 28 



Esse Servicestalion • Tel. 322 
Stockholmt- 



Pojala 

P U Larsson 
Peretorp 

Gösta Perssons Bilverkstad 

vagen 11 • Tel. 0435/30021 
PiteA* 

Bil AB Ostrom & Co • Industrigatan 44 
Tel. 0911/14050. 14054 
PAIsboda 

Gösta Erikssons Motorverkstad • Norrgatan 
Tel. 98 



Ramtele 

Ramsele Bil & Mekaniska • Tel. 25, K 250 
Rimbo 

Rimboortens Bildgares Inköpsförening u.p.a 
Roslagsvägen 6 • K 0175/70601, V 0175/70420 

Roslagi-Nätby* 

AB Norr-Bil Ytterbyvägen 14 
Tel. 010/580050 

Ronneby* 

Automobilfirma Sven Jeppsson 
Karlshamnsvägen • Tel. 0457/12860 

RAneA 

Grönberg & Wickström Bilverkstad ■ Tel 119 
Sola* 

Alvenius Bil AB • Uppsalovflgen 2 

Tel. 0224/13360 
Sandviken* 

Bil & Buss i Sandviken AB ■ Gävlevdgen 100 

Tel. 026/51940 
Simriehamn 

Johannes Larssons Bilverkstad 

LillevAngsgatan 13 • Tel. 283 
Skara* 

Ernst Bljörstig AB • Filipsdalsgatan 12 

Tel. 0511/13070 
Skellefled* 

SkellefteA Bil AB • Norrbölegatan 6« 

Tel. 14010 
Skillingaryd* 

Atteviks Sil AB • Skolgatan 57 ■ Tel. 0370/70630 
Skinnekotteberg 

AB C A Otiberg • Tel. 0222/10015 



Norta Nissaitigen 15 



V Storgatan 



Fiskartorpsvägen 4 



Tel. 010/472650 



ISkofl 
Skogs Motorverkstad 
Skorped 
Motor-Tjdnst • Tel. 1 45 

^^^■rode Lund AB - Tegelgatan 3 
t^^Hkl. 0411/40170. 40200 

>' Akows Service - Motologatan 15 

Tel 0142/40448 
Skdrplinga 

Skdrplinge Bilverkstad ■ Tel. 14 
thövda* 

Bil AB Emil Larson ■ Varnhemsgatan 14 

Tel. 0500/10830 
SmAlondettenar* 

Sventligs Bil AB 

Tel. 61, K 564 
SmAI. Rydaholm 

Rydaholms Bilservice 

Tel. 0472/20021 
Soilabrunn 

Jonssons Rep. Verkslod ■ Mellbyvägen 

Tel. 0322/40058 
SollafteA* 

Bil AB Ernst Andersson • K Storgatan 
Tel. 0620/12370 

V Skdrvsta • Tel. 0620/1 2488 
Soreala 

N Nordlunds Rep.-verkstad • Tel. 242 
Stanungcund 

AB Motorverken • K Tel. 0303/71077 

V Tel. 0303/70395 
Stockholm* 

Försäljnings AB Scania-Bilar 
Huvudkontor: 

1 Lindhagensplan • Tel. 010/227660 
VW-Verkstdder: 
Södermalm: 

2 Ringvägen 27-35 • Tel. 010/440750 

3 Tegelviksgatan 10. Danvikstull 
Tel. 010/680350 
Ostermalm: 

4 B-hallen. Tennisstadion 
Tel. 010/242660 
Hassel by gArd: 

5 Kvarnhagsgatan 4 • Tel. 010/380140 
Högdalen: 

6 Skebokvarnsvägen 370 
Arsta : 

7 Skagersvägen 44 • Tel. 010/5901 50 
Soina: 

8 Brommavägen 2 ■ Tel 010/820340 
Farsta: 

9 Scania-Bilar, Karlandaplan 1 
Tel. 010/940250 
AB Norr-Bil se Roslags-Ndsby 

10 SE Roslags-Nösby 
Storo Httga 

Stora Höga Bilverkstad 
K Tel. 0303/77208. V Tel. 0303/77120 
Strdngnäs* 
Alvenius & Co AB - Storgatan 4 
Tel. 01 52/1 2000 
Strömttad 

Lystads Bilservice 
Strömeund* 

AB Berner & Co 
Sundtvall* 

Bil & Buss i Sundsvall AB 
Tel. 060/57370 
Sunne* 

Svedlunds Bil AB 
Tel. 0565/11141 
V Dalgdngen 11 • 
Surahammar 

Surahammars Motorverkstad 
Tel. 0220/30113 
Svag* 

AB Berner & Co • Dalagatan 7-9 • Tel. 333, 453 
Svanljunga* 

E G Larssons Bil AB • Tel. 0325/11800 
Svanttavik 

T Kdrwiks Bilverkstad • Tel. 8 
Sdffla* 

Sdffle Bilaktiebolag • Tegn^rgatan 2 
Tel. K 0533/1 2480, V Nylorget 0533/1 21 80 
Sdffle Bilaktiebolag Sundsgat. 16 
Tel. 0533/12480 
Sdtar 

Säters Bil- & Mek. Verkstad • Tel. 0225/50113 
Sdveitf 

Sven Tylenius Bilverkstad AB • Jokobsgatan 3 

Tel. 0382/10068 
Söderhomn* 

Bil A Buss i Bollnds AB 

Tel. 0270/13302 
Södartaija* 

Bil AB Curt Grauers ■ 

Tel. 0755/34060 

V Strängnäsvägen 6 ■ Tel. V 0755/36440 
»öl va« borg* 

Automobiirirma Sven Jeppson • Strandgalan 

Tel. 0456/10940 

Tanom* 

Bohu« Motor AB • Tal. Tonumshede 299 



70 



ö Infartsvdgen • Tel. 221 
Ramselevägen 17 • Tel. 50 
Fabriksgalan 20 

- K LAnggalan 42 
Tel. 0565/11162 

Dalavdgen 5 



Kungsgatan 1 



K Gdstgivaregotan 5 



Tidaholm 

Auto-Service • Stalldngsvägen 52 
K Tel. 0502/1 1041. V Tel. 0502/1 1040 
Tibro 

Bil AB S A Svensson • K Fredsgatan 5 
Tilr' °*°*/^"10. V Tel. 0504/10310. 111 93 

Tln*lVd^'"* ^''' * "'''■"'"°'" ■"■•'• 0293/10716 

tel'^ry?'"'""*' ^''*" ^•P'*»**»" ■ Storgatan 84 
Tomaliila* 

TorcAt 

T ^"1^ ^''" * ^«'»'■verkstad • Tel. 0486/18 

Söderbergs Bil AB • K Storgatan 19 
Tel. 01 40/1 51 55 

V Holavedsvögen 13 ■ Tel. 01 40/1 4950 
Troryd 

Bil- & Molorverkstaden • Tel. 0433/22127 
Tralleborg* 

Frode Lund AB • Liljeborgsgatan 7 

Tel. 0410/1 2400 
Trollhdttan* 

Granström & Söner AB • Kungsgal 27 

Tel. 0520/16920 » » *' 

Be-We:s Bilverkstad • Kungsgatan 54 

TeL 0520/1 1297 

Firma Bilmekano • Drollningal 24 

Tel. 0520/15458 
Tumba 

Firma Bittjänst ■ Orottningvdgen 12 

Tel. 0753/30249 
Tu rabarg 

AB Norr-Bil • Malmvdgen 30 • Tel. 010/350496 
Tdrnaby 

N T Lindgrens Motorverkstad • Tel 14 
Tora 

B. Lundbdcks PI4I-. Smijes- & Rep.verkslad 
Tel. 69 
Törabodo 

Töreboda Bil AP • Tel. 416 

Uddavallo* 

Bohus Motor AB • K S Drottninggatan 23 
Tel. 0522/14520 ♦ ' 

V Göteborgsvägen 16 Tel. 0522/14520 
Ulricehamn* 

E G Larssons Bil AB • Linddngsvdgen 10 

Tel. 0321/12900 

Ulricehamns Bilelektriska ■ Bor&svdaen 3 

Tel. 0321/11167 
UmaA* 

Motorcentralen i Umed AB • Parkvdgen 9 

Tel. 1 8020 
Uppaala* 

AB G Persson • K Vaksalagatan 30 

Tel. 018/39130 

V Kungsgatan 103 • Tel. 018/391 30 

Martin Petterssons Bilverkstad AB • Svartbdcks- 
gatan 73 • K Tel. 018/32550, V Tel. 018/32967 

Vadstana* 

Wahlbins Bil AB Mofalavögen 

Tel. 0143/11070 
Vagnhärad 

Bilbolaget Gust. Nilsson & Co 

Tel. 0156/10105 
Valdamarsvik 

Br Karlssons Motorverkstad ■ Järnvdgsgatan 14 
Tel. 10133 
Vollantuna 

Vallentuna Motor AB - Industrivdgen 
Tel. 0762/241 60 
Voro* 

Ernst Björstig AB • K Ekedolsgatan 
Tel. 0512/10055 

Bilmekano ■ Ekedolsgatan 4 • Tel. 0512/11080 
Varbarg* 

Wohlins Bil AB ■ Västra Vallgatan 19 
Tel. 4220 
Valan 

Marklars Bilverkstad • östmarksvdgen 
Tel. 41111 
Vandal 

Hambergs Bil- & Mek. Verkslad 
Tel. 018/77260 
Vatlanda* 

AB Bil & Maskin ■ Nygatan 57 
Tel. 0383/1 21 45. V 0383/1 21 49 
Vikan 

Aufo-Älgen Nygatan • Tel. 042/66103. 
042/66158 
Vilhelmina* 

AB Vilhelmina Bilkomponi • K Volgsjövdgen 52 
Tel. 595 V Haniverkargatan 5 • Tel. 595 
Vimmarby* 

Josef Engström i Vimmerby Bil AB • Industri- 
gatan 6 V Tel. 0492/1 21 83. K Tel. 0492/1 21 80 
Vinbdck 

Westmans Motor- & Moskinfirma 
Pa Tonumshede • Tel. Tonumshede 100 
Vindaln 

Vindelns Mekaniska Verkslad Karlsgdrdt- 
vdgen 27 Tel. 475 



51 



Ving6k«r 

Vingdkart Bilvarkslod - VannalavAgan 9 
V T«l. 0151/10253, K T.l. 01 51/1 0257 
Viraarum 

Bilreparalionar ■ M&lillavdgan 17 • Tal. 203 
Viabr* 

GoHandt Bilägaras Varkstad« AB ■ Stankumla- 
vdgan 8 Tel. 11940 
Bärgningsbil & Sarvica ■ Tal. 1 1942 
Viaaafjdrda 

Vissefjärda Biltjdnst • Tal. 0471/20105 
Vittajö 

Malle Nilssons Bil varkstad • Tal. 0451/22053 
Vrigatad 

Vngstads Bilbolag ■ Vdxjövdgan ■ Tal. 46 
Vuollarim 

Valdemar Lundström (Esso Bansinstalion) 
Tal. 270 
VArgArda 

S. Rickardtsont Bilservica ■ Korsgatan 21 
Tal. 0322/20028 
Vdddö 

Elmsta Biltjdnst • Tal. Ol 76/50481 
Vänaraborg* 

Granslrom & Sönar AB ■ Kronogaton 3 
Tal. 0521/12180 
Vännda 

Wal4n & Nygrans Bil- & Smidasverkstad 
Pengsjövdgan 21 ■ Tal. 090/1 0043 
Värnamo* 

Svanstigs Bil AB ■ Malmstensgatan 
Tal. 0370/1 3090 
Väat*rvik* 

Bil AB Josef Engström • AII4n 70 
Tel. 0490/1 3240 
Väslards* 

Alvenius Bil AB - Kopparbergsvdgen 45 
Tel. 021/44140 
Vdxjö* 

Fors Bil AB ■ Arabygatan • Tel. 0470/1 4545 

Yatad* 

Michelsens Bil AB • St. östergatan 36 
Tel. 0411/11646 

Skdnska Lantmdnnens Maskin AB 
V:a Hamnomrddet ■ K Tal. 0411/12026 
V Tel. 0411/12028 
Yttarhogdal 

Yttarhogdals Bil- & Mak. Varkstad 
K Tal. 1 65 • V Tal. 20 

Akartbarga 

Rydin & Fradrikssons Bilverkstad 
Akar« Styckabruk 

Firma Motortjönit • Tal. Ol 59/301 59 
AmtaU 

Amsale Smides- & Rep. Varkslod 

Tel. 100 VTel. 10 
AmAI* 

Gronström A Söner AB ■ Vflnersborgsvdgan 45 

Tal. 0532/12090 
Anga 

Danas Varkslddar AB • Tat. 0690/10505 



Anttsat 

Andsets Bil- & Traktor • Tal. 200 
Arjtfng 

AB Arjdngs Biljdnst 

Sveavdgen 14 • Tal. 795 
Atada 

Bilmakano Asado AB ■ JarnvOgsgatcn 17 

KTal. 314 • VTel. 117 
AmU 

Clarenca Axbargs Rap. varkstad 

Vdstra Holmgatan ■ Tal. 539 

Almhult* 

Fors Bil AB Tal. 285 

Motorcentralen - Södra Esplanaden 

Tel. 750, 753 
Angaholm* 

AB Hobil ' Hdlsingsborgvdgan 

Tel. 0431/13730 
Aivdalan 

Festins Bilverkstad Tal. 1 85 
Alvabyn 

P O Lundbergs Bil- & Motorverkstad 

Nygrensvdgen 9 • Tel. 290 
Atran 

Atrans Bilverkstad 

ödaahög 

AB Blondells Bil- & Rep.verkstad 

Riddargafan 12 • K Tel. 515, V Tel. 55 
örabro* 

Normans Bilfirma AB - öslerdngsgatan 2 

Tel. 019/124800 
örkalljunga 

Bil AB Keland ■ Hallandsvdgen 

Tel. 0435/50003 
örnsköldsvik* 

F W Nordemans Bil AB ■ K Storgatan 10 

V Trddgdrdsgatan • Tel. 0660/10560 
öraundabro 

Motorfirma Hagman ft Forslund 

Tel. 01 71 /601 36 
öatavall 

Stark & Nilssons Bil- & Smidesverkstad 

Tel. 0690/50002 
öatarbybruk 

österby Bilverkstad - Dannemoravdgen 50 

Tel. Dannemora 102, 435 
öefarbynno 

Bilbolaget Elmberg & Akerstedl ■ Tal. 74 
Ottarrtirnebo 

K W Kumlins Bilverkstad ■ Tal. 28 
Oftertund* 

AB Berner & Co ■ Hofvallsgrdnd 1 • Tel. 1 7240 
öttarvdia 

Ragnar Janssons Bilverkstad ■ Tel. 0292/10143 
överkolix 

överkaiix Bilverkstod ■ Tollviksuddan 

Tel. 173, 320 
övartorneA 

O E Jönsson Bil- & Reporationsvarkstad 

Tel. 298 



SCHWEIZ 



Karte • map • carte • cartina kaart ■ karta ■ mapa 



16/17 



Importeur: AMAG Automobil- und Motoren AG. • Hauptstraße 
SCHINZNACH-BAD 
Tel. (056) kkkll • Cable Amag Telex 52960 



Aadorf 

Otto Fisch. Garage • Tal. 05247567 
Aorau 

W. Gräber, Centrol-Garage AG. 

Ingelseid 22 ■ Tel. 06426363 
Aorbarg 

Paul Weibel, Garage ■ Tal. 03287205 
AcquaroMo 

Fiorini & Manara, Garage Simano 

Tel. 092 653 63 
Adelboden 

Karl Geiger, Garage- Tel. 033943 58 
Adliewil 

A. Juchli, Touring-Garage ■ Tal. 051 91 6655 
Aeech 

Werner Weber, Garage ■ HauptstraSe 134 

Tel. 061 82 3445 
Affoltarn a. A. 

Auto-Matter AG. • Tel. 051 99 52 33 
Airolo 

E. Brasi, Garage • Tal. 0949 21 77 
Alpnoch-Dorf 

P. Fischer, Garage Tel. 041 761138 
Altbüron 

Xaver Steiner, Garage - Unterdorf 

Tel. 063 38190 
Altdorf 

Familie Wasar, Garage Tel. 044 213 28 

AltatattM (SC) 

Frau E. Bruderer, Autorep. -Werkst. 
Tel. 071753 38 

Anririawil 

Centrolgaraga AG. - Tal. 071 67872 

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Andaar 

O. Gaspirint, Autorep.-Werkst. 

Tel. 081863 55 
Andermatt 

F. Christen, Garage • Tal. 044 671 07 
Appenzell 

Scheid weg-Garage AG. ■ Tel. 071 874 55 
Arbon 

Walter Grogg, Garage Tel. 071 46094 
Aacona 

A. Buuini, Garage al Ponte - Tel. 093 75223 
Avanchat 

J. C. Treyvaud, Garage • Tel. 037 83449 

Bodan 

J. Müller, Garage Kappelerhof 

Tel 056 27326 
Baldagg 

Johann Fischer, Garage - Tel. 041 881285 
Bdttarkinden 

T. Garber, Garage zur Krona 

Tel. 065 44556 
Boaal 

ASAG Autoservice AG. ■ Aeschenplatz 

Tel. 061 348970 

ASAG Gellert-Garage ■ St.-Alban-Anloga 72 

Tel. 061 411866 

W. Brdndli. Klybeck-Garage 

BreisacherstroBe 58 - Tel. 061 339880 

Filiale: Klybeckstr. 134 Tel. 061 339889 

Keller AG., Garage ■ MargarethenstraBe 79 

Tel. 061 342222 

J. E. Roeck, Sevogelgarage HardstraBe 62 

Tal. 061 41 4242 



Ballwil 

R. Salimann, Garage Tal. 041 891337 
Bai zara 

Barno Nigg, Gutenbarg-Garaga 
Tal. 075 41252 
ima 

>lf Lautenegger, Garage • Tel. 052 46618 
canriad 
Albin Murar, Garage • Tel. 041 845833 
Ballinxona 

Garage Agricola Ticinese SA ■ Tel. 092 53545 
Barn 

AMAG Automobil- und Motoren-AG. 
Schwarztorstraße 122 ■ Tel. 031 92211 

A. u. M. Bizzozero ■ LdngasstraBe 103 
Tel. 031 21881 

Jokob & Schneider, Garage - Burgernziel 
Tel. 031 443001 

Erwin Suter, Garage ■ JurastraBa 9 
Tal. 031 424477 
Barn-Bümpliz 

B. Schibier Garage ■ BernstraBa 56 
Tel. 031 661443 

Barn-Worblaufan 

Bein Perreten & Bigler, Garage Wankdorf 

PapiermühlestraBe ■ Tel. 031 421212 
Bax-Iaa-Bains 

Garage Touring Joseph Viscardi 

Tel. 025 52273 
Biaaca 

G. Bizzini, Garage ■ Tel. 092 64209 
Bial 

AMAG Automobil- und Motoren AG. 

GewerbehofstraBe 4/8 - Tel. 032 38444 

ASAG, Autoservice AG. - Brüggstroße 

Tel. 032 37070 
Binningan 

Gustav Lafferma, Garage Etoile 

Hauptstraße 73a - Tel. 061 394893 

E. Diener, Autogarage - AarbergstraBe 9a 

Tel. 032 23045 

Frau G. Schindler, Garage Gurzelen 

FalkenstraBe 43 ■ Tel. 032 41262 
Bivio 

Guido Simonett, Julier-Garage 

Tel. 081 75140 
Boniawil 

A. Urech, Garage - Tel. 064 87373 
Boawil 

J. Meier, Garage Tel. 057 741 73 
Boudry 

Otto Schoub, Garage de la Colombe 

Tel. 038 64505 
Brianz 

H. GroBniklaus, Garage ■ Tel. 036 41662 
Briaaogo 

Schaer & Catenazzi, Garage TOTAL 

Tel. 093 82561 



Brunnen 

W. Studer, Garage Tel. 043 91366 
Buch« SG 

E. Kuhn, Garage ■ Tel. 085 61733 
Burgdorf 

E. Anderegg, Steinhof-Garage 

BernstraBe 33 Tel. 034 22865 
Bulla 

Maurice Gremaud, Garage - Tel. 029 27267 
Büren o. A. 

Franz Kdsermann, Garage ■ Tel. 032 81255 
Carniar 

J. Devenoges, Garage Beausita 

Tel. 038 71336 
Cham ZG 

Alfred Staub, Garage ■ Tel. 042 61888 
Charmay 

Garage des Vanils, Louis Bugnard 

Tel. 029 32552 
Chataou-d'Oax 

Garage des Moulins, Cl. Morier 

Tel. 029 46040 
Chaial-St.-Danis 

G. Savoy, Garage des Narcisses 

Tel. 021 567255 
Chavannes-Ia-Chftna 

B. Michoud & Fils, Garage - Tel. 024 511 74 
Chavornay 

Lucien Oulevay & Fils, Garage 

Tel. 024 73176 
Chiaaao 

Natale Beretta, Garage V. Comacini 

Tel. 091 42436 
Chur 

Verkauf: Senn & Weibel AG., Automobile 

Werkstatt: Senn • Tel. 081 22223 

Garage: Tel. 081 22222 
Clarant-Montraux 

A. Guggitz. Garage Grande Place 

Tel. 021 63000 
Coldrerio-Mandricio 

Carletto Bellotti, Super-Garage 

Tel. 091 45480 
Conciia 

Georges Jacot, Garage - Tel. 024 451 94 
CorgAmonI 

P. Jdggl, Garage du Vallon ■ Tel. 032 98060 
Cornol J. B. 

J. Htche, Garage des Rangiers 

Tal. 066 72227 



Coraiar GE 

Morard Vital, Garage de Corsiar 

Tal. 022 528564 
Couvat NE 

Hugo Vanello, Garage ■ Tel. 038 96215 
Crana-tur-Siarra 

Albert Bonvin, Garage des Nation« 

Tel. 027 52112 
Cuarnan« 

Jules Chappuis, Garage ■ Tal. 021 871 54 
Oavoa-Platx 

Gebr. Durst, Expreß-Garage ■ Tel. 083 36707 
Dagarshaim 

Otto Friberg, Garage • Wolfhagslraßa 

Tel. 071 54229 
DalAmonI . 

Le Tide S.A., Garage - Tel. 066 21981 
Darandingan 

Werner Wyss, Garage • Tel. 065 36068 
Diatikon 

G. Müller, Garage 

Neue Winterthurer Straße • Tel. 051 933788 
Diaanti« 

Joh. Gadola, Garage ■ Tel. 086 75144 
Dornach 

Hans Zürcher, Centrolgaraga 

Tel. 061 825813 
Düdingan 

Kanis Jungo, Garage ■ Tel. 037 43372 
Echoüan« 

Garage E. Z'Berg-Haeberli ■ Tel. 021 41292 
Eggiwil 

Paul Schweizer, Garage • Tel. 035 611 64 
Egiieau 

Touring-Garage EgIisau-AG • Tel. 051 963816 
Einsiadaln 

August Füchslin, Garage ■ Tal. 055 611 38 
Epalingaa (VD) 

Ren6 Jaccard, Garage Moderna 

Tel. 021 324928 
Erlach 

Werner Marolf, Garage Tel. 032 88283 
Eschen 

Gunfram Matt, Garage • Tel. 075 31555 

Faido 

Garage Cattaneo, Nachf. A. Karpf-Cattaneo 

Tel. 09i 511 ;1 
Flaurier 

L6on Duth«, Gar(|äe^ Tel. 038 91637 
Flums 

J. Juchli, Garage ■ Tel. 085 831 10 
Founax pr. Coppat 

W. Ch. Polier, Garage Bidons 

Tel. 022 86255 
Frauanfeld 

Charles Müller AG., Garage 

Zürcher Straße 254 ■ Tel. 054 74422 
Frick 

P. Schmid, Garage und Reparaturwerkstdtte 

Tel. 064 71295 
Fribourg 

Gendre SA., Garage des Alpes 

Quartier St. Jacques Tel. 037 20331 

Gdchlingen 

W. Gasser, Klettgau-Garage ■ Tel. 053 61188 
Ganiva 

Ch. Hoffer & Fils, Garage ■ 73 Bd. de la Clusa 

Tel. 022 2443 33 

Garage Cornavin SA. • PI. Montbrillant 

Tel. 022 345000 

Chesaux & Mayor - 19, Av. du Mail 

Tel. 022 253737 

Garage Desjaques SA. 5, Rue du Lac 

Tel. 022 363820 

H. Schiller, Garage Chateaubriand 

Rue Gautier 1 - Tel. 022 3241 25 

Alain Zürcher, Garage du Grand-Lancy 

Tel. 022 323473 

R. Bourgeois, Garage de Perly 

Route de St. Julien Tel. 022 81095 
Celterkindan 

E. Singeisen, Garage - Tel. 061 861277 
Gimal 

Benjamin Dübi, Garage de la Gare 

Tel. 021 701 39 
Goasau (SG) 

E. Klaus, Garage - Hauptstraße 8 

Tel. 071 85466 
Grandvaux 

Jean Martin. Garage Tel. 021 42814 
Grangat-Marnand 

P. et M. Sovary, Garage • Tel. 037 641 12 
Granchan 

Garage Modems BielstraBe - Tel. 065 87415 
Grindelwald 

Ernst Bohren, Garage ■ Tel. 036 32507 
Grono 

Pietro Albizzati, Garage - Tel. 092 61122 
Großhöchflettan 

E. Ramseier & Söhne, Auto-Garage 

Tel. 031 685267 
Grünanmatt i. E. 

Hans Großenbacher, Autoreparatur- 
Werkstätte Tel. 034 41443 
Gstoad 

W. Kübli-Schdr, Garage ■ Tal. 030 94535 

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HmI« 

Fritdr. Müllar, Garag« Ziahlmatt 

T«l. 041 87S577 
H»«rbrugg 

Cantrolgarag« AG. T«l. 071 71515 
HAllbühl 

Jo»e( Koch, Gorag« • T«l. 041 781416 
Hörn 

W. Fahl«, Garag« ■ Tel. 071 42312 

llanx 

U. Caflisch, S».-Nikolaut-Garag« 
T«l. 086 71480 
lnt«rlak«fl 

Egon Grostniklaus, Garag« • T«l. 036 24242 
Inwil LU 

Josef Bachmann, Garag« • T«l. 041 891528 
Kaltbrunn 

G«org StüMi, Garage • T«l. 055 841 70 
Karzart 

Garag« Schwander & Mattmüllcr 

Tel. 031 6951 57 
Kirchbarg 

Alfrad Lani. Garag« • T«l. 034 32144 
Koblanz 

K. Nussar AG., Garag« ■ T«l. 056 53060 
Konolfingan 

E. Knechtenhofer • Tel. 031 684503 
Krauzlingan 

Ed. Lang, Centralgarage • HauptsIraSe 118 

Tel. 072 84222 
Küblie 

Hans Hartmann, Garage • Tel. 081 541 56 
KüBnocht a. R. 

Garage Aebi AG. • Tal. 041 81 1050 

La Chaux-da-M«. 

J.-F. Stich, Sporting-Garaga 

71, Av. J. Brandt Tel. 039 31823 
La C«l«-aux-F«aa (Na) 

Garage Piagef & Brügger • Tel. 038 951 24 
Lamona 

Alberto Weber, Garage • Tal. 091 20937 
Landquart 

Garage Senn • Tel. 081 51405 
Langenthai 

Rud. Gautichi, Central-Garage 

MiHelitraße 1-3 • Tel. 063 23388 
Langnou (BE) 

F. Leuenberger, Garage • Tel. 035 2 1636 
La Sarraz 

Pierre Jaccaud, Garage • Tel. 021 86502 
L'Auberton (VD) 

Henri Bornand, Garage • Tel. 024 62418 
Ldufalfingan 

Emil Sfrub, Garage ■ Tel. 062 651 19 
Laufan 

K. Zbinden, Garage • Tel. 061 896000 
Lautanna 

Garage Jan SA. • Maupas 18, 
Lausanne-Centre ■ Tel. 021 258962 
Garage de Mont6tan • eh. Avelines 4, 
Lausanne Ouest • Tel. 021 256141 
Carosserie et Station-Service 
Lausanne-Prilly • Tel. 021 243314 
Adrien Baudet, Garage de la Radio 
rte. Oron • Tel. 021 324646 
Garage du Bois-de-Vaux SA. 
Ch. Bocksberger • Av. Chablais 51 
Tel. 021 2481 70 

Luc de Ribaupierre. Garage du Simplon 
2 Passage de Montriond Tel. 021 260775 
Garage Touring, A. Marquis 
9, Av. Montchoisi • Tel. 021 269326 
Jacquement Frires, Garage • Av. Recordon 
Tel. 021 244388 

Garage Obrist • 91, Rte. Fauquax 
Tel. 021 23 3960 

Garage Zahnd Stade Vidy • Tel. 021 265947 
Lavorgo 

^''.'■^'Sl! Lucendro, A. Karpf-Cottanao 
Tel. 094 95155 
La Chdbla 

Claude Droi, Garage • Tel. 026 711 67 
La Locia 

Garage John Inglin • 37. Rua Girardat 

Tel. 039 54030 
Langnau 

Hans Kleck, Garage • Tel. 032 78290 
Lat Bioux 

Gaston Rochat, Garage • Tal. 021 85798 
Lat Diablarati 

R. Treina, Garage des Diablerets 

Tel. 025 641 42 
Laytin 

Yves Favre. Garage • Tel. 025 62419 
Liattal 

ASAG Autoservice AG. ■ Tel. 061 843733 
Linthal 

H. Wichser-Frey. Autogarage 

Tel. 058 72260 
Littau 

Thorcnberg-Garage • Thorenbergttr. 25 

Tel. 04153333 
Locarno 

E. Togneffi Piaiia Castello • Tel. 093 71807 
Lugano-Cattarata 

Garage Cassarate SA. Tel. 091 25324 

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Lwgano-Paradito 

?«°ro9; 2?33r'' '^- ^""- ^•"" *'*°~ 

Lvngarn 

G«br. GaM«r. Garag« • Tal. 041 856262 
Lupflg 

Paul Büchli. Garage Tal. 056 481 88 
Lutry 

Fritz Wanzenried. Garoga da Lutrv 
Tal. 021 280047 
Luzarn 

tI?' 041'3'so*'""' °'""''"* ■ Bundaeplalz 6 

Lys« 

E. Hürzaler, Garage • BarnstraSa 39 
Tel. 032 84817 

Maditwil 

Gorage F. Wittwer • Tal. 063 311 19 
Martigny 

Garage Balma SA. • Tal. 026 61294 
Mailan 

E. Hegglin. Garage • Tal. 051 730927 
Mairingan 

P. Rügar, Autoreparatur-Werkstdtta 
Tel. 036 51585 
Maiano-Maroggia 
Aldo Calderari, Garage Nord-Süd 
Sirada principal« • T«l. 091 87018 
Mallingan 

Louis G«issmann, R«uts-Garaaa 
Tal. 056 33438 
Manzikan 

W. Sprang.r. Garag« T«l. 064 61865 
Manzingan 

Hans Hegglin. Neudorf-Garaga • Tal. 
Tel. 042 73255 
Marantchwand 

Karl Leuthard. Garage Rickanboch 
Tel. 057 81658 
Mayrin-Douana 

I. R'ond. Garage ■ Tel. 022 89394 
Monthay 

G. Guillard. Garage Moderne • Tal. 025 42346 
Mootlaarau 

Ernst Lüscher, Garage • Tel. 064 52362 
Morgat 

Erwin Pfislar. Garage de la Gare 

Tel. 021 711715 
Moudon 

T i^viTifr-T' ^•"■"O* Modarne • Rua Granada 
I ei. Ux1 95244 

Moutiar 

Arthur Iff. Garage Pr6vdtois ■ Tal. 032 64677 
Müianan 

E. Bettschen. Niesen-Garage • Tel. 033 98237 
Münchwilan 

Josef Frey. Garage ■ Tel. 073 60387 
Münttar (VS) 

Arnold Nanzer. Garage • Tel. 028 821 88 
Muttanz 

Robert Blum. Auto-Rep.-Service-Station 
Tel. 061 41 51 55 

Natart 

Emil Schweizer. Gorage • Tel. 028 31752 
Nabikon 

Werner Seeholzer. Garage ■ Tal. 062 951 58 
Natttal 

Felix Sauter, Autogarage ■ Tel. 058 51178 
Nauchdtal 

Pierre Senn. Garage Hirondella • Piarra-d- 

Mciel 25 Tel. 038 59412 
Neu an egg 

O. Bühler, Garage Tel. 031 696331 
Niadarmuhlarn 

Gottfr. Sinzig. Garage • Tel. 031 675306 
Niadarurnan 

K. Kubli. Garage • Tel. 058 41574 
Niadaruzwil 

Willi Kielholz, Garage Tel. 073 56235 
Nuttbauman 

E. Hitz A Söhne, Auto-Rep.-Werkstatt • Land- 

Straße 297 Tel. 056 24469 
Nyon 

Louis Jaques, Garage ■ Tel. 022 95972 
Obararth 

O. Wild. Garage Tel. 041 81 6216 
Obarönz-Harzoganbuchtaa 

Walter Habegger. Autorep.-Werkstdlta 
Tel. 063 514a 
Oantingan 

Andreas Ackermann. Garage • Tel. 062 29173 
Ollon 

Garage de l'Argentine SA ■ Tel. 025 33313 
Oltan 

L. Peltier ■ Basler Straße 77-79 • Tel. 062 53855 
Oron-Ja-Viila 

Garage d'Oron. Charly Currat et Roger 

Monney Tel. 021 94330 
OrtiArat 

Garage du Gr. Sl.-Bernard Grolian Lovay 

Tel. 026 68250 ' 

Ottarmundingan 

Hans Beutler. Garage • Tel. 031 655077 
Payarna 

Garage de la Broye SA Rue d'Yverdon 23 

Tel. 037 61555 



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PaaawK 

J.-B. Walter. Garag« C«ntral - Grand' Ru« 
T«l. 038 81274 
P«tlt-Lancy/G«n*va 
Jean Tomaselli, Goraga du Plalaau 
"Tel. 022 245918 
^fflkon (SZ) 

i. Enzler, Schwaizerhof-Garage 
Tel. 051 541 44 
Pfttfflkon (ZH) 
Maurice Nievergelt, Mottengarage 
Tel. 051 975784 
PlafFaian 

Ernest Böschung, Goraga ■ Tal. 037 39243 
Ponte Traea 

R. Maina, Garage ■ Tel. 091 96331 
Porrantruy 
Garage Central Vuillaume et Cuttat 
Tel. 066 62454 
Potchiavo 
Quinto Lanfranchi, Garage Bernina 
Tel. 082 60246 
Rain (LU) 

Otto Schmid. Garage - Tel. 041 896233 
Reconviliar 

Fritz Howald, Garage • 44. rte. de Tavannat 
Tal. 023 92180 
Raigoldtwil 

Automobilgenostenschafr • Tal. 061 849301 
Renen« 

Arnold Humbai. Garoga • Tel. 021 249312 
RiddM 
Albert Hiltbrond. Garage de la Plaine 
Tel. 027 471 79 
Rikon 

Ernst Bär, Garage • Tel. 052 35241 
Rivera 

Flli. Pontarolo. Garage Alto Vedeggio 
Tel. 09198353 
Rolle 
Sirca SA., Garage ■ Rte de Lausanna 
Tel. 021 751507 
Romont 

H. Krucker. Garage da la Gare 
T«l. 037 52542 
Root 

Walter Graf. Autor«paratur-W«rkstatt 

T«l. 041 711455 
Rortchach 

Walter Fehle. Central-Garage • Tel. 071 42222 
Rothritt 

O. Schaffhauser Garage • Tel. 062 73349 
Rütchegg 

Kurt Bartlome. Garage • Tel. 031 692988 
Rüti (ZH) 

Hans Glauser. Seefeld-Garage • Tel. 055 43355 
Saignel4gier 

Joseph Erard. Garage ■ Tel. 039 45141 
Savognin 

R. Peterelli. Garage ■ Tel 081 741 71 
Saxon 

Jules Vouillamoz, Gorage de la Pierre ä Voir 

Tel. 026 62109 
SchafThauten 

City-Garage AG. • Tel. 053 55555 
Schinznach-Bad 

AMAG Automobil- und Motoren-AG. 

Tel. 056 44422 

AMAG. Service Garage • Tel. 056 44422 
Schult 

Centralgarage Oenoth • Tel. 084 911 33 
Schwarzenburg 

Gebr. Corpataux. Garage • Tel. 031 692258 
Schüpfheim 

E. Enzmann. Garage Adler Tal. 041 861544 
Sion 

A. Antille. Garage Olympic • Corbassiires 

Tel. 027 23582 
Sittach 

Hans Wicki, Touring-Garoge ■ Tel. 061 85 1 3 37 
Siebnen 

Herrn. Murer, Garage • Tel. 055 74270 
Sierre 

A. Antille. Garage Olympic • Route de Sion 

Tel. 027 51458 
Solothurn 

Auto-Vertretung AG. ■ Baselstraße 13 

Tel. 065 21783 
Somao 

Alfredo Mattei. Garage • Tel. 093 86238 
Stont 

F. Niederberger. Garage • Tel. 041 841313 
Steckborn Tg. 

Willi Rast, Autorepalotur-Werkstatt • Seestraße 

Tel. 054 82666 
Stein/AG 

W. Jegge, Garage • Tel. 064 72224 
Stein a. Rh. 

J. Leus. Garage - Tel. 054 86254 
St. Gallen 

City-Garage AG. • Lerchenfeld 

Tel. 071 232388 

Georg Brunner, Heiligkreuzgarage 

Langg. 106 Tel. 071 24 2955 

Ernst Schawalder, Riethüsli-Garage 

Teufenstr. 172/174 • Tel. 071 222449 
St. Margrathan 

Jakob Bachmann. Garage ■ Tel. 071 73470 



St. Moritz 

Chr. Mathjs. Garage ■ Tel. 082 33077 
Stdfa 

F. Steiner. Kehlhofgarage • Tel. 051 7494 38 
Surtee 

A. Kugler. Garage • Tel. 045 41691 
Tholwil 

Hans Kuhn, Garage Morgensunn 

Tel. 051 984748 
Thayngen 

Hermann Narr. Garage • Tel. 053 671 39 
Thttrithout 

Ernst Trachsel, Garage • Tel. 031 699201 
Thun 

Autohaus Moser, Stadion-Garaga 

Gwattstr. 24 • Tel. 033 25213 
Tramelan 

J. G. Hennin. Garage de l'Est • Tel. 032 93127 
Triengan 

Gebr. Fries. Garage • Tel. 045 38415 
Trübbach (SC) 

V. Deluca-Kuster. Autogarage 

Tel. 085 821 88 
Untarengttringen 

E. Wiederkehr, Garage • Zürcharstraßa 4 

Tel. 051 987931 
Unter-Stammheim 

Ernst Meister, Bahnhofgarage 

Tel. 054 91594 
U'Aterwatter 

J. Tanner, Garage • Tel. 074 74255 
Unter-Watzikon 

Zentralgarage Welzikon A.G. 

Tel. 051 772920 
Utter 

H. Leemann, Centralgarage • Zürichslraße 8 

Tel. 051 969813 
Uznoch 

Walter Bocco's Erben. Garage 

Tel. 055 81150 
Vaduz 

O. Frommelt, Garage • Tel. 075 221 92 
Vollorbe 

Henri Canziani, Garage • Tel. 021 84224 
Vaulruz 

Marcel Grandjean. Garage de la Joux-des- 

Ponts • T«!. n?<» 77070 
Vouderent 

Garage SA VA. M. »-ajllard • Tel. 021 921 07 
Vevey 

J. L. Herzig, Garage de Bergire ■ av. G6n4ral 

Guisan, 78 Tel. 021 51 6868 
Vitcotoprono 

Bruno Tarn. Garage Albigna • Tel. 082 61181 
Villeneuve 

M. Pinget, Garage de Villeneuve 

Tel. 021 68026 
Villeret 

Garage de l'Erguel. A. Oalla Bona 

Tel. 039 42477 
Vira (Gamborogno) 

C. Martignoni, Garage • Tel. 093 83367 
Vitp (Viige) 

Garage Albert Blatter, Touring-Garage 

Tel. 028 72562 

Wald 

Albert Honegger, Bochlel-Garag« 
Tel. 055 91115 
Wollitellen 

Hans Stäbler, Garage • Opfikon«rstr. 64 
Tel. 051 932681 
Wottenwil 

Hans Zahnd, Autogarage ■ Tel. 033 6t340 
Wattwil 

Garage Feurer AG. • Tel. 074 71290 
Wddentwil 

Gebr. Waldmeier, Garage • Tel. 051 956211 
Wattingan 

Alfons Baschnagel. Garage Tel. 056 67855 
Wiadlitboch 

Max Maegli, Autowerkstätta • Tel. 065 96376 
Wildhaut 

Karl Gertsch, Lisighaus-Garage 
Tel. 074 74516 
Willitau 

J. Albisser G.m.b.H., Garage ■ Tel. 045 61496 
Wil (SC) 

Jos. Wellouer's Erben, Garage • Tel. 073 61272 
Winditch-Brugg 

Emil Baschnagel, VindoniMO-Garaga 
Tel. 056 41990 
Winterthur 

Garage Moderne, Winterthur AG. 
Tel. 052 65031 
Wohlen 

H. Laubacher. Garage - Tel. 057 621 22 
Wolhuien 

F. u. E. Bur, Garage • Tel. 041 871328 
Worb 

Rob. Gurtner & Co., Autorep.-Werkstott 
Tel. 031 672391 

Yverdon 

AMAG, Automobiles et Moteurs S.A. ■ La Bay 
Tel. 024 22415 
Zernez 

Erwin Terretaz, Central-Garage 
Tel. 062 681 36 



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ZoflngMt 

E. Brunnar, Garag« - Tal. 062 81328 
Zollikon 

E. Burkhard, Garag« - Rotfluhitr. 54 

Tal. 051 248769 
Zug 

C. Acklin, Grand'Garag« - PottttraS« 26-28 

Tai. 042 40437 
Zürich 

AMAG Automobil- und Molor«n-AG. ■ Var- 

kaufsstalla Utoquoi 47 Tel. 051 348830 

11 (Schwamendingen) AMAG, AutomobiU und 

Motoren-AG. - Uberlandstraße 166 

Tal. 051 412222 

AMAG Ersatzteillagar - Zantralstr. 142 

Tal. 051 273721 

Adolf Fäh, Garage - WehntalantroBa 585 

Tal. 051 570610 

A. Lustenbarger's Erben, Garage - Albisstr. 135 

Tel. 051 451100 

Stodthalle GroB-Garage - MorgartenstraBe 5 

Tel. 051 237766 

X. Perrot, Capitol-Garage ■ Stampfanbach- 

straBe 12 Tel. 051 347676 



Hans Schirmer, Garoga ■ Florostr. 24 

Tel. 051 243944 

Otto Sommerhaldcr, Garage ■ Kapftlaig 1 

Tel. 051 345543 

E. Ruckttuhl A.G., Garage ■ Brandschanka- 

straBe 20 Tel. 051 256886 

Filiale Ruckstuhl A.G. - HönggerstraBe/Bu 

Straße 15-17 Tel. 051 448182 

E.Violet HeinrichstraBe216- Tel. 051 42170' 

GroBgorage Letzigrund AG. ' Badener 

StraBe 565 Tel. 051 540054 

H. Eugster, Garage - Nordstr. 124 

Tel. 051 280806 

Hans Waibel, Garage im Seefeld 

Seefeldstr. 45 Tel. 051 347235 
Zürich-Oarlikon 

J. Müller, Dörfli-Garage ■ Schw'dingerstr. 46 

Tel. 051 481313 
Zürich-Schliaren 

E. Wiederkehr, Garage ■ Bodener StraBe 35 

Tel. 051 988255 
Zwaiaimman 

Hermann Müller, Forellensee-Garaga 

Tel. 030 91509 



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Importeur: SEIDA Secciön WOLKSWAGEN« • Espronceda, 36 
MADRID - 3 
Tel. 2344985 ■ Cable Seida Volkswagen Madrid 



Alicanta 

Julian F. Ruiz L6pez ■ Alemania 7 
Tel. 1 3580 

Borcalono 

Seida, S.A. - Carretera de Scrrid 126 

Tel. 2308616 
Bilbao 

Seide, S.A. ■ Larsundi 11 ■ Tal. 32281/82 
Bürge* 

Taller Mecdnico Suizo - San Agustln 5 

Tel. 2364 

Cartagana 

Taller Mecdnico Garrido - Calle 13 n° 6 
(entre Lonja y P» Alfonso Xlli) ■ Tel. 3577 
Cördoba 

Juan de Dios Gim6naz, S.A. 
Fuente Picadores 3 

Garona 

Auto Renart ■ Carretera Barcelona 85 
Tel. 3963 
Granada 

Garage Isabel la Catölica 

PI. de los Campos 10 ■ Tel. 24698 

Jaan 

Garage Lopez ' Avdo. de Madrid 15 
Tel. 2027 

Madrid 

Talleres Seida, S.A. ■ Espronceda 36 
Tel. 23341 63, 2345400/905 
M&laga 

Bevan S.A. ■ Farndn Nuflaz 2 Tal. 211 96 

Oviado 

Garage Americano, S.L. 
Marqu6s de Tavergo 16 



Tel. 3059 



Palma da Mallorca 

Garage EspaAol ■ Aragon 57 y 59 • Tal. 1161 
Pamplona 

Talleres Ezcurdia - Navarro Villoslada 13 

Tel. 21410 21997 
Ponfarrada 

Manubl Garnelo Ferndndez 

Avda. Calvo Sotelo 14 ■ Tel. 69 
Puarto Sta. Maria 

Gorage Hispano Americano 

Casa Osborne - Tel. 1892 
San Saboetian 

Izaguirre Automdviles 

Barrio Ibaeta (INFIERNO) 

Tel. 15992/21534 

Taller Autorizado Volkswagen Porsche 

Jos6 Wachschütz PI. Zubieta 2 

Tel. 14403 
Santandar 

Seti6n Herrd y Cta, S.L. • Herndn Cortas 59 

Tel. 24523/27741 
Santiago da Compoetala 

Manuel Liste ■ M. Rios 32 ■ Tel. 1611 
Sagovia 

Garage Sousa - Ezequiel Gonzdiez 10 

Tel. 3286 
Sevilla 

Seida, S.A. ■ Carretera da Cormona 6 

Tel. 51946/55029 
Valancia 

Seida. S.A. • Ciscar 33 • Tel. 2741 03/04 
Vigo 

Seida, S.A. ■ Avda. Gracfa Barbdn 50-56 

Tel. 3406/07 
Zaragoza 

Seida, S.A. ■ Madre Vedruna 31-3J 

Tel. 1 2062 



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Importeur: (^ift^iler Ticoret ve Sanayi T.A.S. • P.O. Box Sisli 68 
Sisli Me/doni ^ift^iicer Apt. 342 
ISTANBUL 
Tel. 485755. 487307 • Cable gift^iler Istanbul 



Ankara 

Memduh Demirkaya Otonam 
Mebus Evieri önü No. 19 
Tel. 132649 - 132660 Cable Demirkaya - 
Ankara 
Istanbul 

Service Station: 

Servis Ticaret Ltd. Sirketi 

Sisli Dr. Sevkct Bey Sokak, Kardesler Apt., 

P.O. Box 284 Sisli 

Tel. 487767 - Cable Sertiied - Istanbul 



Sirketi • Attatürk 



Izmir 

Servis Oto Ticaret Ltd 

Bulwari 

Hasan Col<>'<09'u ve M. Asian Egeli 

Fevzi Paso Bulvari - P.O. Box 86 

Tel. 24069 • Cable Ege - Izmir 

Trabzon 

Ragip Hacisalihoglu 

Meydan Park Karsisi No. 5 ■ Tel. 1455 

Cable Hacisalihoglu - Trabzon 



ZYPERN 



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Importeur: P. M. Tseriotis Ltd. • P. O. Box 61 • 35-37. Phaneromenl Street 
NICOSIA 
Tel. 2227. 73423. 72893 • Cable Tseriotis Nicosla 



Famaguafa 

Mr. Adamos N. Prastitis 
St. John Square - Tel. 3892 
Limaaeol 

Saint Chrislopher Garage ■ Attiki Streat 
Tal. 268S 



Nicotia 

P. M. Tseriotis Limited - Limassol Rood 
Main VW Service Station ■ Tel. 72893 

A. Hilides ■ Spyros Christodoulou Ave. 
Tal. 5648 



KODAK PAMPHLET No. C-l? 




<4k '^^Ä M 



NOTES FOR THE 



PHOTO TRAVELER ABROAD 






NOTES FOR THE PHOTO TRAVELER ABROAD 



CONTENTS 

Page 

What*s Different About Travel Pictures? 3 

Equipment 4 

Film 5 

What to Photograph 6 

Exposure 10 

Processing H 

Kodak Processing Laboratories outside the Continental 

United States (list of addresses) 13 

World-Wide Photographic Headquarters, addresses of 

Photographie organizations 14 

Customs Regulations 18 

If You Go Where it*s Hot and/or Humid 19 




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Hardly a cartoon is published, a story written, or a movie made that 
doesn't portray the American tourist wearing sunglasses, a floppy- 
brimmed hat, and the inevitable camera. We don*t know about the 
glasses and hat, but your camera iscertainlyas logical a part of your 
gear as your passport is. Only through the magic of photography can 
you relive the color and excitement of your travels through foreign 
lands and share themwithyourfriends. Whenthe trip is over, nothing 
remains except some memories (which fade with amazing speed), 
some Souvenirs — and the pictures you took tc help you relive the trip 
any time you wish. ' 

Making pictures of your travels is fun. Basically it*s easy. We 
hope this pamphlet will provide you with some ideas and Information 
to help you get good pictures with a minimum of fuss. 



WHATS DIFFERENT ABOUT TRAVEL PICTURES? 




In many ways, not much. But the differences that do exist are pretty 
important. For one thing, you may never return to the places you 
Visit, so youUl want to take all the pictures you can while you' re 
there. This means youUl have to shoot under all kinds of lighting 
conditions, even onrainy orovercastdays whenyou normally wouldn't 
take pictures. When you're faced with unusual lighting conditions, a 
light meter or an automatic camera is as comforting as a book of 
travelers* checks. 

You* 11 be taking more pictures each day than you do at home, too. 
As a rule of thumb, you* 11 need at least the equivalent of one 20- 
exposure roll a day. (We recommend 36-exposure roUs, where avail- 
able. They give you a lot more film in a lot smaller space.) 

The subjects you photograph will be different. Instead of taking 
pictures of family and friends in familiär surroundings, you' 11 be 
taking more scenics, interiors, close-ups, andstory-tellingsequences. 
But the basics are the same, and if you take pleasing pictures now, 
you should be rewarded with a set of fine, memory-jogging pictures 
from your travels. If the pictures you take now don't satisfy you, and 
you think you might profit by reviewing somefundamentals, ask your 



Kodak dealer to show you someof theseinexpensive but helpful book- 
lets: Clicking With Color, Adventures in Outdoor Color Slides, and 
Adventur es in Indoor Color Slides. There's also a pair of booklets 
aimed ar specific vacation areas — Vacation South ofthe Border with 
Your Color Camera, and Vacation Carribean with Your Color Came ra. 





EQUIPMENT 



Chances are youalready ownsomekindof camera. If you have n*t used 
it lately, shoot a roll of film and have it processed bef ore you leave 
on your trip. This will help you to get reacquainted with your equip- 
ment and check tomake sureit's workingproperly. Check your expo- 
sure meter, flash unit, and othergear before you leave, too. It»s a sad 
experience to learn in Hong Kong or Baden-Baden that youWe lost 
all your pictures because your equipment wasn»t working right. It s 
especially important to have fresh batteries in your flash unit. You* 11 
find flash tremendously helpful forphotographing inte riors andmakmg 
pictures on extremely dull days. Flash isusefulfor filling in shadows 
when you photograph people on sunny days, too. A portable electronic 
flash unit serves the same purpose as a regulär flash unit that uses 
bulbs of course - just be sure it» s in good working order. American- 
type flash bulbs aren»t freely available in someforeign countries, so 
take some along. If your flash unit will accept them, tiny AG-1 flash 
bulbs are wonderful fortravel because they»re sosmall. You can pack 
several dozen, in their boxes, inside a man»s shoe. Blue flash bulbs 
and daylight-type film make a good combination for travel. You can 

use them indoors or out. 

Some people buy a new camera just before a trip - or receive one 
as a gift - and never use it until they» re on their way. That's as silly 
as buying shoes without trying them on. Ilse your new equipment under 
a vari etv of conditions before you leave. Make sur e it works and that 
vou k now how to wo rk it_. Checking your camera, whether it»s new or 
old, is one of the most important things you can do to msure good 

pictures. ^ , -^ 

An automatic camera is a time-saving boon to busy travelers. It 
sets its own lens-opening - provides correct exposure under the 
varied lighting conditions youUl encounter. There are automatic movie 
Cameras as well as automatic still cameras. Your photo dealer will 
be glad to help you choose an appropriate one. Some people like to 
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group. The second camera can also be a spare in case of accident 
or breakdown. 

Consider packing a small notebook and pencil in your gadget bag 
for jotting down what you've photographed, and where. It»s easy to 
forget details, especially on a trip of any length. Date and title your 
pictures as soon as they* re returned f rom processing. 

Here*s one more important hint about equipment: Before you leave 
the United States, register any foreign-made equipment you have on 
the forms available at your localcustoms off iceor at the port of exit. 
Take a copy along with you. 

To sum up, bereis a check list of things you may find helpful. 



Camera 

Film 

Processing Mailers 

Exposure Meter 



Flash Unit and Bulbs 

Fresh Batteries 

Light Tripod 

Accessori^s: Filters, telephoto or wide- 

angle lenses, lens-cleaning tissue, cable 

release, etc 



FILM 




Most people find it convenient to take just one kind of film with them 
on trips. This gives you just one film speed and one set of exposure 
recommendations to keep in mind, and eliminates the problem of 
wondering which kind of film is in the camera. But which film to take 
with you? Itdependson the kind of pictures you want. If you want color 
slides to project onto a screen, choose afilm such as Kodachrome II 
or Kodak Ektachrome Film. These produce color slides when they»re 
processed. If you should want a few color prints later, they can be 
made from the slides. (You might want to carry one or two rolls of 
Kodak High Speed Ektachrome Film for "Insurance" in case you en- 
counter some very dark days, or want to shoot large interiors with- 
out flash. ) 

If you want color prints , it*s more economical to shoot a color 
negative film, such as Kodacolor. You can order any number of color 
prints or enlargements from your Kodacolor negatives. You can even 
have 2 x 2-inch color slides, called Kodacolor Transparencies, made 

from these negatives. 

Take enough filml Although the more populär sizes and types of 
Kodak film are generally available throughout the free world, Import 



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restrictions or unusual demand may cause a shortage of a particular 
kind at a particular spot. Film prices abroad may differ from those 
you pay in the United States. Duty and local taxes vary from place to 
place. Since the price of Kodachrome II Film includes the processing 
Charge in most places, the price of the film reflects these variations. 
You can safely plan to buy film en route in most places, but keep a 
few rolls of your "from home" film in reserve. 





WHAT TO PHOTOGRAPH 



People — places — and thingsl Know something of the people whose 
lands you^re visiting so you* 11 be better prepared to picture their 
dress and customs. Photograph their unusual activities as well as 
their homes, children, markets, and churches. But be a gracious 
guest. We*ll join everyone eise in reminding you that you' re the 
"foreigner" when you travel, and a representative of your country as 
well. Observe local customs and government restrictions. Ask per- 

Unusual methods of travel, such as Venetian gondolas, are a must for your collec- 
tion of pictures 



Folk dances, colorful costumes, and 
gorgeous mountain scenery make won- 
derful movie fare. These Tyrolean 
dancers were photographed at Inns- 
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Don't forget close-ups of colorful markets and products of local handicrafts. This 
produce market is at Fisherman's Wharf at Nassau, the Bahamas; the pottery is at 
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Costumed guides usually let you pose with them if you ask politely. 
Scot Stands guard at Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. 



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Everyone takes pictures of Pisa's leaning tower - but notice how the smoll fore- 
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What tourist ever visited St. Mark's Square in Venice without taking pictures? It's 
better, though, to have some members of your party feeding the pigeons instead of 
staring stiffly at the camera. 



mission to make close-ups of people. Even if you don*t share a com- 
mon language, a smile and some simple sign language will do wonders 
— and almost always bring a favorable response. 

YouUl be shooting lots of scenics and long shots of pleasant views. 
Most of these can be made more interesting by including a brightly 
clad member of your party in the foreground, looking out at the view. 
(Notice how often there are foreground figures in the pictures pub- 
lished by such magazines as Holiday and National Geographie. ) Don*t 
take pictures of beautiful scenery and then overlook close-ups, in- 
teriors, or pictures after dark, which add variety to your coUection. 

Things to photograph include road signs, city names, and other 
natural titles. Make pictures of carriages, bicycles, gondolas, ox 
carts, or other conveyances peculiar to the country. Take close-ups 
of craft work, störe Windows, markets, flowers, jewelry, and Sou- 
venirs. In fact, you can wait to take close-up pictures of your Sou- 
venirs until after you return home; then add the pictures to your 
Photographie story. Some people buy colorful post cards of places or 
scenes they missed; then, when they get home, they copy them (and 
also suitably marked maps of their travels)to round out their cover- 
age of a certain place. 

Local photographers and Kodak dealers in foreign countries are 
familiär with interesting subjects. Members of a group such as the 
Photographic Society of America can get addressesfrom their mem- 
bership directory. These local people can often give helpful advice. 



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Poorly exposed pictures plague some travelers, but there*s no good 
reason for this. Each roll of Kodak Colorfilm contains an Instruction 
Sheet packaged with the film. (It*s that little printed folder most 
people throw away to get at the filml ) That sheet lists the lens and 
shutter settings for a wide ränge of lighting conditions. If you foUow 
its advice, you* 11 get good results. For Information on many different 
films, you may want to carry a compact Kodak Snapshot Dial or the 
Kodak Master Photoguide . Both are available from Kodak dealers. 
An automatic camera will solve most exposure problems for you. 
Just set the dial on the camera to the right film speed and shoot. The 
film's Instruction sheet teils you the film speed to use. 

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It*s always best tohaveyour films processedas soon as possible after 
exposure. For brief trips of two or three weeks, simply carry the 
exposed film with you and have it processed when you return home. 
For longer trips, you may want to send the film to a laboratory for 
processing while you*re still traveling. Processing of Kodacolor and 
Kodak Ektachrome Films is widely available throughout the world. 
Consult a local Kodak dealer or Kodak subsidiary for Information. 
Processing of black-and- white films is available almosteverywhere. 
Where local Service is rapid and your schedule permits, have an 
occasional roll returned for ' your inspection so you can see how 
you*re doing. 

Koaak Laboratories for film processing are found both inside and 
outside the United States. Kodachrome II Film is sold in the United 
States without the cost of processing included in the purchase price. 
In this country, processing is available from Kodak and many other 
laboratories. An easy way to mail this film for processing is to use 
Kodak Prepaid Processing Mailers, which you can buy from Kodak 
dealers. (Kodak Mailers are also available for Kodacolor and Kodak 
Ektachrome Films.) These mailers will be honored by any Kodak 
Processing Laboratory anywhere in the world. They* re light in weight, 
don't take up much space, and allow your processed film to be re- 
turned to any address you specify. 

The purchase price of regulär Kodachrome or Kodachrome II Film 
sold outside the United States usually includes the cost of processing. 
This film will be processed without further Charge by any Kodak 
Laboratory anywhere. 

Whenever you buy Kodachrome II Film abroad, look carefully at 
the film carton, which always states clearly whether or not proc- 
essing is included in the purchase price. Sometimes people think that 
the mailing bag packed with the Kodachrome II Film whose price 
includes processing can beusedto get "free" processing for domestic 
Kodachrome sold without the cost of processing included. But it 
doesn't work that way. The mailing bag represents no processing 
value (except in the case of Kodak Prepaid Processing Mailers). The 
film itself is coded so that the processing laboratory can teil whether 
it was sold with processing included or not. Here*s how the laboratory 
can teil: All Kodachrome II Film has latent-image edge printing 
("Kodak Safety Film") that becomes visible after processing. On 
Kodachrome II Film sold with the processing Charge included, this 
printing shows as light letters against the dark background of the 
Perforation area. Such film will be processed atno further Charge by 

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any Kodak Laboratory in the world. (A non-Kodak laboratory will 
Charge for processing all film, whether or not a processing Charge 
was included in the film price.) Film soldwithout processing has edge 
printmg of dark letters againsta lightbackground. A Charge for proc- 
essing such film will be made. f 

How long does it take to have film processed overseas? Service 
time for Kodachrome II processing by Kodak Laboratories is gen- 
erally good. Kodak Hawaii, Ltd., for example, offers 24-hour service 
for processmg 8, 16, and 35mm Kodachrome II. As a rule, though, 
allow at least a week for film tobe returned to you when you're mail- 
mg the film to a laboratory within the country you»re visiting Allow 
more time when you send the film to a Kodak Laboratory in another 
country. Generally, don»t have your processed film mailed to an ad- 
dress where youexpecttostayforonly a day or two; you may miss it 
Be sure to leave your film with a Kodak dealer. Hotel porters may be 
forgetful. Be sure your return address is clear. 

Kodak Laboratories outside Continental United States which process 
Kodachrome Film arelistedbelow. Other Kodak Laboratories process 
Kodacolor, Ektachrome, and black-and-white movie films. To locate 
these and independent laboratories, inquire at the appropriate ad- 
dresses given under" Worldwide Photographic Headquarters " page 14 
All Kodak Laboratories accept Kodak Prepaid Processing Mailers 




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AUSTRALIA 

Kodak (Australasia) Pty. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 11 

Abbotsford, N.9 

Victoria, Australia 

CANADA 

Canadian Kodak Co., Limited 

Toronto 15, Ontario, Canada 

ENGLAND 
Kodak Ltd. 
Box 14 

Hemel Hempstead 
Herts, England 

FRANCE 

Ateliers Kodak- Pathe 
Avenue Victor-Hugo 
Sevran (Seine-&-Oise) 

GERMANY 

Kodak Aktiengesellschaft 

Farbfilm- Entwicklungsstation 

Stuttgart- Wangen 

Hedelfinger Strasse 54, 60 u. 70 

HAWAII 

Kodak Hawaii, Ltd. 
P.O. Box 1260 
Honolulu 7, Hawaii 

INDIA 

Kodak Limited 

Colour Processing Division 

487, Cadell Road 



ITALY 

Kodaks. P.A. 

Via Vittor Pisani, 16 

Milan, Italy 

MEXICO 

Kodak Mexicana, Ltd. 

Londres 16 

Mexico 6, D.F., Mexico 

NETHERLANDS, THE 

Kodak N.V. 

Treubstraat 11 

Rijswijk Z-H, The Netherlands 

PANAMA 

Laboratories Kodak Ltda. 

Apartado 4591 

Panama City, R. of Panama 

SOUTH AFRICA 

Kodak South Africa (Pty) Ltd. 

Processing Laboratories 

102 Davies Street, Doornfontein 

Johannesburg 

SWEDEN 

Hasselblads Fotografiska AB 
Post Box 13 
Spanga, Sweden 

S WITZERLAND 
Kodak Societe Anonyme 
Lausanne, Switzerland 



Bombay 28, India 

(Send by registered post) 

In addition to these processing stations, there are Photographie 
establishments to help you almost everywhere in the world. The 
following list includes names and addresses of organizations ready 
to receive visitors, help them with their Photographie questions, and 
render related Services. Some of these organizations are strictly 
wholesalers; they don»t seil at retail to any individuals, but can sug- 
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ADEN 

A. Besse & Co. (Aden) Ltd.. Crater 

AFGHANISTAN 

Rustomji A. Dubash. Deh-Afghanan, Kabul 

ALGERIA 

Kodak-Pathä S.A. 

24, Rue de Tanger. Algiers (Head Office) 

48, Rue d'Isly, Algiers 

ANDORRA 

Valentin Claverol, Andorra-la-Vella 

ANGOLA 

Lello & Cia.. Ltda., Luanda 

ARGENTINA 

Kodak Argentina, Ltd.. Aisina 951, 

Buenos Aires R71 

Kodak dealers in all major eitles 

ARUBA. N.A. 

Neme Import Export Company, Inc., Oranjestad 

AUSTRALIA 

Kodak (Australasia) Pty. Ltd, 
Southampton Crescent, Abbotsford No. 9 Victoria 
(Head Sales Office) 

37 Rundle Street. Adelaide, South Australia 
250 Queen Street, Brisbane. Queensland 

Branches also at Townsville, Rockhampton. 

and Caims 
45 Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Tasmania 

Branch also at Launceston 
252 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 

Branches also at Ballarat and Geelong 
662 Hay Street. Perth. Western Australia 
379 George Street. Sydney. New South Wales 

9 Wolfe Street. Newcasüe 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

AUSTRIA 

Kodak Ges. m.b.H.. Jacquingasse 29, Vienna III 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

BAHAMAS. B.W.I. 

Moseleys, Ltd., Boyle Building. Nassau 

Stanley Toogood Limited, Charlotte St., Nassau 

BAHREIN ISLANDS 
Ashraf Brothers, Manama 

BARBADOS, B.W.I. 

J.N. Harriman & Co., Ltd., Lower Bay Street. 
Bridgetown 

Distributor for Barbados and the Leeward and 

Windward Islands of the West Indies 

BELGIUM 

Kodak S.A., 21 Avenue de la ToisonD'Or, Brüssels 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 



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BERMUDA 

Stuart's. Reid Street, Hamilton 

The Camera Store. Queen Street. Hamilton 

The Bermuda Cigar Store, Front Street. Hamilton 

BOLIVIA 

Casa Kavlin, Enrique Kavlin y Cfa.. 

Calle Potosi 259-263, La Paz 

Calle P residente Montez, Oruro 

Calle General Acha, Cochabamba 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

BRAZIL 

Kodak Brasileira, Com^rcio e Industria Ltda. 

Säo Paulo - Av. Grigadeiro Luiz Antonio, 453 

(Head Office) 
Rio de Janeiro - Campo de Säo Cristoväo, 268 

Rua Araujo Porto Alegre, 64A 
Porto Alegre - Av. Joäo Pessoa, 69 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

BRITISH GUIANA 

Bookers Drug Stores, Georgetown, Demerara 

BRITISH HONDURAS 

Janes Brodie & Co., Ltd., Albert Street, Belize 

BRITISH NORTH BORNEO 
The Borneo Company Limited 
Jesselton, British North Bomeo 
Branches in all major towns 

BRUNEI 

The Bomeo Company Limited, Brunei Town, Brunei 
Branches in all major towns 

BURMA 

T.N. Ahuja & Company, 86 Phayre Street, Rangoon 

CAMBODIA 

Comptoir General du Cambodge 

B.P. 259 

Phnom -Penh 

CANADA 

Canadian Kodak Company Limited, 

Toronto 15, Ontario 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

CANARY ISLANDS 

Vda. de Jose Penate Medina, 

Leon Castillo 15. Las Palmas 

Almacenes San Francisco, Santa CruzdeTenerife 

CEYLON 

Millers Ltd., 746 Galle Road. Colombo 

CHILE 

Kodak Chilena, Ltd., Alonso Ovalle 1180-88, 
Santiago 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

COLOMBIA 

Kodak Colomb'ana, Ltd., Carrera 13, No 18-66 

Bogota 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 






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COSTA RICA 

Foto Sport, C. Sancho Ardon, Avenida Central, 
San Josä 
Importadora Fotogräfica S.A., San Jos^ 

CURACAO, N.W.I. 

El Louvre, S.A., Willemstad 

CYPRUS 

A.Y. Tilbian & Sons (Fotokine) Ltd., 
29, Onasagoras Street, Nicosia 

DENMARK 

Kodak Aktieselskab, Vodroffsvej 26, Copenhagen 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

R. Esteva & Ci'a., C. por A. Calle ElConde No. 59 
Ciudad Trujillo * »'■ 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

ECUADOR 

Cia General de Comercio y Mandato 

9 de Octubre 739, Guayaquil 

Casilla 547, Quito 

EGYPT 

Kodak (Egypt) S.A., Sharia Adly 20, Cairo 

EL SALVADOR 

Distribuidora Fotogräfica, S.A., 

Edificio Rüben Dario, 2a Calle Poniente, 

San Salvador 
V. Crisonino & Cfa., Calle Delgado No. 21, 

San Salvador 
Sanchez & Co., Calle Delgado No. 18, San Salvador 

ENGLAND 

(See Great B ritain) 

ERITREA 

A. Besse & Co., (Ethiopia) Ltd., Asmara 

ETHIOPIA 

A. Besse & Co., (Ethiopia) Ltd., Addis Ababa 

FINLAND 

Oy Valovarjo, A.b., Iso Roobertinkatu 8.A.1, 

8 Stora Robertsgatan, Helsinki 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

FRANCE 
Kodak-Path^. S.A. 

37-39, Avenue Montaigne, Paris (8) (Head Office) 

41, Boulevard Raspail, Paris 

26, Rue de la R^publique, Lyons 

13, Avenue de la Victoire, Nice 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

FRENCH SOMALILAND 

A. Besse & Cie. (Mer Rouge) S.A.R.L., Djibouti 

FRENCH WEST AFRICA 
(See S^n^gal) 



GAMBIA 

United Africa Co. of Gambia, Ltd., Bathurst 

GERMANY 

Kodak A.G., Hedelfinger Strasse 54, 60 & 70, 

Stuttgart-Wangen 
Kodak dealers in all major cities of 

Western Germany 

GHANA 

The United Africa Company of Ghana Ltd., Accta 

GREAT BRITAIN 
England 
Kodak Limited, Kodak House, Kingsway. 
London W.C. 2 (Head Office) 
184 Regent Street, London W. 1 

Northern Ireland 
Kodak Limited, 83 Ravenhill Road, Belfast 

Scoüand 

Kodak Limited, 22/30 Albion Street, Glasgow C.I. 
Kodak dealers in all major cities of Great Britain 

GREECE 

Kodak (Near East) Inc., 15 Valaoritou Sr.. Athens 

GUADELOUPE 

George Legros. Optique de Paris, 
14 Rue du Docteur Cabre. Basse Terre 

GUAM 

The Town House, Jones & Guerrero Co.. Agana 
Guam Service Center, Agana 

GUATEMALA 

Biener, Tabush & Cfa. Ltda., 6a Avenida No. 10-71, 
Guatemala 
Almac^n Legrand. 6a Avenida 9-37, Guatemala 

HAITI 

Don Mohr Sales Corporation, S.A. 26-28 RueRoux, 
Port-au-Prince 

HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF THE JORDAN 
Mr. Roupin Ketchijian, The King's Store, 
King Feisal Street, Amman 

HAWAII 

Kodak Hawaii, Ltd., 1065 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu 

HOLLAND 

(See Netherlands) 

HONDURAS 

Rivera y Compaiira, Calle La Merced, Tegucigalpa 
V. Flores & Cia., Callejön J.C, del Valle, 
San Pedro Sula 

HONG KONG 

Kodak (Hong Kong) Limited. Shell House, HongKong 



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ICELAND 

Hans Petersen Ltd., 4 Bankastraeti, Reykjavik 

INDIA 

Kodak Limited 

Kodak House. Dr. Dadabhai Naoroji Road, 

Bombay No. 1 (Head Office) 

17 Park Street, Calcutta 

33/34 Netaji Subhash Marg, Daryagunj. Delhi-6 

2/155 Mount Road, Madras 
Kodak dealers in all major eitles 

INDONESIA, REPUBLIC OF 
P.T.P.D. USTA 

Djl, Tandjung 12 

Djakarta, Indonesia 

IRAN 

Hasso Company, Inc.. Maidan Saadi, Teheran 

IRAQ 

Messrs. N.A. Hasso & Co. W.L.L., Rashid Street, 
Baghdad 

IRISH REPUBLIC 
Kodak Limited 

Kodak House, Rathmines, Dublin (Head Office) 
Kodak dealers in all major eitles 

ISRAEL 

Delta Trading Co., Ltd., Citrus House, Tel-Aviv 

ITALY 

Kodak S.p.A. 
Via Vittor Pisani 16, Milan (Head Office) 
Via Michelangelo Schipa 99-111, Naples 
Via Nazionale 26-27, Rome 

Kodak dealers in all major eitles 

JAMAICA, B.W.I. 

Stanley Motta Ltd.. 109 Harbour Street, Kingston 

JAPAN 

Nagase & Co.. Ltd., Nishi Ginza Bldg., 
No. 5 Ginza Nishi 4 Chome, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo 

KATANGA 

United Agencies, S.C.A.R.L., Elizabethville 

KENYA, EAST AFRICA 
Kodak (Fast Africa) Ltd., Zebra House, 
Government Road, Nairobi (Head Office) 

Mombasa 

Eldoret 

Nakuru 

Kitale 

KOREA 

Han Chang Industrial Co., Ltd., 

No. 17 3-St Namdaimoon-Ro. Seoul 
Se Kwang Trading Co.. Ltd., 

No. 102 3-Ka Namdaemun-Ro. Seoul 



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KUWAIT 

Ashraf Brothers, Share-Jadid, AI-Kuwait 

LEBANON 

Kodak (Near Fast) Inc., 
Place de l'Etoile, Beydoun Bldg.. Beirut 

LIBERIA 

Liberia Trading Corp., Water St., Monrovia 

LIBYA 

Mr. Jack Di M. Abravanel, Photo Aula, 
Giaddat Istiklal 52-54, Tripoli 

MALAYA 

Kodak (Malaya) Ltd., 54 Pudu Road. Kuala Lumpur 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

MALTA 

P. Cutajar & Co., Ltd.. 12 St. Paul Street. Valletta 

MARTINIQUE, F.W.I. 

Pierre Milon, 16 Rue Schoelcher. Fort-de-France 

MEXICO 

Kodak Mexicana. Ltd.. Londres 16 Mexico D.F. 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

MOROCCO 
Kodak-Pathä S.A., 
66-68 Avenue Moulay Hassan 1er, Casablanea 

MOZAMBIQUE 

A.W. Bayly & Cia.. Ltda.. 

101 Avenida da Republica. Lourenco Marques 
M. Salema & Carvalho, Lda.. Belra 

NETHERLANDS, THE 
Kodak N.V. 

Anna Paulownastraat 76, The Hague (Head Office) 

Prinsengracht 843, Amsterdam 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

NEW CALEDONIA 

Ventrillon & Cie.. 26 Rue de TAlma, Noumea 

NEW ZEALAND 

Kodak New Zealand. Ltd.. 18 Victoria Street, 

Wellington 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

NICARAGUA 

Roberto Teran G., Ediflcio Teran. Managua, D.N. 

NIGERIA 

United Africa Co. of Nigeria, Ltd., Niger House, 
Lagos 

NORWAY 

J.L. Nerlien A/S, Nedre Slottsgate 13, Oslo 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 





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OKINAWA 

The American Photo Service, Ltd., Naha 

Keystone Photo Service, Koza 

PAKISTAN (EAST) 

Kodak Limited, 328 Station Road, Chittagong 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

PAKISTAN (WEST) 
Kodak Limited 

Karachi Co. Bldg,, Wallace St., Karachi 2 

The Mall. Labore 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

PANAMA 

Kodak Panama, Ltd. 

98 Avenida Central, Panama (Head Office) 

Calle de Frente y Quinta, Colon 
Kodak Export Limited, Free Zone, Colon , , 

PARAGUAY 

Manuel Barrios, Calle Estados Unidos 129, Asunciön 

PERU 

Kodak Peruana, Ltd., PasajeNueva Rosita 160, Lima 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

PHILIPPINES 

Kodak Philippines. Ltd. 

104 13th Street. Port Area. Manila (Head Office) 

Eseolta. corner David. Manila 

PORTUGAL 

Kodak Portuguesa. Ltd. 

Rua Garrett 33, Lisbon (Head Office) 

Rua Sä da Bandeira 740, Oporto 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

PUERTO RICO 

Kodak Puerto Rico, Ltd., Ponce de Leon 305, 
San Juan 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

QATAR 

Ali Bin Ali, Doha 

REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO 
Sedec, S.C.A.R.L., Leopoldville 

REPUBLIC OF RUANDA-URUNDI 
Hatton & Cookson S.C.A.R.L., Usumbura 

SARAWAK 

The Bomeo Company Limited, Kuching, Sarawak 
Branches in all major towns 

SAUDI ARABIA 
Ashraf Brothers, AI Khobar 
Studio Samir, King Abdulaziz St., 
AI-Ashraaf Bldg.. Djeddah 

SCOTLAND 

(See Great Britain) 



SENEGAL 

Kodak-Path^ S.A., 35 bis, Rue Thiong, Dakar 

SIERRA LEONE 

Kingsway Stores Limited, Freetown 

SING APORE 

Kodak (Malaya) Ltd., 305 Alexandra Road, 
Singapore 3 

SOMALILAND 

A. Besse & Co. (Aden) Ltd., Mogadiscio 

SOUTH AFRICA 

Kodak (South Africa) (Pty.) Ltd, 

45 Shortmarket St., Cape Town (Head Office) 
77Gale St., Durban 
139 Smit Street, Braamfontein. Johannesburg 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA 

Kodak (Central Africa) Ltd., Jameson Avenue, 
Salisbury 

SOUTH VIETNAM 

Vietnam Photographie Supply Co. 

57 Rue Tu Do, 

Saigon 

SPAIN 

Kodak S.A., Irun 15, Madrid 

Kodak dealers in all major cities 

ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON ISLANDS 
Leon Briand-Sasco, Rue du General Leclere, 
lies St. Pierre & Miquelon 

SURINAM 

A. Van der Voet, N.V., Handelmaatschappij, 
36 Waterkant, Paramaibo 

SWEDEN 

Hasselblads Fotografiska A/B 

Ostra Hamngatan 41-43. Göteborg (Head Office) 

Nybrokajein 5. Stockholm 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

SWITZERLAND 
Kodak S.A. 

13, Av. Jean-Jacques Mercier, Lausanne 

Hardstrasse 1, Zürich (Head Office) 
Kodak dealers in all major cities 

SYRIA 

Kodak (Near East)Inc., Kotob Bldg., Fardoss Street, 
Damascus, Syria 

TAHITI 

Mme. Sin You Tching Foo, Papeete 

Photographe Sounam, Rue Marechal Foch, Papeete 



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Kodak (East Africa) Ltd., 

Arusha 

Dar-es-Salaam 

THAILAND 

Borneo Company. Ltd., Bangkok 

TRINIDAD 

J.N. Harriman & Co.. Ltd., 61 Marine Square. 

Port-of-Spain 
Pereira & Co., Ltd., 24 Frederick Street, 

Port-of-Spain 

TURKEY 

Burla Biraderler Ve Ssi. Hezaren Cad. 
61-63, Galata, Istanbul 



CUSTOMS REGULATIONS 



UGANDA. EAST AFRICA 

Kodak (East Africa), Ltd.. Kampala 

U.S.A. 

Eastman Kodak Company, 343 State Street. 

Rochester 4, N.Y. 
Kodak dealers in all major eitles 

URUGUAY 

Kodak Uruguaya, Ltd., Colonia 1222, Montevideo 

VENEZUELA 

C. Hellmund W. & Ci'a., Sucs. CA.. 

Avenida Principal de Bello Monte, Caracas 
Kodak dealers in all major eitles 



As a tourist your carrying films, cameras, and flash bulbs into a country for 
your personal use should cause no complications whatever. If you have such a 
large supply of film and equipment that it appears to be an unreasonable amount 
for personal use. you may be asked to seal part of it up while in transit through 
a country. In any case. cooperate completely with customs officials. 

There are some things you should know about sending or carrying film, 
especially movie film, to the United States. If you plan to send Kodachrome II 
Movie Film to a domestic Kodak Processing Laboratory from outside the United 
States, write in advance to ask the Laboratory for suggestions with regard to 
customs clearance. If you have purchased Kodak film for your personal use (not 
for any commercial purpose whatsoever), you may avoid paying duty when for- 
warding this film to the United States by plainly marking on the outside of the 
package: 

Exposed film for processing. Not for 
any commercial purposes whatsoever. 

Shipping your film by air will minimize the risk of deterioration resulting 
from delay between exposure and processing. A customs broker may add his fee 
when either air freight or air express is used. This does not apply to shipments 
by air mail or air parcel post. 

There may be a 33-cent handling Charge by the United States Post Office on 
packages of film received from abroad, even though no customs duties are to be 
charged. Something eise to remember: International postal regulations require 
packages to be at least 2 3/4 by 4 inches in size. In general, for processing in 
the United States, all Kodak color film manufactured outside the United States 
and all air-freight or air-express shipments intended for Kodak processing 
should be sent to the Kodak Processing Laboratory in Rochester, New York to 
lacilitate customs clearance. ' 

When you return home, 35mm roUs and other film sizes used for still pic- 
tures will not ordinarily be delayed by customs if film is of U.S. manufacture 
When you purchase Kodak film abroad at a price which includes processing and 
then mail it to the U.S. for processing, it may be subject to the payment of duty - 
although Single rolls are often passed duty-free. Also, if you return films manu- 
factured in the United States in foreign-film Containers, duty may be charged 
For more Information about U.S. Customs, contact the Customs Office nearest 
you, or write the Bureau of Customs, Washington 25, D.C. 

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No-one making a Short visit to a tropical region has to take any complicated 
precautions. Heat and humidity are enemies of film, so do your best to keep your 
film and camera as cool and dry as possible. In an automobile, for example, the 
best place to carry themisonthe floor behind the front seat, on the side opposite 
the exhaust pipe. The worst places are in the glove compartment and on the shelf 
behind the rear seat. 

When you finish a roll, put it back in its metal can, if it was supplied with 
one, and replace the cover tightly. When it's impossible to protect the film from 
prolonged high heat and humidity, have it processed as soon as you can. 

If you plan to be staying for some time in the tropics, write for more Infor- 
mation from the Sales Service Division, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, 
New York. 



APARTING WORD 



Travel is fun. Photography is fun. Together, they form an unbeatable team for an 
enjoyable vacation. You can bring homepricelesspicturememories. Have a good 
time — and good shootingl 



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Volkswagen Prance, S. A. 

19* Avenue Franklin D, Roosevelt 

Paria Vllie, Prance 

Oentlemen! 

1 am planning to come to Paily in September for a 3tay of several 
months. I T/ould like to purchase at that tinie a Volkav.-^erSdS 
^r/?h«i^J^ ^ stationwagon. In any case, I would like tS gera 
car that i3 not entirely new b«t one whlch has been used by a 
toxoriat dtiring this coraing aummer and which will have been tumed 
back to you at an agreed-upon resale price. 

and uaed only for one aununer, both for the Volkswagen Sedan vrtLth 
American equipment and the atationimgon. (I would be intereSed 
xn the new raodel with the more powerful motor.) 

Secondly, could you teil me whether I would have to pay for the 
v^fi, ^J^ance, or whether financing can be arranged through the 
Volkswagen branch in the United Statea? 

do^nS^ho^?J»f°'T^'^ *° hearing from you. If It ia more convenient, 
do not heaitate to anawer in either Prench or Oerraan. 

Sincer^ly youra. 



Peter Amann 
Associate Profeaaor 
of Hiatory 

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To bej-in, let me etate bcth my point of view and tha degree to 
which my observations are solidly founded. I know Profeesor Allen ex- 
ceptionally welli wa baoame acquaintad whan during a fill-in instructor 
ship at Bowdoin College in 1957-58 we taught a large lecture introduotory 
oouree together. We havo sinoe remained friends, oorrespondinc- mora or 
lees regularly and seeing eaoh other, Conventions asida, usually during 
tha eummer. While on ona band, this ftiendehip ooes allow me to soeak: 
witn real kinowledge, it may also impair my objeotivity. The latler, now- 
evar.is redressed» by my serious reservat ions about a first täte teacher 
like Allen going into administrat ion. As my wife observes, «aomething 
happens to them." Thus betwean my friendship and my reservat ions, this 
should add up as a more or less balanoed appraisal. 

_ Leavin? aside the above reservat ion and loo'.cing at Allen from your 
point of View, I would recommend him enthusiaet ioally as a very exceptional 
candidate. There are, I believe, two dominant oharaoter traits which would 
be of great value in a College administrat or. e^B The first is t hat 
Allen t» h38 a tremendous inner drive, which is neither a matter of com- 
petition against other s m »«ijTBXX.KhiiiMnor a matter of rest leesness, 
but rat her the need to find and master ohallenses or all sorts. Beine 
neither '^ doctor nor a psychologist, I am in no Position to say whether 
.bis IS glandulär or some of the old Calvinistic spirit , but in any case 
It s tnere. Tne second dominant onaracter ist io is the nuality of nis 
mind. He is bright but not brilliant; his colleee and university records 
are adeouate without being d ist inguished , I believe. What is stri^in/is 
tne braadth of his intarest and r««yW,it, of his reca.tivity o Lonle 
Problems, and ideafe. I cannot thinlc of anyone I know among friends and ' 
collaaguas „ho so very oaviously 8««i««»i has continued to grow At the 
eame time tnia recep*tivity d oe s not m«« at all mean that AUen is wishv- 
washy: it does mean that he is willing to consider issuas on he basis S 

a i oTh bit f°' ''^ ""^ ^^T^''° ''''''' °' -^"- -^"- tnan on th 
deep-frLge °" °"' ' undergraduate Weltanschauung Icapt in a 

These two charaoterist ics-drive and reoapt ivity-I consider to be 
he primary oualltias. Alongside witn this are'what for lac:. o I etter 
term, are certain derivative aualities which ara partly personal oart v 

J^o^j^ui a^id^-o^iV-f e:s;r^^^;b:ru:i::To^: zz^-^i^^i:^- 

car aJ'c d- ! . l!j ""''' *f »^^^^^^ü-^e a good convarsation tnough ha 
IZ./^ A ' ■ 3^all-tallc if tha Situation reouires it. He ' -- 

good at drawmg out oeople; doesn't lose hie temoer in LI l % • 

of View diamet*rically opoosed from ni; 7enerlnl\ l ^^°' °^ T^"^' 

tion without bain. reserved. generally has a very even disposi- 

hae alwayThad w'na"t\'^' ^^i^:: i:ax:;L::ia T^^ ^^ ^ '^" '''''''^' '''^^ 

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5"°-fe:raS:i£:tir r /-Tr^ 

.ut as a^chaiie„g.:/L^°::.L°: dive^ e" o: ;^rc:ro:;:t7ir'^ -- ' -'-■' ^^' 

prise reconciling a variety of conflictlng interests ri ^ °."-'"°'"' '"''"' 
and cbvious and long- stand ine intare.t l'^-^'']^''^^^^- «iven ms Personality 

would ma^a an out st:nding coli gaa^-V^ "'" "' '°"'" °^' *'^' '"' 
H-t his 103S to the coUege'Jeth^n::;:;:— --^^ ^ -"Id stiU re- 



Kay 19, 196 A 

Mäf 7» Place Jueslau 
Parle (5®) 



Daar PAROLE and dick, 



A not« in astoniihad rasponaa to Plck'f long and intereeting lattar which 
wa read with ralith, i.e. it containad tha ueual ahare of condiaante concerning 
the Institution about which wa should aale what wa can do for IT ainca wa know 
damn wall it can't do anything for US! 

Tha purpoaa of thia lattar, howavar, ia to induca you, CAROLE, to antica 
your huaband ao that both of you join ua in Carinthia amidata lakaa, mountaina, 
aunny Auattian weathar and Ladarhoaan. I gather from Dick'a lettar that he 
doaan't n9%6 much beguiling and ia only too eager to get rid of all thia 
naaty caah that'a meaaing up your bank account and/or your atocking but that 
you, Carola, ara t Urning up your noae at thia idea of aoiling your pretty 
littla foot on the aod of the old continent. Wall, I aay unto you turn down 
your noaa and join the Amanna in thair private, low-coat hideaway. 

Serioualy wa think (wa haven't gotten confirmat ion yet) we have reaervation 
at a Penaion Gaathof (inn) on a beautiful (acc. to the picture proapect) littla 
known (the telaphone Operator in Klagenfurt, the provincial capital, JO milea 
away had never heard of itl) lake hidden away in the mountaina near Feldkirchen 
called the Qoggauaaa. While the penaion itaelf ia filled up for July, nearby 
rooma— preaumably with hot and cold running water— are avaiable near-by and 
the place hae a beach on the lake. Complete room and board per peraon ia 62 
ahillinga which at V a ahilling makea juat about $ 250 per day. You would 
be welcome to borrow cur Volkawagan eince the more mileage the leae cuatoma 
— hence by borrowing you»d at the aame time eaming our gratitude. Anyway 
the addreaa of our penaion, for what it « a worth, ia Gaathaue Strandbad LEITflffi» 
Steuerberg am Goggauaea bei Peldkirchen, KXrnten (Carinthia) Auatria. Dick 
would have to write An Oerman, preferably including an international reaponae 
atamp. We are planning to be there from June 25 to July 26— unleaa aomethine 
very unexpected comea up. 

While, aa you know I would be the LAST peraon on earth (juat coined that 
priceleaa phraae!) to talk anybody into anything, we would all be auper- 
DELIGHTED to aee you and, who knowa?, you might even enjoy it— PARTICULARLY 
aince there ian't a golf courae for milea and milea and milea. ... 

What do you aay? 



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S Bradltjr Park Drive 
Hln^haa, Mass« 



Born Phlladalphla, Pa», 1930 

Pann Charter Sohool, 1936-14.8 
ÄÄharat Collage, 1943-52, 6.k. 
Harvard Univeralt/, 1952-56, Ph.D., 1959 
Unlveralty of London, 1961-62, Inatitute for 
Hiatorioal Reaearoh 



Experlenoe 

Sumier Camp Councllor, l%.6-48 

Ü.S. Marine Corpa Rea», 19I4.8-50 

Induatrial Relationa, Stetaon Hat Co., 19>0 

Laborer, Ford Motor Co., 1953-55 

Inatruotor, Bowdoln College, 1956-57 

Inatruotor and Aaat. Profeaaor, Boa ton Univeralty, 

1957-6I4., (Admisalona fionors and Student Aid 

CcMfiaiitteea) 
Sonetine Leoturer, Harvard Extenalon Program 

Special Pield 

Modern European Hiatopy, Koonomica, Iduoation, 
author of artlolea in proJfeaaional Journale, 
in proceaa of oompleting book« 

Asaooiationa 

Vialting OoBßttlttee, Hiatory and ??oonomioa Departmenta, 

Amherat College 
äoard of Truateea, Stetaon üniveraity (Audit and 

Development Coiomitteea) 
Oitiaena' Ccawmittee, Hinghaa Schoola (Ouidanoe and 

Soience eubcommitteea) 



Family 



Wife, Mt. Holyoke College, O.A., I953f five /eara 

experience aa elenentary aohool teaoher 
Daughter, three yeara old 
Son, aix montha 



May 21, 196^ 

7, Place Juosiau 

Paria (5*) 



Doar Alice, 



Your let